A. A photo album is a story telling tool., family photographs begins to reveal consistent threads of patterns in one’s life through the accumulation of pictures . It provides a topic of conversation framed by the photographer. It becomes a statement and reflection of the world. Continue reading »
A. Theatrical photographs is a tricky technical endeavour, as you will be facing difficult situations beyond your natural control.
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A. Feeling at ease and being comfortable with the photographer is very important, how organised and efficient they are and do they make both of you feel relaxed; this will be felt by the guests as well. Check out the past work of the photographer and ensure that the photographer will deliver the desired photos, otherwise tread with caution as this is the ... Continue reading »
A. Timing is the key factor in Sports and Action photography, reacting, being at the right place and execution as each sports has a predictable and unpredictable moment . Understanding the timings of the different sports as each sport has a unique moment. Continue reading »
A. The various lighting conditions outdoor are the most important challenge for graduation photographs. Compensating with different light conditions will undoubtedly will be the major negotiating factor on the day of the graduation ceremony. Continue reading »
A. Light is an important communication factor in photography, the light reflected of objects is recorded by the camera. Light gives object their colour. Black and white photographs aren't just unsaturated colours, they have to tell a story through different black and white tones.
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A. Treat the food you’re photographing like you would any other still life subject in the world and ensure that it is well lit. Many of the poor examples of food photography that we have come across in the research could have been drastically improved with adequate lighting. One of the best places to photograph food is by a window where there ... Continue reading »
A. In colour photography, light-sensitive chemicals or electronic sensors record colour information at the time of exposure. This is usually done by analyzing the spectrum of colours into three channels of information, one dominated by red, and another by green and the third by blue, in imitation of the way the normal human eye senses colour. The recorded information is ... Continue reading »
A.Photography was developed in the 1830s, but the earliest popular technique, the daguerreotype, was unsuitable for mass printing. In 1856, Continue reading »
A.A kicker is a small light, often made directional through the use of a snoot, umbrella, or soft box. The kicker is designed ... Continue reading »