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Free Photography Tutorials – Lighting setups & Photography Tips

FREE PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIALS, yes it is 100% free. We are running a professional photography institute in Ahmedabad, with all different level of photography courses. With more than 600+ students from entire india, we are one of the best photography institute in India. Our goal is to share our knowledge and rise the standard. Due to many reasons, so many photographers are not able to join us. So we decided to help them out with our Free photography Tutorials. You will find many of our lighting setups and photography tips here. NO REGISTRATIONS. NO FEES. IT IS FREE. If you have questions, you can ask your questions on our ASK US feature. We will answer your questions and make your learning easy. And yes it is also a free feature.

Free photography tutorials are for everyone who is keen to learn.

Idea behind this blog post is to share our photography knowledge, for free. So the photographers who is really interested in learning, but can not afford or spare time, can learn. We already have so much of material available on our blog, and on our youtube channel. But we realised that many of you are not aware of the material. Thus we decided on publishing a post , where we put all our previous and upcoming free photography tutorials.

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Got doubts? Well we have got your back with our ASK US feature, where you can ask us any questions regarding your photography related queries. This is also a free feature. Our goal is to make learning easy for Everyone. And we hope you will appreciate our efforts by sharing the post with other photographers and make their learning easy.

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Varun

Varun Patel is big name when it comes to Fashion Industry. His work has been published in magazines like FTL, Femina and many others. He also conducts Fashion Photography Workshops and shares his knowledge with other photographers. He mostly shoots Fashion and Commercial Portraits, during his free time he also likes to experiment with the conceptual editorials.

16 thoughts on “Free Photography Tutorials – Lighting setups & Photography Tips”

  1. Some suggestions to what lighting equipments should a beginner start with.
    Currently I depend on sunlight and reflector and want to purchase some lighting for indoor studio shoots.

    1. Please update with your budget and we sure will help you out with that and ya one more thing, please ask your questions on our ASK US feature on our blog not in comments

  2. Thank you Varun sir for this free tutorials.
    This lighting setup’s help us in many ways and we can do practice from this ones again thank you sir.

  3. You made this lockdown period sound rocktown.
    Just amazing.
    Always learning from your work.
    Will surely share this with interested photographer friends. This will definitely help every individual who will sincerely try to learn something great.
    Thanks a lot dear… VP. LOVE.

  4. Hiii sir…

    Can you pls clear my one doubt…!!

    Are all full frame lenses are having compactability with APS-C Camera body…???

    I little bit know that it just reduces the frame ratio when full frame lens in mounted on APS-C camera body…!!!

    1. Hi Nikanth

      Thanks for your question

      Well yes, all full-frame lenses will have compatibility with an APS-C camera body. Which means you can use a full-frame lens with a crop sensor body.

      And about the reducing frame size ratio. Well, it is because of the size of the sensor. The lens does the same projection on both the full-frame sensor and crop sensor but as crop sensors are smaller in size, with respect to that the images will be cropped from all four sides. So when you are using the same lens on full-frame and crop sensor from the same distance on your subjects. The images will be bit cropped as per the cropping ratio of your crop sensor factor. So the images will look more like zoomed in.

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