Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Catchlight

Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Catchlight

Blog 9 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Today’s blog is titled “Catch Light” Please do check out the previous blog in the series titled “Silhouettes” Note: This blog contains affiliate links to Amazon, India Camera settings: Camera: Canon 7D Mark II Lens: Canon 400mm f/5.6 Aperture: f/6.3 Shutter Speed: 1/1250 Sec (Both Shots) […]

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Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Depth of Field

Blog 7 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Today’s blog is titled “Playing with depth of field” Please do check out the previous blog in the series Titled “Changing Perspectives” Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in the world to make better Images. I am sure there must […]

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Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Fill flash for Macro

Today’s blog is titled “Fill flash for Macro“ Blog 5 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Please do check out the previous blog in the series Titled “Don’t Ignore the Diffuser”  Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in the world to make better Images. I am sure there […]

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Nature Photography Tips and Techniques- Don’t Ignore the Diffuser

Blog 5 of “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques” series. Today’s Blog is titled “Don’t Ignore the Diffuser” Please do check out the previous blog in the series Titled “Don’t wait for Sunrise”  Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in the world to make better Images. I am sure there must […]

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Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques- Head Turn

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India. Blog 2 of “ Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques ” series. Please do check out the First Blog Titled “Distractions in the frame” for the Tip i shared the previous week. Please do note that these are my personal observations and not necessarily the only way in […]

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Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques- Blog 1

Note: This Blog contains Affiliate Links to Amazon, India.   Starting today, every Monday I intend to start a blog series called “Nature Photography- Tips and Techniques”. In this series, I will share two shots of any Natural subject, and explain how I was able to make the second one better by making some simple […]

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Rules of Composition- Photography

“Rules intimidate, Tools on the other hand liberate” I don’t know where that came from, I think I read it somewhere, but I tend to agree with it. Talking about rules, let us today discuss about some “Rules of Composition” or should I say “Tools of Composition” 😉 . Technically speaking, “Composition means placement of […]

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10 must have Experiences in Chopta, Tungnath

Shooting in Golden Light

A Zillion blogs and articles can be written about the Importance of Light in photography and it would still be insufficient to emphasize how invaluable it is to making good Images. In continuation from my earlier blog, today I would like to discuss the importance of, and the impact which “Shooting in Golden Light” can […]

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Shooting Birds at Eye Level

The above Image of the Himalayan Monal was taken one early Morning as the sun was just rising. The tree, the early morning light, the colors of the bird and the Background which was far far away, coupled with my  Telephoto Canon 400mm f/5.6 lens resulted in this shot. We all have at times seen […]

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