About

Praveen CHAMARTHI works as Manager, Operations Support for a Financial Services Organization in Bangalore, INDIA.

You will find most of his writings related to Photography, Travel and a bit of Programming (New found love – AJAX).

BIO
Has 8yrs of hands on experience as a Designer, Developer, Tester. Has worked in all leading platforms UNIX, JAVA, MICROSOFT, LINUX etc.

He loves to travel and he wishes to tour around the world backpacking.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. Our site deals with photography and technology. We read your article on “Anatomical 18% Gray Card.” It’s great!

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  2. Thank you Piranha Staff. I’ve been learning Photography for the past two and half years and I still continue to learn I always wanted to share the so called complexities in Photography, by explaining them in simple terms..and this is just my little effort.

    Thanks for dropping by.

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  3. Posted by Bhawna on October 20, 2006 at 6:51 am

    Great write up on Cambodia . Went backpacking to Phnom Penh and Siam Reap in Feb 2006.
    The write up made me re-live the surreal experience !Awesome !
    Cheers

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  4. I’m designing a poster for a thai culture/fundraiser. Could I use your singha beer shot?

    love the blog, now in my bookmarks.

    Chris

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  5. Thanks Chris! You can use the picture Chris. I would appreciate if you could provide a link to my site (http://www.praveenc.com) somewhere in your website. Thanks

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  6. Hi Praveen! I’m Sophat from Cambodia but currently in the States. I’m glad you had an great experience in Cambodia. I also enjoyed reading your other travel stories. Keep up the good work!

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