Professional portrait photography has become very common these days. Whether you are going for a modeling audition or wish to be an actor, you need to have your personal portfolio of pictures. Professional photographers are trained enough to bring out your genuine smile on camera under the best lighting and location. Yes, they take care of that stray hair blowing across your face even.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a Selfie lover or a professional photographer, the complaint which you would have heard most often would be relating to the sharpness of your images. Be it due to lack of lighting, dirt on the lenses or extreme zoom ranges, there are many factors which deteriorate the sharpness of your images.
Nature demands more than just a good camera. It demands patience, skill and planning. Whether you’re photographing a bouquet of flowers inside, or expansive landscapes in the wilderness, there are techniques of the trade you should employ before you snap a photo. Make your nature and landscape photography truly stand out with these tips.
While it is relatively easy to go outside and just “point and shoot,” there are better ways to take pictures in the great outdoors. Snapping photos in the outdoors rather than indoors brings a whole new list of considerations to deal with. From the weight of your pack to the eventual downpour, there are certain preparations you can take before setting out on your journey that will make the experience that much better. The following tips will help you capture that perfect shot.
The debate over whether or not photographs shown online should be left natural or ‘Photoshopped’ to make them look better is one that will probably never end. Here, we take a look at what this means to you if you want to market fashion or beauty products online.
Various Photographs when taken from various perspectives gives a unique edge to that photograph. For example photo of a house taken from a ground level is very common. But have you imagined how that house’s look will appear when the same photo when taken from few hundred meters above your head ?
Making an in-home photo studio is not as hard a task as it may seem, but you do need to make the most out of the space you have. Lighting is especially important in photography and can be controlled in a number of ways in your home studio. Here’s a look at just a few:
Your photos are not just images, but your memories. There are captures about all the good things that happened in your life, the fun that you had, the people you love, but more than anything else, it’s about the memories that you wish to cherish.
The Camera Obscura, which evolved through the 13th and 14th centuries was a simple way to capture an image and display it on a surface. Artists would then draw over that image to create a picture on parchment or canvas — the basis of modern day photography. Throughout the years, scientists and inventors have looked for ways to capture images permanently and store them safely on a variety of media.