It is really simple to take some professional looking firework pictures. All you need is a basic DSLR camera or a SmartPhone with Manual mode and tripod. Diwali is all about colours and lights so why not to capture that real joy. All you have to take care about is right timing and some basic camera knowledge. So let’s start with the pointers which can help you take some amazing fireworks pictures on this Diwali.
We have made your photography learning process easy, with our short and to the point photography video tutorials. Breaking the language barrier for the learners in India, we have come up with our Hindi Language Photography Video tutorials.
Which camera should I buy ? Shall i buy DSLR or Mirrorless camera systems ? These are some questions which are hitting my inbox on Instagram everyday. You can get great photos with either, but each has its pros and cons. So I have compiled a list of those to help you make the decision that’s best for your photography needs.
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Mobile photography tips which we are sharing will sure make your mobile pictures stand out from your other friends. Surely your mobile camera is not the best quality camera, but I always believe “The best camera is a camera you always have on you.” Follow my given mobile photography tips and you will sure see the difference in no time. So lets get started with this already.
Monsoon photographs are definitely one of the most challenging yet rewarding types of photographs. The monsoon is here and it’s time to start taking special care of your equipments. Its not a time to forget them and keep them under lock. Believe me its one of the best times to use your cameras and get some amazing pictures .
Shot you see in the banner of this article has been shot in a very tight hotel room space with one profoto b1x and , a reflector working as the background for the image. Buying your own professional photography studio can be a big investment specially for beginner level photographers. In the beginning of your photography career , when every investment matters , buying a photography studio is not a good idea. Obviously there are studios available on rent but that also effects the shooting budget . So my suggestion for all of you who does not own a studio or not planning owning one right now, is to utilise whatever resources you have and create your best images. Now the question is how ? And what you will need ?
I always try giving my photography workshops an edge over all other basic photography workshops happening in India. This time we thought to go a bit out from everyone’s comfort zone, and shoot something crazy and dynamic on location. So I thought why not to try some place which can offer us everything from architectures to nature. And thats the reason we finalised Udaipur city as our workshop location .