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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 […]

5 Photo tips as on 26 December 2009 – Street photography

Tip 501 (Try to blend in when doing street photography): When you are trying to do street photography, it is quite possible that blending in may be a problem. You should try to minimize the differences in terms of blending in by observing the place for some time, learning the behavior of people, and trying […]

Urban Landscape Photography Tips (contd..)

Tip 201 (Building material): Shooting a building just does not mean shooting the glass facade (everbody does that). Look out for a sight such as digging of the foundations where a huge hole is made in the ground and then pile-drivers dig those holes for laying the foundation pillars.

Tip 202 (During construction): During construction […]

Urban Landscape Photography Tips (contd)

Tip 196 (Difference between new and old): Look out for contrasts, something that can be present in an urban area. As an example, you could have a run-down lot right next to a sparkling building – the contrast (if you can capture both of them) makes for a very powerful photo.

Tip 197 (Take your […]

Urban Landscape Photography Tips (contd..)

Tip 191 (Check out legal rights): In some cases, photography of private buildings may need permission. Be sure to check out whether photography of the inside of the building is allowed before doing the shooting. In most cases, if shooting private property, ask politely for a model release, and the chances are good that you […]