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How to take advantage of shapes?

Shape is the first visual information human eye can take to understand a subject. From our childhood, we learn a lot from shapes. A recognizable shape is what makes us relate things subconsciously. 327 more words

How To - In My DSLR?

Quick Tips for Better Photos: #8 Keep it Simple

Hey friends, I think it’s safe to say that most of us like to take photos, right?  But I also realize that most people don’t actually want to learn photography, what they want is a few easy tips to take better photos.  385 more words

Photography

How to look for different/unusual view points

A photograph looks different when it is shot from an unusual point of view. An unusual point of view is a view that many photographers would not have tried. 219 more words

The ART Of Photography

Quick Tips for Better Photos: 2015 Round Up

Happy new year, friends!

What are your plans for 2016?  Are you doing any traveling?  Trying out a new hobby?  Going on fun adventures?

I’ve rounded up all the Quick Tip posts I’ve written (seven, so far!) for you to peruse to make your photos better while you’re living it up in 2016.  153 more words

Photography

How to make HDR images

HDR (High Dynamic Range) images are photos with better details in the extreme brightness areas. In other words, the details of highlights and shadows are fairly good despite of extreme variation in its brightness. 467 more words

How To - In My DSLR?

Is photography a talent or acquired skill?

Last week, whilst chilling with some old time pals, we stumbled upon the topic of if photography was a talent or a skill? Each party had its reason but definitely I argued that photography was a talent, as have seen lots of people who learnt photography professionally but ain’t good as some self taught photographers. 374 more words

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