‘The lights of India’ by Baiba Sprance

By on June 3, 2015

Baiba-Sprance-lights-portraitName: Baiba Sprance
Hometown: Vecumnieki, Latvia
Resides: Riga, Latvia
Profession: Journalist and video editor
Hobbies: Photography, cinematography, literature, traveling
Hipstographer since: 2012
Year of Birth: 1986

Favorite Combo:  Loftus  +  DC 
Favorite Lens:  Tinto 1884 
Favorite Film:  D-Type Plate 
Favorite Flash: None

"The first thing that struck me when I arrived in India was the light, which creates hazy and, at the same time, dense shadows. India is a carousel that makes you step out of your old shoes. Using Hipstamatic was a way for me to become an unobtrusive observer of this vividness. Despite the fact that I almost always have my SLR camera with me, I hardly used it at all.
Hipstamatic, on the other hand, became my best friend and the repository for all my memories. Every city I visited – Agra, Munnar, Mumbai, Jaipur, Jaisalmer and many others –offered something to capture with Hipstamatic. India’s diversity, along with Hipstamatic’s many lenses and films, will make every photographer want to experiment and be delighted with the results. "

Baiba Sprance

 

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