Photography! Not a difficult fish to catch

From the early days with simple cameras and film, to modern digital photography and the latest DSLR lenses. Explore the photographic history and the development of cameras, through to the best in image-making available today. The work of the camera is nothing new, but in recent years digital photography has revolutionized the entire industry, bringing it to a new level of creativity and technical innovation. The market segmentation has become more complex, with artists focusing on photographic images as artworks carried out by means of the most modern technology and sophisticated equipment.

 Whether you’re looking for the best cameras for your type of photography, concepts, and tips to improve your photos or just general advice on how to take better photographs, It’s all about the art of photography!

Photography is an art that aims to capture reality through the eye of the artist. The most common form of photography is still life, which depends greatly on the subject matter, composition, light and mood. Portraits are also a very common subject for still life portrait photographers, and being a photographer (Beginner), I love portrait photography the most

Every day, we see photos of people and places. We’re enthralled and inspired by the ideas, feelings and emotions that they evoke. We want to be just like them. But how? You see, we want to improve our photography because it is a way of sharing ideas and memories with others. Do explore the beautiful world around you and you will find something amazing every time you look with zeal.

The most important thing you can learn about photography is that it’s really all just about perspective. And while there are plenty of things you can learn in books, it’s best to start practicing your own photos to get a better idea of what you can do with various aspects of your camera.

Whether you are a professional photographer, or just starting out, the fundamentals of image building are crucial. Knowing how to correctly use lenses, bodies, lighting and handling cameras is a powerful tool that can instantly improve your photography skills.

The combination of all three variables is what allows for creating the perfect photograph. Aperture, exposure, and shutter speed control how much light enters your camera’s sensor and how your photo will be recorded in terms of resolution or size. Aperture and exposure are key to creating the image you want. Learn about the different types of apertures, f-stops, focal lengths and shutter speeds. Find out about ISO and how it affects your camera.
Cameras can be overwhelming. They have a lot of settings but Trust me! not all settings are great.

Trying to find the perfect picture? You don’t have to be a photographer to take great photos, but when you understand some of the underlying concepts of videography, photography and digital image processing, it can help you create better photos.

 You don’t need to be professional every time sometimes; having a relaxed mind gives you creative ideas which you can implement at any time or any place and the results will amaze you. The idea of photography is to be free, to get out of the crowd and to capture unusual moments, an adventure, a moment of your life, or a story that can be told and everyone can do it without having any professional knowledge, so bring out the inner artistic photographer of yourself!

By: Jai Aashish Sharma 

2 thoughts on “Photography! Not a difficult fish to catch

  1. Indeed it is an amazing blog which I came across while reading so many blogs. In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality. There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment. Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is. Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. while reading this blog it felt good to know more about the beauty of photography and the way how photographer feels.

    jai commendable blog written by you:)

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