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Photography Basics – Aperture [Part V]

In Part I, II and III we dealt with basics of Exposure, how to achieve optimum exposure for various scenarios, and how to achieve optimum exposure using Filters, respectively. Part-IV was a pre-cursor to understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. Let us now dive deep into understanding the most important aspect of Photographic Exposure, the […]

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Photography Basics – Understanding Exposure, Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO [Part I]

Many photographers think that understanding Exposure is the toughest aspect in photography. Several people may shy away from a DSLR because they have to understand some of the alien terms like Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, etc. The reality is that understanding these key concepts is easy and fun. It requires a bit more time and […]

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Best Nature Photos.Foggy morning scene in Skyline Drive Blue Ridge Parkway Motor driveway in Shenandoah National Park, West Virginia, US. Nature, Wildlife, Bird, and Landscape Photography by Prathap.

Leading Lines: Easiest Photography Composition Technique for Landscape Photography

Leading line composition technique is the easiest to understand and apply in Landscape photography. In fact, we compose some of the photographs using leading line composition technique unknowingly! You would have done that too…It comes to us naturally. Let me make you believe it using an example. Imagine you are driving through a forest and […]

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9 Bird Photography Composition Mistakes That You Should Avoid

I see many beginners committing these 9 composition mistakes in Bird Photography over and over again. I thought it will be more revealing to write an article to understand why you should avoid these compositions altogether to make your bird photographs more compelling. Check out The Rule of Thirds composition for Bird Photography, so that you […]

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