Get natural colors using white balance in a jiffy using Photoshop Camera Raw plugin and a gray card. Here’s a quick guide! Continue reading
You never get enough of composition and framing rules. Once you’ve digested the previous rules on framing, here are more to get your act right.
The next time you are framing up your subject, think of these tips for a better appeal.
1. Most times, we take pictures of people, places or things without anchoring them. For
If you are a wildlife enthusiast, there’s nothing like a trip to the African forests to get the hang of wildlife photography. But the rules are different out here, so some tips on wildlife photography could be of great help. Get the skinny on the best photography practices here! Continue reading
Flower photography is probably the most explored area of amateur photography, but the results for many people are never in touch with what they saw.
This article intends to give you the basic understanding of what can be done to get pictures of flowers that will make your friends envy you. Yes, exposure has to be right
Photography on land is fun, but snapping in the air is sheer adventure. A bird’s eye view is completely different from a general view. Remember, helicopter photography is an art in itself. And knowing what to do, can make for some memorable helicopter photography. Here are some of the different ways you can make the most of your digital camera.
Sometimes, your best subject could be yourself. It’s better to do it yourself rather than get others to pose for you. However, you need one prop to make it work best: a mirror. Any mirror. Here is how you can do it in many creative ways…
Children can be tough subjects for a photographer. They are not as patient as adults, and are always on the move. So, if you want to take great photos of your kids, try these top tips.
1. Get down – One of the quickest fixes for achieving great photos of children is to get down to their eye level. Too many
Ever wondered how episodes on Discovery or any feature film captures the entire time span of a day or night in just a few frames? That’s what is called time-lapse photography. You can capture motion in its many variants, whether it’s moving clouds, a scene at a camping site, landscapes, airport terminal, sea waves, sunrise, sunset, waterfall, trailing
The difference between a good photo and a great photo is often just a matter of a few small details. Follow the composition tips below and you too can have photos that you’ll be proud to hang on your walls.
The Rule of Thirds – Pick up any photography book and you will likely find a section on
Microstock Photography Dos and Don’ts
Microstock photographs are low-priced and royalty-free. And you can earn a few dollars more by selling your pictures to many stock photo sites online. Many of you might not be professionals, but that shouldn’t mean you don’t have pictures that are sellable. Here are a few dos and don’ts, so you can make