Posts from Category: "Photography Tips & Tricks"

RAW vs JPEG: Which is Better Shooting on DSLR?

The photography world is constantly rattled by many opinion clashes. Which is the better camera, which is the better photography style and even which format is better to save photos in.

Photo by Unsplash

Photo by Unsplash

These and many more questions keep cropping up and seem like never ending. This discussion will help you in putting an end to at least one of such questions, that is, shooting in RAW vs JPEG – which is the better? Read more…

7 Essential Tips for Shooting Portraits on Location

I have so many friends who have the good fortune to travel the world, but they always come home frustrated because they either try to take portraits in obvious places, standing on top of the landmark with thousands of people all around, or they don’t show the things that they found interesting or personal about where they were.

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

So let’s dive in to solving for these common location fails. Read more…

Top 10 Qualities of an Experienced Photographer You Should Look for

Photography is without a doubt a very powerful form of artistic expression. Although Instagram can make us all feel like pros, pictures of food and posted selfies do not even come close to professional photographers’ portfolio.

Photo by Jesus Ochando

Photo by Jesus Ochando

So today, let’s talk specifics and study top qualities which differentiate experienced photographers from the amateur crowd. Read more…

Trick Photography: Creating Appealing Illusions with Your Camera

Trick photography – creating appealing illusions with your camera
Trick photography helps in creating an illusion of the scene through the ideas of the photographer. While there’re many, some of the popular trick photography ideas include tilt-shift, infrared, high speed, light painting, zoom & panoramic photography.

Photo by Delpixel

Photo by Delpixel

Trick photography is a way to make a scene look more appealing and attractive to the audience by adding certain special effects to achieve desired outcome that a simple photograph of the scene would not be able to achieve. Read more…

Exploring Minimalist Photography: History, Philosophy, Inspiration

Minimalism as an artistic philosophy is difficult to precisely define. There are certain elements that are largely agreed upon, the foremost being that minimalism is all about simplicity.

Photo by Will Milne

Photo by Will Milne

Different photographers may have varying definitions of simple. If you were to give 10 photographers the same subject and ask them to shoot it within their own idea if minimalism, you’d likely get 10 completely different photos back. Read more…

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