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How to improve your indoor photography skills

In this blog, we are going to discuss how you can improve your indoor photography skills. Sometimes it becomes the most challenging job to shoot indoors for beginners and for the professional but  Sometimes, you can find beautiful light that is just waiting there for you to use it. There’s nothing like it for an editorial shoot when you need that combination of full lighting control, minimal shooting time, and predictable results. Most of the time your ability comes with knowledge and experience but mastering your light in any situation will enhance your skillset. So let’s discuss some tips which will help you to be an amazing indoor shooter.  Lighting Setups: Window light as just about the most beautiful light you can find when the conditions are right and It can be manipulated with any combination of window dressings such as blinds and curtains. Simply place your subject nearby the window and let the light create much of the portrait’s drama. I like to position the subject so that th

How to Capture Wedding Photos: Few Leading Wedding Photo Tips

  The reason why photographing a wedding may be difficult is because it comprises all genres into one. Always prepare to take portraits, still life, action, sometimes travel and landscape, or even crazy underwater images. These tips will help you handle everything and produce wowful results. 1. Put Together a Shots List Every photographer has a set of successful wedding photography poses, but always ask your clients if they have their own ideas on how they would like to be photographed. If the wedding couple wants to have individual pictures with few guests, you should be aware about it and realize how to organize everything in the best possible manner. Think about all details worthy of being captured and write your Wedding Roundup Photos down. 2. Find a Wedding Family Photo Coordinator The most stressful section of the photoshoot is the family photo. People are running around, you are not acquainted with anyone, visitors are in a ‘festive spirit’ often encouraged by a few drinks, for

Tips To Master The Art of Architectural Photography

  In this digital era people consume and view a large quantity of architecture through photographs as opposed to physical, spatial experiences. The advantages of architectural photography are great; it allows people to obtain a visual understanding of buildings they may never get the opportunity to visit in their lifetime. And architectural photography is largely used in real estate business as well. The following tips aim to not only improve the visual strength of your architectural photography, but also the stories that they can tell and it will also help your real estate clients. 1. Shoot in a variety of weather conditions and times of day: People often tend to seek the most dramatic lighting to shoot architectural wonders, such as sunset hours when shadows are long and colors are bright. It only really encapsulates the building’s atmosphere at one specific point in time. Shooting a series of images during different times of the day, or even in various weather conditions, can help t

How to Get Jewellery Image Retouching Right

4 Tips for Perfect Results 1. Remove Cluttered Backgrounds- Use a White One In the eCommerce industry, employing a white background for images may be a prevalent trend. Most eCommerce platforms, like Amazon & eBay, prefer product images with a white background. Amazon even makes it necessary for the primary product photo to possess a white or transparent background. And permanently reasons too! A plain white backdrop draws attention to the merchandise. Different colors and designs look brilliant over white. It makes the jewellery image pop. Plus, stones and metals begin prominently during a white environment. 2. Tread Lightly with the Reflections and Shadows Most jewellery pieces have stones, metal, and other elements that shine. regardless of how careful you're, their photographs are sure to have some reflections and shadows. Jewellery images can begin as breathtaking, as long as you wisely use the lighting, shadows, and reflections. But, it’s important to notice that these th

Product Photography Tips

1: Use proper lighting Product photography starts with lighting the photo. Without adequate lighting, neither your product nor your background determines what it looks like for you. "The background with white light appears white in the photo, looks gray". Options for product photography lighting are Studio Lighting and Natural Lighting. The product you are drawing, the photo purpose, and the platform you are advertising it on, you have to decide whether natural light is really good for product images featuring foods, people, and clothing. Can work well and these natural-looking photos can work well in social media contexts such as Instagram. 2: Use a tripod Tripods may sound like silly and unnecessary technical devices, but they make a huge difference in the clarity and quality of product photos. And they are not necessarily expensive or difficult to use. Tripods are essentially supports that stabilize your camera with an unsteady hand. Using a tripod will ensure that blur is

Portrait Photography: 5 Tips to begin with

If you are looking to sharpen your portrait photography skills, this blog post is for you. As a Photographer you already know the basics of portrait photography but that isn’t enough for stunning Portraits.   As per Wikipedia, Portrait photography or portraiture in photography is a photograph of a person or group of people that captures the personality of the subject by using effective lighting, backdrops, and poses.  If you want to capture the true personality and emotion of your subject, you need to plan the scenario in which you can express them with your portraits. So here are 7 tips that will help you improve your Portrait photography skills: Frame of the portrait Play with lights Use of Props Take candid shots Planned timing and location   1. Frame of the Portrait: Having your subject in the middle of the frame with a good background makes a stunning portrait but you should try more angles to discover which is the best suited frame for your portrait. You should have realistic sho

Image Masking

Photos masking is a process of graphics software like Photoshop to hide some portions of an image and to reveal some portions. It is a non-destructive process of image editing. Most of the time it enables you to adjust and tweak the mask later if necessary. Very often, it is efficient and more creative way of the image manipulation services. Photo Masking is usually either about changing the transparency level of the portion of the picture or removing it from the rest of the image. Masking comes very handy when you have to remove a portion of the picture from the rest but the poorly defined edges are making things difficult for you. The photo masking service of various photo editing tools is used widely for designing the product catalogues as well as presentations. The photo masking feature is often used in combination with the technique called clipping path. They are used to remove the background from a complicated or difficult image. Such images are mostly used commercially on


It is common knowledge that capturing scintillating jewellery pictures is a daunting task. Filigreed pieces often fail to be captured in full details whereas the reflection from gemstones renders them dull in images. Professional snap clarity also depends on strategic lighting and jewellery dimensions. If you fail to harness the potential of sophisticated camera techniques, your promising business prospects can be dampened by poor photography. This is where jewellery retouching becomes inevitable. Retouching is imperative to attract the attention of online jewellery shoppers by highlighting to them the exquisiteness of your products. You need to hire professional retouchers knowledgeable about entire effective jewellery retouching techniques to carry out the entire array of touching up activities like removal of background, fine-tuning light, and reflection, eliminating blemishes, adjusting contrast and dark spots, and final image resizing. In fact, there are numerous technique

Benefits Of Retouching

It takes years of practice to take professional photos using your pin and point camera. Even the most professional camera equipment in the world cannot prevent people from bursting into the background of your holiday photos or wedding snapshots; or eliminate noise, blurriness, pimples or wrinkles from your otherwise perfect pictures. By using free online photo editors your photos often look overdone and artificial. That's where photo retouching services come in.  Photo Retouching Services can correct colour and exposure of the image, remove unwanted things, and even create realistic composites of multiple shots. A good quality image can surely help you in growing your personal brand popularity and getting new clients. It doesn’t matter in which field you deal with; a good quality image is mandatory for your business to grow it rapidly. The best way to explain your business or the best way to talk to your visitors on this World Wide Web is through pictures. The first thing ev

Newborn Photogrpahy

A New Era of newborn photo shoots has blossomed. No longer just for baby models and greeting cards, it has become commonplace for parents to blanket social media with their wee Sophias and Aidans ensconced in cheesecloth cocoons or tucked into rustic wooden buckets. I believe the prevailing newborn shoot aesthetic is deeply dreamy and homespun- Pinterest-y, if you will. It is a great way to hold onto the memories of childhood. This crazy phenomenon can be well explained by the following lines- If you are getting married and you want to capture that day, you hire a wedding photographer. In a similar way, if you have a baby and you want to capture the baby and really have these beautiful moments, then you need to hire a New born photographer. New parents love newborn portraiture. I feel it enables them to capture a fleeting moment in their lives, one that is impossible to get back. New Born Photography is the only area where photographer is solely responsible. They need to have the

Tips for photographers to create better reach on social media

Use Trending Hashtags and Topics to Draw More Attention: This is a quick, easy, and fun way to engage in social media culture. You need to be up to speed with relevant hashtags and current trending topics. This will help you to put your page to trending hashtags list and people can follow you up,  especially when you practice this on Instagram. Use Social Media marketing tools for paid and unpaid promotion: There are tons of social media marketing tools available on the internet like Hootsuite, Buffer, Mavsocial, etc. You can use these tools to improve your social media reach. Choose Between Niche Appeal or Massive Diversification: The niche appeal strategy is popular with photographers who specialise in one field. For this strategy to work, all your social media content must follow it. It must be tailored to represent a very recognizable and particular aesthetic. There’s several benefits to niche appeal strategies. Clients interested in booking you will know exact

Why you can’t use presets on every photo

Post production is an essential part of the photography process. A picture does not get published without some finishing applied on them. Automation tools such as presets and actions help speed up this process, but there is a danger in using them. Before we go all crazy on why you should not be using the presets, let’s first discuss what is Preset: Probably the easiest way to explain Presets is that they are preset editing settings. When you’re using Lightroom to edit your photographs, you move controls–called sliders–to change settings like color saturation, brightness, and contrast. If you get a particular combination of settings to your liking, you can then save that combination of settings as a preset–it’s pre-set, get it? When you apply the preset to your photos, it will automatically adjust all of the settings that you had saved. We as a professional retoucher don’t use preset as every image needs a different touch every time, presets can help speed up the process of