Sunday, July 15, 2007

Day 195 | July 15 2007 | Laundry shop

A road side laundry shop, nothing flashy, not even electricity. Just a kerosene lamp during the evening, and a good old coal iron for pressing the clothes. Its cheap too.. 2Rs for a shirt, and 3 for a pair of pants. The best part is the faint smell of burning coal, and the crisp cotton clothes.

25 comments:

amruta said...

goos one i luv'd the light effect man...

Anonymous said...

Hello, what a fantastic project! 365 days! I'm currently toying with a similar photography project, but it will definitely be shorter than yours. ;) May I ask what camera you use? I'm also planning to buy a new digital SLR. Thank you so much!

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Jay said...

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Many thanks

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Finny Forever said...

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Anonymous said...

really good

lazyleo said...

Fantastic :) i love the colours!

Best of luck with your blog.

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Anonymous said...

wow!!!!!!!!
good focus this man . this man different in the all people's.
and this photo project 365 day's very nice . thank's to doing this work.
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Amperes said...

this shot is amazing, what sort of camera settings did you use? it's such a crisp shot considering the low light levels... it's cool to see other people undertaking something as involved as project 365...check out ShutterCal.com for for a site designed specifically with this type of project in mind

Anonymous said...

I am really excited by your way of taking the photographs; also the camera used is really TOO GOOD.
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Anonymous said...

one showing the quality of pictue one showing the effects but that photo have different and truth of 365 days . It is an real amarature.
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Anonymous said...

one showing the quality of pictue one showing the effects but that photo have different and truth of 365 days . It is an real amarature.
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shiv
Digital

Infosys

Anonymous said...

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vivek said...

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Rockie_leonhart said...

Good nice composition. the lighting brings out the effect of the shot, good innovation. keep it up.

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meenakshi said...

u have a peculiar vision of looking at things happening in daily life and what people generally ignore or take them for granted!! this makes u a wonderful photographer.
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