February 2018
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How to shoot great silhouettes – 5 Tips – Part 3

Read the previous part of this series (How to Shoot Great Silhouettes – Part 2)

Tip 1056 (Not everybody likes silhouettes): In a previous post, I had mentioned about how the focus of a silhouette is to keep it simple, it is the magic of the dark profile of subject(s) against a brighter background that […]

How to shoot great silhouettes – 5 Tips – Part 2

Read the first part of this series (Shooting Great Silhouettes – Part 1)

Tip 1051 (Look for the profile shape of a subject): The subjects you use for your photos need to have a distinctive profile or outline that would make sense in the case of a silhouette. For example, you could have an intricate […]

Tips and techniques for taking photos in low light (contd) ..

Continues from previous tips on the subject of low light (link).

Tip 971 (Not only night photography): For shooting in low light conditions, you should be aware of where all you can face low light conditions. It is not only in the evening and night that you face low light conditions, you can even come […]

5 Photo Tips – some tips about filters, explanations, different types (contd..)

Tip 921 (Functionality of a graduated ND filter): The core of a graduated ND filter is an optical filter, that varies the transmission of light. The graduated ND filter is composed of 2 parts – one is the filter that has neutral density, and the other is clear. This allows such modifications such as being […]

How to take photos of the moon – Improve your photo shooting capabilities and your technique (contd..)

Tip 706 (Track the phases of the moon): This may seem very obvious, but be sure to check out the various phases of the moon as well as the lunar calendar. This will you determine whether the moon is in a full moon stage, or half or quarter, or even when there is no moon […]