Photography has always been a passion of mine. Over the years, I’ve done a number of commercial photo-shoots, for various clients, but I’ve never had a website to showcase my work. Now, I’ve begun work on a website to showcase my
commercial photography work, in the spheres of product, industrial, architectural and interiors, food & beverage and sport photography. As of now, it’s still under construction, and you’ll see many changes in the months to come.
The images I have up right now don’t have a comprehensive representation of my work, just some Parkour and Architectural images. Stay tuned for more updates.
You can connect with me at
@susheel_c, Susheel Chandradhas on Facebook, Susheel Chandradhas Professional Photography Website.
I’ve recently become rather interested in the
extreme sport – parkour. There’s been a spike in the overall interest in parkour around the globe. However, Parkour in Chennai, India is still in its infancy, and I’ve yet to meet anyone who’s teaching themselves the basics.
If anyone knows of the guys in Chennai who are gutsy enough to jump of buildings and stuff, call me. 😀 or shoot me a mail at susheel[dot]c[at]gmail[dot]com.
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I’m an Apple fan. I have been for quite a while now… I’ve moved all my work from a PC desktop to a mac book pro so that I can get things done one the go, and things work great.
37Signals brought into question, the forthrightness of one of Apple’s ads.
Here’s a short video that compares Real-Life 3G performance and Apple’s advertising material.
Yes, I do get that “twice as fast” is in reference to non-3G wireless networks, but its still misleading.