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Shoot! What You Love

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  When you begin photography as a hobbyist, the most important challenge is to face? The challenge is none other than finalising the photography genres. What to shoot? It is quite difficult to choose the photography genres. No teacher can help you to choose.  In this confusing situation, you are the only one to help yourself. It is just like which course to choose after completing your 12th class. Everybody faces this situation at the beginning of his career.  There are a few questions that might have confused you. these questions are mentioned below Which photography genres have more scope Which photography genres demand more investment Which genres will earn more money for you Which location has more potential Everybody wanna choose those genres which may generate more money, more opportunity, less effort, less education etc But choosing photography genres is something very tough to choose. But if we are looking for better future opportunities then we have to go through this. All

Tips to shoot fashion shows

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The fashion show is a collection of the designer's dresses and worn by celebrities, models, sometimes kids etc and showcase the entire range of dress collection through the catwalk on the ramp. Sometimes you get a chance to see and shoot all the celebrities and model from so close distance. Shooting fashion show is one of toughest job ever because you do not only shoot but shoot to capture entire dress along with the model in a fraction of second and that require your photography skills, Equipment knowledge, spontaneous action to capture the entire fashion show along with the great photographs. Let's discuss the few important tips before you are hired professionally to shoot fashion show.  Know fashion show in advance - Before you plan a shoot, your first job is to know the fashion show details in advance like who's show is this, Which model is a show stopper, model and celebrities name and their turns etc. show timings and duration etc. This all information

HDR Mode?

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Most of my friends, beginner photographer, relatives ask the question, "What is this HDR Mode". This article is about the HDR Mode, How it is beneficial for the photographers and your shoots. A camera manufactures always take care of delivering a user-friendly option to the photographer for the betterment of the photography. HDR option is one of them which enable the photographer to save their time and no confusion to use this and bring out the correct exposure photographs.  What is HDR? HDR is HIGH DEFINITION RANGE and Its balance highlight and shadows. Also, Avoid clipping (Image is blown out, excessive white and excessive black, overexposed and underexposed called CLIPPING )  Thre are two reasons for using HDR modes One is creativity and second is a necessity.  The necessary reason is  When your eyes or human eyes capture the better details of highlights and shadows rather than any expensive camera's sensor in the world. In this case when you take a

Redevelop your street photography skills

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When you are hungry and you don't wanna eat the same stuff or the same food at the moment. In this case, you explore something new taste or new food to eat. But You found out different food from the same cook.  This article is about the same topic. You have already shot the street so many times, But, This time you are looking different subject in the same street. How you can re-motivate yourself to be in the same location to shoot the different subject along with the different photography equipment.  You have to reinspire to shoot the  new subject in the  same street. That's an amazing job for a photographer. Let's discuss the few some important points where you can redevelop the interest to shoot the  new subject and new thought  in the same street or same location. Make a list of the captured subject which you have already shot in the same street. Make a list of older weather condition in which you shot last. Means you shot in daytime Go through all you o

Few Wildlife Shooting Tips

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The word "Wildlife" or Wildlife Photography always excite you, give you a thrilling thought, a natural point of view. It happens when we discussed wildlife photography. There are lots of fumes enter in your mind. But how to capture the great shots, Which equipment must carry along with you, How much weight of photography equipment you can bear for so long. There is perfect calculation required and besides of these arrangements, there is another requirement room of tips and tricks to shoot.  Now, this article covers specifically the small tips which can really help you to get the better shots. I have earlier written the blog on the photography equipment for wildlife photography.  Let's discuss the few important tips to shoot wildlife. Know wildlife parks and locals - Before finalizing the wildlife location, The first job is to know the wildlife location and localities.  Which kind of animal, birds, species etc exist in this location. Is this safe lo

Tips to shoot baby

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My Model - Mr Vishnu Singh As a photographer, I can assure you capturing baby, kid, child, children are very hard to capture as per your requirement. One of the toughest challenging job to capture the kid & baby. They will never listen to you, will never follow your guidance and if they do not like your face then forget the photoshoot (hahaha). The biggest problem for the photographer is how to be friendly with the baby or kid. That's our job to be more friendly with the kid. Once you are happily friendly with the baby then your photoshoot project is winning always. How to handle when you are shooting the baby or kid. There are always better possibilities to shoot baby when you follow a few important tips.   Let's discuss the tips and hoping for the batter baby photoshoot in future.  Be friendly - The important task to be friendly with your kid, baby etc, Let baby talked to you and can understand you that you are not going to harm him/her with your camera

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