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These Household Items are Sure to enhance your Food Photographs

Food photos so heavenly, you want to ditch whatever it is you’re doing and rush right to your refrigerator! We’re talking lip-smacking, mouth-watering, awkward-sounds-coming-out-of-your-belly delicious food photographs. Now, this might make many a budding food photographer nervous, as this sounds like an elaborate business, right? WRONG. You’ve got your DSLR, yeah? The only other equipment you need is the basic stuff lying in your house. The stuff you don’t pay much attention to. Read up to see what we mean:

1. White curtains

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Panoramas getting too Clichéd for You? Try Vertoramas!

We’re absolutely fascinated by the ever-evolving gloassary of photography. Vertoramas, have been around the block for a couple of years, and you have no idea how much fun they are to experiment with. Read up on to understand all about this interesting feature.

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5 Ways to Protect Your Photos on the Web and Address Violations

Find yourself screaming “stop stealing my goddamn sh*t!” every other day as soon as you get online? You’re not alone. With more and more publishing avenues surfacing on the web today, every photographer goes through this. Now, while it’s practically impossible to put a full stop to all the stealing, you can very well make it challenging for the thieves in your own wicked ways. Follow these tips to prevent your photos from being stolen:

PS: Yes, we understand that watermarking is not your most preferred solution. Read up on!

1. Copyright your images

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5 Easy Tricks to Get People to Genuinely Smile in Photos

Sad faces with plastic smiles aren’t a pretty picture now, are they? Read up on to know how to get your subjects to burst into heart-felt, ear-to-ear smiles…

We’ve all seen them. Portraits with smiles so fake, they not only become obvious, but ruin the whole damn picture. Photographs of people that make you jump up and say “he so forced a smile in there!” or “eh, looks like she ‘said cheese’ for far too long”. The thing is, the most critical aspect of portrait photography is getting the emotions – nay, real emotions – on point. Whether it’s tears, sadness, shock, or sheer happiness, you can’t do justice to the subject unless you’re able to communicate the emotions.

So, for the purpose of this article, let’s take a moment to analyse exactly how to make your subject comfortable enough to break into the most real of emotions – a smile. Take note:

1. Smile yourself

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10 Wedding Photography Mistakes to Avoid at Any Cost

So much happening. So much to capture. And, so much room for mistakes. Wedding photography is easily one of the toughest genres out there. Regardless of a good team, great equipment, and your keen eye for detail, some issues are bound to arise. When you start shooting weddings, you have to keep reinventing yourself with each wedding. After all, the more flavour you bring to the table, the better your work is considered to be.

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