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Archive for the ‘Digital Photography’ Category

Using Lightroom to Edit your Photos

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Mastering Lightroom comes easy if you know just a few steps to enhance raw photos. Here’s a beginner’s guide. Continue reading


Friday, September 16th, 2011

Make the most of Instagram, an iPhone app, with these simple photographic techniques. Continue reading

iPad for photo editing on the fly

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

If you want to edit RAW images on the fly, here is a convenient way to do so with an iPad. Continue reading

Framing your subjects

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

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

Open and View RAW Files in Windows 7

Friday, August 19th, 2011

If you’ve ever wondered how to view RAW files in Windows 7, you’ll be glad to know about this free and easy solution. Continue reading

Graphical Photography Tips

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Make your pictures look like a sketch with these tips on graphical photography Continue reading

Tilt Shift Photography

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Tilt Shift photography is a new way to make your aerial pictures stand out from the crowd. Here’s how… Continue reading

Inspiration photography

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Looking at pictures of more accomplished photographers is the best way to learn a few things about digital photography. Here are a few of them you can follow. Continue reading

Home studio: How to create one

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

Here is a tutorial for amateur photographers on how to set up a home studio of their own on a budget. Continue reading

Photographing women

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Here’s Zahid Javali’s guide on how to get the most out of a photography session involving a female model. Check it out! Continue reading

Washington Photography

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Washington is a landscape photographer’s delight. You get to capture serene nature, the kingdom of the wild by day and a buzzing city by night. Here are some reasons why… Continue reading

Lighting Tips and Tricks

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Lighting is key to a good photography. You might often have asked yourself if the size of the lighting mattered. Have you thought of ever going beyond studio lights or sunlight? Here are some tips… Continue reading

Food Photography

Sunday, June 12th, 2011

Food is always appealing, and never fails to be attractive. That’s the advantage food photographers have over portrait photographers – we don’t have to sit around making the subject feel at home. Here are some tips to help you through this… Continue reading

Concept Photography

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Advertise a feeling or convey a message through the art of concept photography with this handy digital photography tip! Continue reading

HDR Photography Made Easy

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Here’s part 2 of Zahid Javali’s HDR guide to HDR photography and offers some pointers on how to achieve HDR results without the need for expensive third-party software. Continue reading

Beginner’s Guide to HDR Photography

Sunday, May 22nd, 2011

HDR is high dynamic range photography that balances the brightness and contrast in these multiple images and gives you a vivid, crystal clear image. Here’s a guide to get you started! Continue reading

Fisheye Lens Photography

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Are you curious about how to make the most out of that brand new fisheye lens for your digital camera? Zahid Javali explores some options and offers insight on his techniques. Continue reading

How to photograph an African safari

Sunday, May 1st, 2011

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

Online Photography Tools

Monday, April 11th, 2011

There are many photography websites and blogs that offer the best of both worlds: text and visuals. You’ll find a list below that may interest you, if you are into photography. Continue reading

Helicopter Photography

Monday, March 28th, 2011

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…

Make faces

5 Tips for Photographing Children

Monday, March 14th, 2011

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

Time-lapse Photography

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Time-lapse Photography

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

Framing Perfect Photos

Monday, February 28th, 2011

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

Monday, February 21st, 2011

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

Free Photo Apps for the iPhone

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Often, you can’t take candid shots of people, places and things because you either forget to bring your digital camera along or you don’t have one with you when you need it. But there is one accessory that is always with you: your iPhone. Here is where some free nifty apps for the Apple device are working their magic on iPhone camera users. Here are a

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