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Low Angle Photography Tips

Low Angle Photography Tips

One of the most popular angles to shoot is from the photographer’s standing point of view. While is fine with landscape and other general purpose photography, it does not create high impact visually arresting images. Most of the professional photographers, who have mastered the art of photography by experimenting and self learning, produce stunning and […]

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Rule of Thirds: Breaking it When Necessary

Rule of Thirds: Breaking it When Necessary

While rules like the Rule of Thirds and the Golden Mean have been practiced for a long time and advocated in many articles and books, in real life situations, they can become inhibiting factors. On average, when photography is done for friends and family, we don’t have much scope for applying these rules. Even in […]

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Midday Photography Tips

Midday Photography Tips

Most tutorials advise photographers not to shoot photos at noon. The sun is harsh and doesn’t flatter subjects. While it’s certainly not the most desirable time for a photo shoot, with the right approach you can still get great shots in the middle of the day. Shooting in Shade It’s not necessary to shoot directly […]

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Prime Lenses: Pros and Cons

Prime Lenses: Pros and Cons

First, let’s discuss different types of lenses and how they’re used. Standard Zoom: These are the most common type of lenses and practically all the kit lenses bundled with cameras fall into this category. The most popular is the 18mm-55mm lens, which is good for general purpose photography and is commonly used by amateurs and […]

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Vintage Car Photography Tips

Vintage Car Photography Tips

Cars that were manufactured before the end of World War II (1945) are classified as vintage cars, while those manufactured between 1945 and 1975 are categorized as classic cars. Before you venture out to photograph cars, either vintage or classic, it’s a good idea to know the basics of car body structure. From the exterior, […]

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Elements to Consider in Portrait Photography

Elements to Consider in Portrait Photography

Before you take your next portrait, consider the following. Location Where is the photo session going to take place? Is it indoors or outdoors? If it is indoors, is it a residential setup or a corporate office? How much light is available and what other types of lights should you consider: tungsten, fluorescent, or others? […]

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