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Just a few years ago, travellers would have had to pack an extra suitcase just for their photography equipment. But once the camera phone came into being, all that changed. The number of people taking photographs has increased exponentially and the quality of photos you can take with the right camera phone is now unbelievable.
Enter the Asus Zenfone 3, it brings together craftsmanship, ingenuity and is a photographer’s delight. With a remarkable 77.3% screen-to-body ratio that produces 600 nits of brightness and captures shots on a super resolution of 64 MP, most photographers in the country can’t wait to get their hands on it. The four-axis optical image stabilizer (OIS) senses along with the three-axis electronic image stabilizer (EIS) allows videos and images to be shake-free.
Recently photographer Dikshit Mundra took the ZenFone 3 out on a road trip to Himachal and the 16 MP rear and 8 MP front camera produced some astounding travel images giving him DSLR like capability. The ZenFone 3 is packed with more as the 64-Bit Octa-Core CPU @ 2.0 Ghz: S625 which enables the ZenFone 3 to give professional and amateur photographers the best user experience from the word go!
With the Zenphone 3, you can shoot with several modes which include a Low Light Mode, Panorama, Slow Motion, Long Exposure, HDR Pro mode and Manual Mode. This allows you to play around with your images as you determine the best mode for the perfect picture.
If you’re interested in what the ZenFone 3 can do, just check out these images from Dikshit’s trip. Get inspired to shoot your own on your next trip too!
Things are nearer than they appear.
Changing my point of view
Ahh.. this is what refreshing means.
Creating my own path.
A new meaning to true blue.
Many roads one destination
More of Dakshit’s work below.
Photos credited to Dikshit Mundra. Post supported by Asus Zenfone 3
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In the last few days I was having a conversation with my younger sister about relationships, and she said something which hit me hard.
I have seen a lot of people feel uncomfortable sharing their age, but I have no such hesitations. I am 32 years old and my younger cousins tell me that I belong to the ‘old generation’. If you are born in the year 1990, you are still considered among them, but if a year less – 1989, you are from the old school.
Being an elder sister, my cousins come to me seeking advice about studies, career and relationships, but when I try to help in the way I understand, the only reply I get is, “Didi, leave it, you’ll not understand it. Aapki generation aur hamari generation mein bahut fark hai. (There’s a lot of difference between your and my generation).”
In the last few days I was having a conversation with my younger sister about relationships, and she said something which hit me hard. Though she is from the new generation and I am from the so-called old generation, we share a lot of mutual thoughts and interests. We spoke about love, how the generation born after the year 2000 perceives love.
You ask any SATC fan. We all wanted a friendship like the one that the 4 girls shared. A friendship that was a rock. A friendship that seemed to withstand the tests of time and in general, life.
I confess that SATC (Sex and the City) has a special place in my heart. I must have watched the 6 seasons and every single episode at that, countless times. Seriously, there was nothing like sitting back with a glass of wine, a bar of dark chocolate and an episode of SATC, after a hard day at work. It renewed me. Made me laugh.
So much so, that I even ended up going for the special SATC bus tour when I visited New York in 2019.
Now some may call the show frivolous but for me, it was pure, honest entertainment. I was in love with the fashion, the ‘fabulousness’, the fun! And it had its moments as well. Moments that were truly thought-provoking, moments that made its viewers take a good, candid look at their own relationships, particularly their female friendships.