15 Easy Ways to Improve Your Photo Skills Without Buying New Gear

15 Easy Ways to Improve Your Photo Skills Without Buying New Gear New cameras, lenses and accessories open up the possibility of fresh adventures in photography. In reality though, most of us have to make do with what we’ve got, upgrading to new camera kit as and when we can afford it. With that in […]

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How and Why Do You Use an ND Filter!

How and Why Do You Use an ND Filter! Sometimes, reducing aperture size or choosing a faster shutter speed may give you a proper exposure, but ruin the picture. That’s when the ND Filter comes to the rescue. Above: Only fast shutter speed was possible in this scene at left, but the photographer wanted to show […]

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Improve Your Photography

Below are seven simple tips to improve your photography skills 1. Go through your camera’s user manual. Image Source: Pixabay With all that excitement that comes with purchasing a new camera, it can be easy to overlook the user manual. But what most people don’t know is that it contains a lot of key information that […]

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How to take outdoor portrait photographs: 10 (simple) tips

When We Think Of Outdoor Portraiture’ We all are like yes’ no need for bulky extra lighting equipment and extra luggage right. But truth be told there is really no wrong and right way to tell you how to photograph what exactly you love ( Yes )! Well In This very Informative Instructional Step by […]

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Search SubscribeNewslettersSearchArt marketMuseums & heritageExhibitionsBooksPodcastsColumnsAdventures with Van GoghDiaryNewslettersArt marketMuseums & heritageExhibitionsBooksPodcastsColumnsAdventures with Van GoghDiaryAbstract artComment David Hockney: ‘Abstraction in art has run its course’ “The world is very beautiful, but human beings are quite mad,” says the British artist David Hockney30 September 2021Share “Art” is in a bad way. Reading The Art Newspaper confirms this. In the […]

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