Portrait Vs Landscape, This is a question which comes to a photographer’s mind while shooting. It has left me confused in many situations. Should I shoot in Landscape Mode or go for Portrait mode. The answer to this question is quite simple. It is actually the photographer who decide whether to compose the picture in Landscape mode or portrait mode. Let us see, how shooting in different modes can affect the perspective of an image.
Why should I be shooting in RAW format? This is a question which comes into the mind of many amateur photographers and people who have just started photography. There are many advantages of shooting in RAW when compared to JPEG. Let us check it out.
When we hear about Low Light Photography, the first thing that comes to our mind would be night photography. Actually, it is not only night photography, there are other low light situations which we would be going through in this article. We would also see the techniques we can use to get a good shot in low light conditions.
The Depth of Field in photography can be defined as the distance between the subject and surrounding area that are in focus and the background that is out of focus. In another words, it is the range that appears to be sharp. Understanding the depth-of-field and using it wisely can make the difference between an ordinary photograph and a beautiful one.
When you are capturing a photo, you may want the subject to stand out from the rest of the surroundings. In some situations you want to remove the cluttered background. In such a situation you will have to go for an out of focus background or otherwise called as “Background blur”. There are many ways by which you can implement this.Let us have a look at some of these techniques.
Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO sensitivity form the basic building blocks in photography. So, if you want to be a good photographer then you should be able to control these 3 features in accordance with the available lighting. Understanding ISO sensitivity is essential to get the correct exposure during photography.