Photo Collection of Prasad Kaipa


 

Gallery Categories

Travel

23 galleries with 1175 photos

Updated: Jun 27, 2010 6:51am PST

Nature

19 galleries with 803 photos

Updated: May 11, 2010 8:52am PST

Other

3 galleries with 64 photos

Updated: May 10, 2010 1:25pm PST

Weddings

1 gallery with 28 photos

Updated: Mar 14, 2010 11:19pm PST

Events

5 galleries with 232 photos

Updated: Jul 18, 2009 11:32pm PST

Landscapes

2 galleries with 27 photos

Updated: Jul 03, 2008 7:58am PST

Animals

2 galleries with 89 photos

Updated: Jan 14, 2008 11:23pm PST

Sun & Sky

2 galleries with 89 photos

Updated: Aug 30, 2007 2:58pm PST

Holidays

1 gallery with 6 photos

Updated: Dec 31, 2006 2:50pm PST

People

1 gallery with 12 photos

Updated: Sep 26, 2006 7:37am PST

Your Bio

Prasad loves to photograph flowers and nature. When he is not taking photos, he directs Center for Leadership, Innovation and Change at the Indian School of Business ( http://www.isb.edu/clic), Hyderabad and does executive coaching and executive education programs around innovation and leadership development ( http://www.kaipagroup.com).

Prasad loves to take photos everywhere he goes and most of his photos are taken without a tripod. His interest is to see nature as it is and enjoy the beauty present everywhere. He realizes that most of the photos that are displayed here are not all well planned, well thought-through but he was at the right time and the right place to capture the mood of the scene.

He uses Canon 40D and 350D with Sigma 17-70, Canon 70-300 IS, Canon 28-135 IS, Canon 18-55 kit, Canon 50 mm 1.8 prime and a Quantaray 70-300 lens. Some of the earlier photos were taken with Olympus D-40 and Fujipix 2600 cameras.

Prasad lives in Campbell, California half the time and in India rest of the time. He can be reached at prasadkaipa@yahoo.com.

By the way, from August 2009, he stopped selling his photos and is offering them on gift economy basis. That means you just get to pay for the expense of printing and whatever you think the photo is worth -- you donate it as a gift to somebody who might need it. For example, if you get a photo print in poster size and you think it is worth $500, you donate that money to charity that you like and do let me know. You let the other person know that they can offer their gifts to somebody else who will appreciate them and so on...

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