Rule Of Space (What is the Rule of Space & How To Use It in Photography Composition)

Have you ever been shooting and wondered to yourself, “Where should I place the subject in this image?” Well, the Rule of Space in photography will help you know just where to place your subject. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_6ho9VrcTM So to begin with what is the Rule of Space? The Rule of Space in photography is simply the … Continue reading Rule Of Space (What is the Rule of Space & How To Use It in Photography Composition)

Ganpati Photography at Home in 2021 (Ganesh Chaturthi Photography Ideas & Hacks)

Today I’m going to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in the same old way. By taking photos of Ganpati Bappa at home. So let the Ganpati themed photoshoot begin! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZX2CG--EPo The sunlight through my window makes this beautiful pattern and let’s photograph the light. Ganpati Bappa with some diyas Bappa in my palm! I’ve made a simple … Continue reading Ganpati Photography at Home in 2021 (Ganesh Chaturthi Photography Ideas & Hacks)

How to Use Foreground to Create Depth in Photography (Foreground in Photography)

Today I’m gonna give you a few tips on how you can achieve depth in your landscape photos by adding some foreground to them. Often when we are clicking, we can get so focused on the main subject, that we forget to think about incorporating a foreground element; this happens with me a lot. But … Continue reading How to Use Foreground to Create Depth in Photography (Foreground in Photography)

Raynox DCR-150 vs Raynox DCR-250 (Snap-on Lenses for Macro Photography)

Today we are gonna compare 2 Snap-on Macro Lenses by Raynox – Raynox DCR-150 and Raynox DCR-250. If you are wondering what these lenses are, Raynox macro lenses can be attached in front of any prime or zoom lens to magnify macro subjects and click their sharp and detailed images. They may not be able … Continue reading Raynox DCR-150 vs Raynox DCR-250 (Snap-on Lenses for Macro Photography)

Mirrorless vs DSLR vs Point and Shoot Cameras (Which Camera Should You Buy?)

Today I am gonna compare Point and Shoot cameras to DSLRs and also Mirrorless cameras. Some say Mirrorless cameras are the future of photography. But let’s see where our humble Point and Shoot photography lies in that space. So let the comparison begin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPDNdYj3YhE 1. Sensors DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras have larger sensors which mean larger … Continue reading Mirrorless vs DSLR vs Point and Shoot Cameras (Which Camera Should You Buy?)

Golden Triangle Composition | How to Use Golden Triangle in Photography Composition

Today we are gonna talk about Golden Triangles, also known as the “Golden section”, or the “Golden rectangle”, where we use diagonals in the photo to give it a more dynamic feel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSw1i_DZPkk What is the Rule of The Golden Triangles? Imagine your frame and draw a diagonal line from the top left corner, and … Continue reading Golden Triangle Composition | How to Use Golden Triangle in Photography Composition

10 Tips for Low Light Photography (How to Capture Great Photos in Low Light)

Today I’m gonna share with you 10 tips to help you in your low light photography. According to me, low light photography is not restricted to night photography only; it involves any space that is devoid of natural bright light. It can also cover a dimly lit room without much ambient light.  So let’s come … Continue reading 10 Tips for Low Light Photography (How to Capture Great Photos in Low Light)

LEADING LINES | Another Important Photography Composition Technique for Epic Photos

Leading lines are lines in the photo that direct the attention of the viewer to lines leading to the main subject of the image. A leading line paves an easy path for the eye to follow through different elements of a photo. They can be straight or curved, or even zigzag, there are no rules. Leading lines are … Continue reading LEADING LINES | Another Important Photography Composition Technique for Epic Photos