Articles by Rajib Mukherjee Archives - PictureCorrect683 articles

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Golden Mountains of Leh

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Golden Mountains of Leh

Ladakh’s topography is eerily similar to that of Tibet. The barren, mountainous region forms a part of the northern-most state of India: Jammu & Kashmir. Stunning snow-clad mountains, barren valleys, colossal Buddhist monasteries, and probably the friendliest of people living in the harshest of places on the face of the earth. Road routes to Ladakh […]

Continue Reading

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Vortex of Light

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Vortex of Light

Chris Matthew Brady’s images are filled with the kind of stuff that makes up a kid’s dream. Dinosaurs, lasers, fires and spinning stars in the sky—you couldn’t ask for more. This particular image by Brady, however, was about glow sticks and burning steel wool: Brady explains, “This is me swinging a string of glow sticks […]

Continue Reading

Landscape Photography: Tips to Photograph a New Location

Landscape Photography: Tips to Photograph a New Location

When visiting a new location or country, it’s important that you have a clear idea of the main places that you will be focusing on as a photographer. There’s no point in trying to photograph everything on the first attempt. It’s too much for one trip. Focusing on two, or maybe three places, depending on […]

Continue Reading

How to Sell More Prints as a Photographer

How to Sell More Prints as a Photographer

Photographers would love nothing more than to see their photography prints sell. But many photographers don’t often see that happen. It’s not always about the quality of the photo, or the print or even the paper used to make the print. Sometimes, it’s all about pitching to the right audience. Photographer Evan Ranft explains this […]

Continue Reading

Interesting Photo of the Day: Nostalgic Motel Scene

Interesting Photo of the Day: Nostalgic Motel Scene

This photo by Alex Hyner has some very nostalgic vibes. More than anything else, it brings to mind detective movies from the 80’s. It could easily be a frame from a film about a disgruntled Fed working on a homicide case. You can just imagine the type of character–married to his work, especially since his […]

Continue Reading

Flash Photography: 5 Tips for Portraits

Flash Photography: 5 Tips for Portraits

Many photographers are familiar with using a flash to light their photos, especially if they are shooting outdoor portraits or wedding shots. But the million-dollar question is, are you using the flash the way you are supposed to? Professional photographer and teacher Scott Kelby with B&H has some simple yet amazing tips for anyone using […]

Continue Reading

Interesting Photo of the Day: Light Painting a Deer

Interesting Photo of the Day: Light Painting a Deer

This amazing example of light painting was created and captured by Darren Pearson. During a long shutter speed, the deer was drawn with a “specially designed, illustrative light painting tool called a ‘Night Writer’.” Regardless of the process, we simply marvel at the precision and the patience of the man who made this: To make […]

Continue Reading

Color Harmonies in Landscape Photography

Color Harmonies in Landscape Photography

We all know the importance of colors in our photographs. We use colors to express the way we see the world. Moreover, capturing colors in their true vibrance is the passion of millions of photographers everywhere. But do we really have a clear understanding of the underlying fundamental theory of colors? Can we say that […]

Continue Reading

Interesting Photo of the Day: Beetle Sunset Silhouette

Interesting Photo of the Day: Beetle Sunset Silhouette

This amazing photograph of a bluemint beetle against the backdrop of the setting sun is an amazing capture. It was taken by Abhy Shék and described perfectly by Reddit user joelhagraphy as “Jurassic Park meets a Bugs Life meets Lion King”. Captured with a Canon 6D Mark II and 24-105mm kit lens, in many ways […]

Continue Reading

Portrait Composition Tips with Background Considerations

Portrait Composition Tips with Background Considerations

When you think of portrait photos, you might think that all you need is an 85mm lens, a camera, and a pretty model. Simply capture the face in the frame and that’s it. You have a nice portrait image. However, the pros know there’s more to it than that. This video on compositional tips for […]

Continue Reading

New! Want more photography tips? We now offer a free newsletter for photographers:

No, my photos are the best, close this forever