With smartphones being the buzz word all around the world, cameras and thus photgraphy as an art has an access to all. Smart phones are equipped with high quality cameras and recent tecnologies that make clicking a great exprience. Here, let me show you some amazing photographs, taken by unprofessional people, by shear luck. It 's amazing how, some take years to master the art and some just get lucky enough to capture the world's most difficult clicks.
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Taken by Rajat Bhargava. It was a nice breezy Sunday afternoon and he was playing cricket with friends. Suddenly ball fell into water and then it started to behave like, as he says, "a monster". It was showering and spraying water all over the place. He asked his brother to spin the ball, and with lots of unsuccessful trials, he finally got this perfect shot.
Erik Fanki, took this ravishing click, during a tattoo expo in Falun, Sweden in 2010. It looks like a professional photograph, which was planned and perfectly executed. But Erik says, "I shot it without a moments notice. I wish I could say I planned for it, but I didn't. " Unbelievable, isn't it?
This ideal reflection is captured by Rakesh Ranjan, in absolutely still water with a point-and-shoot camera.The picture looks like a painting. Unparalleled perfection.
Jeff Weston, took this accomplished image while flying. This image is taken in September, and is perfectly timed to see the Hudson river, and the city in background. Jeff says that he loves capturing and is a trouble when flying."Whenever I'm flying home into LaGuardia Airport, I request a window seat and willfully disobey the flight crew by keeping my point-and-shoot turned on. ", says Jeff. This is an epic photograph.
Odin Hole Standal, took this click. Looks like the earth is being used as the object to click the picture. This bubble is reflecting earth's image. He loves clicking and this picture is his best, but it isn't timed or planned. Sounds impossible?
Megan Preece took this photo in a small lake in South Korea. She just took these dogs for a walk, who lived in an animal shelter. Her aim was to give them a little fun and joy. I wonder, what conversation are they making eye to eye. For whatever reason, it melts my heart.
Jeffrey Walker, took this impeccable picture at a natural preserve. There was a board saying Michigan's Tunnel of Trees. The light brimming the place captured his attention and he knew that this was worth a click. The picture appears so inviting and the mystery is pretty evident.
Matt Roe took this picture in the Rhyolite, NV ghost town near Death Valley. The perfect night sky, the red light and the dark human figures, comprise to make this breath taking image.
Reno Luo, took this spectacular click in Oldervik, a remote Village in the Arctic circle. Northern Lights have always been, a photographer's favorite subject. Reno says,"It was 1 AM in the morning with snow up to my knees and a temperature of -13 degrees, but totally worth it! "
Lucy Varish says that her brother captured this beautiful image when a black Lab puppy was introduced to another family dog. It is evident from the picture, how dogs are wonderful creatures full of love. How little humanity is left in us?