Sunday, September 1st, 2013 at 11:04am - Personal
Hi friends! Recently I shared a conversation with Jacob Nawrocki of Operation Reset, a podcast to help people find a reset in their lives. This has been my most personal and vulnerable interview thus far, and I am so happy to share it with you. We talked about all kinds of things from photography and timelapse, to nature and energy, to Oneness and spirituality. So perhaps make a cup of tea and sit down with some candles, and I hope you enjoy.
Sunday, September 1st, 2013 at 9:57am - Personal
Hi friends! I´m so excited to share with you an all new website that is a collaboration between my dear friend Kirsi Ranto and I. I have always known that my mission in life is to spread love, and when Kirsi and I met, we realized that we both share the same mission. I believe art is a very powerful way to raise consciousness, and open our hearts to unconditional love. That´s how Oneness Mission was born.
Oneness Mission is a global movement sharing beauty, love and light through visuals, music and writings. It is created by myself as a visual artist and musician, and Kirsi as a music artist, writer and founder of the Be The Light You Are method, a tool of the heart for self discovery and awareness.
Our mission is based on our heart’s desire to be one with Love, to be of service, and to live true our highest visions of ourselves. We started to work together during the spring of 2012 and realized immediately that we shared the same mission. So we started our cooperation by creating two films: The Essence of Kirsi Ranto ღ Deepthi and An Evening with Deepthi.
I really hope you’ll love it as much we have loved this journey while making our dream come true with this mission!
Sunday, September 1st, 2013 at 9:40am - Personal
I´m so excited to announce my all new website!! My work has been in a constant state of evolution over the last few years, and the time has finally come to showcase my work in a much more beautiful and accessible way. My all new website is filled with huge images and videos, and looks gorgeous whether you´re on a computer, iPad, iPhone, or other mobile device. I hope you enjoy!!
Thursday, January 31st, 2013 at 12:44pm - Personal
2012 has been the most life changing and transformative year yet of this beautiful life that I am living. I love how looking back at the images I´ve captured and created has brought me such a perspective on just how profound this year has been. I am so excited to share with you my 12 favorite images from 2012.
Do you have any favorites? Please vote on the images you love most, and any feedback is always welcome in the comments below or on Facebook. Hope 2012 has brought you much joy, and I wish you the best for this new year.
Friday, May 25th, 2012 at 9:40am - Personal
Recently I had the incredible opportunity to be interviewed by Ron Dawson for his Crossing The 180 podcast. Its a great podcast dedicated to getting to know film makers in a deeper way, beyond all the gear and tech talk (although there´s plenty of that too). I´ve actually been listening to Ron´s podcasts since he started his first one, F Stop Beyond. I´ve secretly always wanted to be on one of his podcasts, so when Ron got in touch recently wanting to interview me, I was thrilled.
We talk about all kinds of stuff from what got me started in photography, to how I transitioned into film making, and what led me to create my recent viral video "Yosemite Range of Light". I actually hired Ron to create some promo videos for me a couple of years ago, I love his work. I´ve included below both my recent "Yosemite Range of Light" video which inpsired Ron to have me on the show, and the videos we produced together a few years back for my business.
So grab your favorite beverage, and either sit back and relax, or get some work done while you listen, but I hope you enjoy the stories.
Here´s "Yosemite Range of Light", my recent timelapse piece which has gone viral and reached over a million people.
This is the main promo piece Ron helped me create for my business.
Ron also helped me make the 2 following videos to help promote specialized aspects of my business.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 at 11:10pm - Personal
Paul Friedman, who started and runs Lens Pro To Go, has always been a very giving person who genuinely loves helping others and being of service. It couldn´t be more evident in the wonderful spirit that pervades his entire company, as they offer some of the best, and friendliest customer service I´ve ever experienced. They really are a family, and treat their customers like family.
Paul and his team have reached out to some very inspiring photographers and filmmakers to share their experience and knowledge with Lens Pro To Go´s customers through this new ViewFinders partnership, in hopes of expanding people´s creative horizons. Each month they will interview a different Viewfinder and share some recent stories and advice. They will also be opening up questions to their customers with awesome prizes for people´s whose questions are chosen.
I am thrilled to be the first Viewfinder that they´re going to interview. You can submit any questions you would like for them to ask me through the ViewFinders website. The three questions that get chosen will all win a 12x18 print of your choice from my soon to be announced Signature Collection!
You should check out their new ViewFinder website!
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 at 7:49am - Personal
Hi friends and colleagues! Grow as a photographer while saving lives!
Saturday, January 1st, 2011 at 8:26pm - Personal
I have a new love, I must admit; shooting cityscapes, especially at night. Whie visitng my family here in Maryland, I did some shooting in downtown Baltimore a few nights ago. What do you think?? Do you have any favorites??? What can I do better as I embark on this new style of photography for me? I´d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks!
Thursday, November 18th, 2010 at 4:25pm - Personal
While I was in Atlanta shooting a wedding with my friend Sarah, we stopped to get some portraits for her upcoming new website. It was really fun, and a great experience for me. I´m not usually very comfortable shooting portraits of individuals, because it requires me to interact with them more and help give direction. I tend to stay back and allow the moments to happen, and I love the interactions between people; probably why I love shooting couples in love so much. Well Sarah was great, and since she´s a photographer herself, made it a lot easier for me since she had ideas of how she´d like to pose. It really inspired me with new ideas. Thanks Sarah!! Hope you love the images :)
Thursday, November 18th, 2010 at 11:02am - Personal
I love to travel. I just got back from an amazing trip down south, and as usual I have tons of photos I´d love to share. I´ll be posting a few blog updates as I go through everything over the next few days and weeks, but I wanted to start with some travel photos from New Orleans.
The last 2 years, Pictage has held their annual Partner Conference in NOLA, and it has come to be a highlight of my year. So many great friends coming together in a city with such character is always a blast!!
There´ll be quite a few blog posts coming over the next few days and weeks as I get caught up on my weddings from this fall and post more pics from my trip, so I hope you´ll check back soon! And as always, I hope you´re having a wonderful day :)