Sudakaran Gnanasegaram

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How to Take a Self Portrait

Although you might think that a photographer would love taking a self portrait, it’s actually one of the most difficult pictures to take. With self …

How To Shoot Amazing Photographs Indoors With Nothing But Window Light

For some photos, nothing beats the natural beauty of ambient light. When used correctly natural light can create soft portraits that bring out great …

How Using Just One Light Will Make You a Better Photographer

Many times, one light is enough.<p>The master of the “one light,” Zack Arias once racked up a huge debt from being a gear head. From this experience, he …

Tips for Using Patterns in Photography

Patterns are basically just repeated shapes, objects or colors either ordered in precise formations or just random designs scattered across a scene. …

How Light Can Be Used in Photography

Photography cannot exist without light. From the beginning of photography, the only element that had to be present for photography to exist was …

How I Shot My 'Mini World' Image

Over on our Facebook page this week we shared our recent ‘Small World‘ post featuring some of our readers shots of miniature figurines shot in larger …

Making Sense of Lightroom’s Grid View

Lightroom's Grid View: Today, I’m going to take a closer look at the Grid View (part of the Library module) and show you how to customise the display.

Blast from the Past: 1965 Pentax Spotmatic Review

Photography has a rich history that is really fun to peer back into once in a while when you have a spare minute to stop oogling over the next piece …

Professionalism in photography

<i>Photographers at work; from the NYC 2013 workshop.</i><p>One commonly asked (and commonly mis-answered) question on the internet these days is around the …

Behind the Scenes: New York City Long Exposure

Posted By on Thursday, October 24, 2013 in Lightroom Tips | 14 comments<p>I’m in New York this week for the annual PDN PhotoPlus Conference and brought …

Morgan Miller: Lighting for Beauty

Fashion and Beauty photographer Morgan Miller was born and raised in New York City. He has shot for various fashion brands and has been the featured …

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Kapsones Custom Lens Hoods Can Give Your Gear Some Colorful Flair

Want to give your plain-looking camera a dash of color? Kapsones can help you do that. It’s a new line of custom lens hoods — the company describes …

21 Spooky Portraits

Halloween is almost here so today we thought we’d put together a collection of slightly spooky portraits (click each to be taken to the photographers …

Stop Motion Music Video Made From 4000 Portrait Photos

<i>Head in a cloud.</i> It’s the final line in the chorus of The Paper Kites’ new single “Young,” and it’s also the way that viewers feel as they watch the …

Using Light Shaping Tools to Create Realistic Ambient Light for Outdoor Portraits

Although sunny days are great for getting out of the house and enjoying the outdoors, they’re not always the best days for shooting as the high …

Seeking Adventure Through Timelapse Photography

We all seek comfort. And for many of us, that comfort comes through routine. But at what point should you break out of your comfort zone? What are …

Beginner Street Photography

We all have to start somewhere with our photography and one of the big questions I get asked by students is where do we begin. There is just so much …

Whiter shade of pale [Explore 28.05.13]

The color of Summer in Copenhagen