Sometimes, it is better to look beyond and above the horizon! Point the camera upwards, fill your frame with nothing but sky, shoot pure Skyscapes!
Photography is all about manipulating light! Before releasing the shutter, think of the source and the direction of Light first… Always. Image © 2013 Gyaneshwari Dave
Street photography assumes a special significance when you are traveling. Generally your trip album consists of pictures depicting famous landmarks of the cities you visited...and that is how you recollect the memories of those cities. But often ignored are the streets and everyday life there... Sometimes simply recalling yourself walking on those streets can bring… Continue reading Street Photography – 5 Ideas To Take Memorable Travel Pics!
One of the main reasons I don’t do much photography at museums is – I believe that serious photography is an art. And, I don’t understand why should I create art simply by documenting another art ... So basically, at places like museums where lots of art is on display, I click photos only for… Continue reading Street Photography – The Everyday Art On Streets!
To make your landscape photographs captivating, include leading lines/curves in them. Make sure you direct the viewer’s eyes right “into” the photograph! Image ©2013 Gyaneshwari Dave
In wildlife photography, particularly while photographing fierce animals, keeping the animal out of focus creates a sense of mystery and anticipation. Image ©2013 Gyaneshwari Dave
While photographing rows or patterns of objects like books/CD's/Crockery etc, place them on reflective surface. Reflective surfaces show the same geometric pattern/shapes happening in the exactly opposite direction. This not only doubles the impact but also adds to the graphic value of your image. Image Copyrights ©2012 Gyaneshwari Dave
The most common mistake people make while photographing from a plane is, to put the camera right against the window, making the lens touch the window-glass (In a hope to get closer and to avoid reflections). Actually, the tiny vibrations caused by the plane engines keep transmitting to the window-glass and can make your photos… Continue reading Photography Tip # 11