Peaceful Afternoon Skies
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Explore 10 blue Skies in JPEG format captured by Manish Lakhani. These serene skies with white fluffy clouds will give your photos an atmosphere of peacefulness and majestic beauty. Whether you wish to replace an uninspiring background or want to convey an added sense of tranquility and add a pop of light blue, this collection is perfect for you.
10 Skies in JPEG format.
Luminar 4, Luminar AI, Luminar NEO
Using RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
“My life is driven by the journey, not by the destination”
Manish is a photographer and adventure chaser, with one foot in the cold highland deserts of the Himalayas and one on the pedals of his bike to chase dreams. He loves the camera and travels on a bicycle into remote areas.
Guided by the words of his late friend Joel —“not a geographical location, more a place in the heart”, he is eager to see the new world and capture all its fleeting moments with his camera.
Manish is a versatile photographer with a history of creating brilliant images of culture, heritage, and landscape. For several years now, he has been photographing the cultural heritage of India that including the shepherds of the Himalayan highlands, native people of North-East India, and Western India, in addition to the rich traditions of Kerala. He is renowned for his unique portrayal of remote cultures from across India.
His works have been regularly featured in magazines across the world, and he is attested by several experts as one of the finest travel photographers from India in recent years.
He is also known for his prowess in landscape photography, which has been achieved with his years of traveling in the high Himalayas. His portfolio is diverse and encompasses everything from star-studded skies & snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to exotic festivals and semi-nomadic cultures throughout the length and breadth of India. He was born with a love for mountains, which has carried him back to Ladakh and other highlands of the Himalayas many times over.