Top 5 Tricks to Make the Best of Foliage Photography

maple leaf -- foliage photography

Foliage! Well, whether you know or not, they can fill nature with color. And, especially during the fall, foliage can be extremely wonderful. They usually have so many colors that you will remain staring at them for hours together. And so, no wonder foliage makes an exciting subject for nature photography. Photo Credits: Mike Gabelmann A large number More...

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product photograph of Nikon dslr -- product photography
By Tristan Taylor On Thursday, September 12th, 2013
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A Complete Product Photography Tutorial (8 Steps)

Take on the Right Techniques for Capturing Product Photos Competently Several reasons led a product photographer for taking snapshots of small objects like for selling objects in an online auction, for insurance More...

low key image of a white flower
By Vidhu S On Thursday, October 18th, 2012
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How to take low key images in natural light?

During my early days of photography, I always wondered how to take photos with black background. One day I was taking photographs of flowers in my garden. I was experimenting spot metering, with different exposures, More...

50mm lens reverse mounted -- reverse lens technique
By Vidhu S On Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
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Reverse lens technique — Poor man’s macro

Reverse lens technique is very easy to set up. It is a cheap solution for macro photography. You normally go for a dedicated macro lens for macro photography, or  use the ‘macro’ mode available More...

fill flash comparison
By Vidhu S On Friday, July 6th, 2012
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How to use fill flash

In one of my posts I had given a brief idea on fill flash and when to use it.¬†Before reading on, I would recommend you to read 7 questions you should ask yourself before using fill flash In this post, I am going More...