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FAMOUS QUOTES DECODED PART – II

FAMOUS QUOTES DECODED (Part – II) Today we will discuss some more famous quotes of legendary photographers. Memorize them as your success mantras for photography. If you missed part-I of this article, you can read it here. 4. “Photographers mistake the emotion they feel while taking the photo as a judgment that

Deoria Taal – An unexplored piece of Heaven

Deoria Taal - An unexplored piece of Heaven “The mother is weightier than the earth; the father is higher than the heaven; the mind is fleeter than the wind; and our thoughts are more numerous than grass.” As Yudhistira, the Pandu King answered these, the Yaksha gave him permission to drink from

EYE LEVEL / LOW LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

EYE LEVEL / LOW LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY Here are comparative images to help you understand the difference of standing and shooting v/s getting low and shooting as requested by many of you. As you can see in the top image, when you stand and shoot, the ground is the background and the image

OSHO’S GALLERY

My name is Osho Kondaveeti. I was born in West-Godavari and was brought up in Hyderabad. I’m a project engineer at an Indian MNC and also a freelance photographer. I got my first  essence of  photography at a very young age when my father used to rent SLRs to take pictures of

A NONFADING SIGNATURE

INTERVIEW WITH PUBLICITY DESIGNER SRI ESWAR It is well known that LORD VISHNU/ESWAR is the creator of the Universe but the totality in cine field in all aspects is guided by SRI ESWAR. Those were the days when there was no digitization and even computer was sought to be a dream, posters done

WITH FLYING COLORS

INTERVIEW WITH NARENDRA ARVIND PANDIT Wildlife photography is a genre of photography concerned with documenting various forms of wildlife in their natural habitat. It is one of the more challenging forms of photography. All you need is patience and perseverance to master this genre. A young talented photographer from Solapur, Maharashtra is

PHOTOGRAPHY SIMPLIFIED: 4.2. VERTICAL LINES

TUTORIAL – 4.2 VERTICAL LINES Vertical Lines convey  the sense of strength, power, dignity, grandeur (tall buildings, people standing) and growth ( trees ). Vertical framing of picture enhances these qualities. Use the vertical lines  towards side line of frame as far as possible (either right or left). In this picture two trees

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