Evening at Lodi Garden

Yesterday evening, Salil and I went to Lodi Garden for photography. While Salil wanted to try out his new Sigma 17-50 f2.8 OS HSM lens before his upcoming trip, I just needed an excuse to shoot some photographs.

Thankfully fog in Delhi wasn’t too bad and we managed to shoot some decent photographs of monuments, people and even animals.

Here are some of the photographs I shot yesterday, description as well as gear used and camera settings are written below images:


Kids playing in front of Sheesh Gumbad, Canon 60, Tokina 11-16 f2.8 II 1/60, f11, ISO100

Mohammed Shah's Tomb

Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. Canon 60D, Tokina 11-16 f2.8 II @ 1/30, f3.5 and ISO1600

Sikandar Lodi’s Tomb

Sikandar Lodi’s Tomb, Canon 60D, Tokina 11-16 f2.8II 1/40, f8, ISO125


Playing cricket, Canon 60D, 55-250IS @214mm 1/400, f5.6, ISO1600


Kid riding scooter, Canon 60D, 55-250IS @ 96mm, f5, 1/125, ISO400


Chipmunk, Canon 60D, 55-250IS, 250mm, 1/320, f5.6, ISO500


Mohammed Shah’s Tomb, Canon 60D, Tokina 11-16 f2.8 II @ 13mm, 1/30, f3.5, ISO 1600

Vast majority of the above photographs have been shot in Aperture Priority mode with ISO set to auto and Auto ISO limited to 1600. Rest of the images have been shot in full manual mode.


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