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Photographers have been stereotyped for quite a long time. Usually carrying more than one camera, sort of chubby and always wearing a vest or a quirky hat. Even though there are some photographers that do look like that and have a profile picture with a camera in their face, not all of us think alike. […]
Photography is so powerful that it can brighten up our lives – what a great way to start our day by checking out some beautiful images in the comfort of our homes! Here is your weekly wrap-up from Light Stalking – you’ll find carefully curated photos from the general chit chat, as well as creative […]
If you are someone who looks at the night sky quite often, chances are that you have seen a few of them and these shooting stars as we generally call them are not at all stars but meteoroids entering the earth’s atmosphere at a very high speed. In this article we will look at what meteors are and how to photograph a meteor shower the next time there is a peak, so you can go out confidently and try shooting some of them.
Here are the steps involved in photographing and the pre/post processing techniques involved for a mineral moon.
Although we have all photographed intentional motion blur in the form of light painting, panning, etc., have you thought about blurring people in photography to create dreamy images, feeling of chaos, busy life, speed, movement or even the feeling of being abstract and mysterious? In this article we will look at how to blur people in a frame to make some creative images that will make people stop and stare!
Photography is so powerful that it can brighten up our lives – what a great way to start our day by checking out some beautiful images in the comfort of our homes! Here is your weekly wrap-up from Light Stalking – you’ll find carefully curated photos from the general chit chat as well as creative […]
Photographing landscapes under the moonlight can be quite challenging, but the results can be very rewarding. You will need to take into account the direction and intensity of moonlight just like how you would do for day time landscape photography. Let us look into the details along with some tips on how you can photograph night time landscapes using moonlight.
This is not the first time we have talked about cinematic footage. We looked at how to achieve it with your DSLR and Mirrorless camera right here. In that article we touched on how even low-end, consumer cameras can capture footage that once was the preserve of high end video cameras. Cameras costing well in […]