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How to take great photos of the moon – Part 5

Read the previous post in this series (Shooting Great Photos of the moon – Part 4)

Tip 1101 (The moon is dimmer when it is lower in the horizon): This is a fact that you need to keep in mind. Shooting the moon means that you need to be aware of the dynamics of the […]

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

Tip 926 (Grad filter: Fitting light as per dynamic range of the camera): The dynamic range of a clear day can be pretty large, while the camera is only able to capture a limited amount of this dynamic range. Because of this, there will be sections of the photo that are either over-exposed or under-exposed. […]

5 Photo Tips for buying a better camera (contd..)

Tip 836 (Look for the performance of the auto-focus): For most people indulging in photography, an auto-focus is one of the most commonly used functionality (it is most professional and semi-pros who use manual focus); and for point and shoot, auto-focus would be almost 100% of the usage. In such cases, it is important to […]

Tips for taking Great Wedding Photographs – Learn how to optimize your techniques (contd..)

Tip 606 (Use burst mode when necessary): For important events such as when the actual exchange of garlands or exchange of rings happen or the kiss happens, use burst mode. This mode allows you to capture multiple photos of the same event within a short period of time, capturing at least one good photo of […]

Photo tips for shooting great family photos (contd) ..

Tip 481 (Watch the weather): Always keep a watch out for the weather before venturing out for photos such as these. A weather that is either too hot, or rainy or when there is a mist / fog will prevent you from getting the best such photos.

Tip 482 (Use soft light): Harsh light does […]