Photography by Shah Altaf

Shah Altaf, or Mendhak, as you may know him on Flickr, is a programmer from London UK. He doesn’t claim a specific photography ‘style’, but observes others’ work and experiments with what he learns. This could be anything, such as selective coloring, HDR, tilt shifts, props, and spray and pray techniques. Some of his results are appalling, but others, as you will see below, are very appealing. On top of all this, he does everything with a Nikon D90 and a 18-200mm lens.

To see more of Shah Altaf, view his photography website, Github, and Flickr Photostream.

Lily's Pads

Lily's Pads

A Cup of Light

A Cup of Light

The Walker

The Walker

Paternoster Square Tilt Shift

Paternoster Square Tilt Shift

Why have you abandoned us?

Why have you abandoned us?

Cumulo Artistus (An Artist's Clouds)

Cumulo Artistus (An Artist's Clouds)

Two Hundred Years Ago

Two Hundred Years Ago

Use the what?

Use the what?

A burst of Spring

A burst of Spring

The Photographer

The Photographer




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maria thereza de barros camargo
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Please, where are you from? Congratulations. Very good photos. Excellent photography.

Maria Thereza
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sonbyeoung
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“Cup of Light” 아주 좋은 것입니다. 한국에서 인사말.

Jack
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I really like the photo with the sad faces on the cigarette’s filter.

Danken
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Awesome collection of photograph masterpieces Shah Altaf!!! Can I know what camera(s) did you use in taking in those pictures?

I know the photographer (not just the camera) is the one needed to capture great shots but I think the camera must be responsive to the skill of the photographer as well. I don’t have a DSLR yet so I am asking for advice from experts and professionals! I hope you understand! Thanks!

Flora M
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That’s excellent photography! I definitely love the Use the What? I’d love to know what camera he used?

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