The year is coming to an end. I’d like to thank each and every client, and the entire RN Pictures team, for their tremendous support and effort. To mark this New Year, we’re bringing to you the new possibilities, new ideas, and tons of fun!!! Be a part of RN Pictures family this year, to capture the memories for the lifetime! To show my gratitude I am launching a Free calendar from my travel shoots Which anyone can use for Non-Commercial Purpose. So feel free to share with your family and friends. You can download as  Zip file Link is in below. Have a Preview below, for me it’s a treat to the eyes. Read More
In this episode you will learn How to Merge Multiple Photo to Make Panorama Image using Lightroom and Photoshop. Subscribe to my Channel to receive my videos weekly on Advance Photoshop and Lightroom Tutorial Follow on facebook Follow on Instagram Read More
2016 was fantastic year for rnPictures at many levels, it gave us great opportunities to reach nation and international  clients.  Won Multiple awards and recognition across the globe and celebration of the vibrant photography community in India. We have compiled some of our favorite photographs from 2016, which includes wedding, Couple, Travel and Commercial Photography, tell us in comment section which one is your personal favorite. Read More
A holiday is a great opportunity to shoot a wide range of new Place & Subjects in all sorts of different weather and light conditions. If you just want to record memories you could leave your SLR camera on auto or use point and shoot. However, if you’d like to come back home with a good collection of vibrant and dynamic images that best capture your experiences and the people and places you visit, the following tips will help you improve your travel photography. 1. Choose the Right Camera and Lens for Travelling There are thousands and thousands of Camera and lens available in the market and as a beginners  it is very necessary to  understand and choose the right set of camera and lens and other equipment.   You don’t need to buy so much expensive cameras and lens but if you serious about photography you should start with  Mid Range Entry level Camera and Lens I recommend to start with Canon 700D with Basic Zoom lens 18-135mm ,  55-250 mm and 50MM Prime. These 3 lens are not much expensive and give you a wide range to cover almost everything to start  your passion, Including Landscape, Close up shoot and […] Read More
Our visit to India’s far flung string of pearls, Andaman Islands, was in December 2015. This archipelago lying over a thousand kilometers out in the Bay of Bengal.  It was 7 days tour, which include sightseeing of Port Blair, Havelock and Neil Islands.   Day 1: Journey Starts from Chennai to Port Blair, the capital of Andaman’s. On reaching the capital, the first thing you are liable to notice is a much fresher, greener aroma of the place. We were soon escorted to our hotel from Port Blair airport by car. When we reached our hotel, we met our guide, who helped us with our check-in. After that we get fresh n up in our room, by 2:30 afternoon a car came and picked up from hotel for sightseeing for one of a beach in Port Blair for the first day. We enjoy the lovely evening breeze, and the long walk along the beach, coconut trees, before we went back to our hotel.   Day 2: After breakfast, we checked out from our Hotel, and were waiting in the lobby, we were told that we will get a taxi which will take us to the cruise for our onward journey, towards […] Read More
It was a 4 Day  Bike Trip starting from Bangalore. One of the UNESCO world heritage sites, HAMPI is a small village in the northern part of Karnataka State in India. One of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime. It is located within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Journey Started at 6 AM Bangalore We set out for Hampi with a lot of expectations as we had heard so much about it and seen such wonderful pictures. We took Chitradurga route  via NH4 and NH13 Below are the Route Map , It took 6 hour to reach Hampi. We reach there around 12 Noon, Hampi was really Hot in the Day time, the Amazing part was We have to Cross the the River to reach our Resort, as it was other side of Tungabhadra River, people also call it Hippie Island,  We load our Bike on boat to cross the river and then finally reached our Destination which is a River side Resort with Wonderful view of  Paddy field and Tungabhadra River, along with Virupaksha Temple. Read More