Vadodara Grinding Grain
Last night I went out with Jai to buy some clothes for the wedding. On the way there we stopped to get some grain ground up. People will buy their grain whole, then take it to this guy who grinds it up custom for them. Labour is very cheap in India so this kind of service is everywhere.
This image was shot on the Fujifilm X100T. I didn’t use this camera much when i was in New Zealand. I found in New Zealand that the Sony with the wide lens was better for the many landscapes that are unavoidable there. Here in India I will still use the wide shot, but I find the 35mm lens of the Fujifilm better for framing the street style photography that is just so easy to do here.
Processed with Macphun’s Tonality CK, Lightroom, and Photoshop.
Yes I’m now in India. This is the first image posted to Pixelbip form India. Looking forward to posting a whole lot more. The next couple days are preparation for the wedding so expect some amazing colours later in the week.