Experts tell you how to capture Mumbai's Marine Drive in all its glory
Marine Drive was India's most Instagrammed spot in 2017. Experts tell you how to capture the Queen's Necklace in all her glory
* Landscape mode works best; you get the sea, people walking or just a couple sitting on the parapet.
* Divide your frame into 75 per cent of water or the sky and 25 per cent of the rest.
* Decide the mood you wish to capture; mornings will give you joggers and people practising yoga; afternoons will be dotted with collegians and couples; evenings are packed with leisure walkers, and by then, the street lights come on as well. Marine Drive also looks different in different seasons.
* The best time to visit is between 6 am and 7 am; 4.30 pm till sunset.
* Instead of shooting at eye level, bend for a different angle.
* Don't zoom in a lot as it reduces the quality of the photograph.
* Walk around the promenade to identify subjects. Capture the waves in slow motion.
* It's a great spot to photograph sunsets and silhouettes.
* Shoot from the NCPA-end to capture the curve of the promenade with moving traffic. You can also stand at Walkeshwar in the mornings to shoot the natural curve.
— Mulchand Dedhia, founder of Photo Konnect; Sukhie Vohra, photographer
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