10 Tips For Successful Street Photography

10 Tips For Successful Street Photography

Street photography at its heart is about documenting everyday life and society from the streets. Street photography can be practiced everywhere and you do not need to travel extensively to capture great shots. Street photography is a candid artform, done without the permission or knowledge of your subject. This does not mean that pictures cannot […]

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17 Travel Photography Tips For Clicking Better Pictures

People often look to souvenirs to remember an amazing trip, we look to beautiful photographs taken by our cameras. Travel photography is like travelling in a time machine, freezing memories from a journey so amazing that you can just look back at it and enjoy it for years. It may also help others find inspiration. Every […]

Six things to know about Mirrorless Cameras

Shopping for a camera? The hype seems to revolve around mirrorless cameras. Should you buy it? This article goes through 6 facts that one must know about mirrorless cameras, which might help you make the decision.  What is a mirrorless camera? As the name suggests, it is a camera that has no mirror. It is […]

Top 10 Photography Lighting Facts You should Know

Top 10 Photography Lighting Facts You should Know And how you can apply them in your photography.

Broader light source gives softer illumination A broader source of light decreases shadows, contrast and suppresses the texture. The narrower the source, harder the light will be. Light from a broad source hits the subject from more directions, which tends to fill in shadows and give even illumination to the scene. This can be used […]

Street Photography Tips

Taking a photo for street photography can be difficult for many people. Luckily, there are tried and true methodologies you can use to make street photography less overwhelming. Perspective On occasion advancing toward something from a substitute edge can reveal a subject in an entirely unexpected light! It’s equal with photography structure. Unpredictable perspectives influence […]

Old Delhi Street Photography Walk For Mike Janis

This street photography walk was arranged for Mr Mike Janis on a rainy afternoon on 21 Sep 2019. It started raining heavily soon after we started and it’s effect on the city and it’s inhabitants is visible in the pictures. We covered a number of streets with old houses and and specialised markets like those […]

Monuments of Agra

Taj Mahal stands majestically on the banks of River Yamuna. The name “Taj Mahal” is derived from the name of Shah Jahan’s wife Mumtaz Mahal and means “Crown Palace”. The purity of the white marble, precious gemstones, the exquisite ornamentation used and its picturesque location, makes a visit to the Taj Mahal gain a place […]

Monuments of Delhi

1. Humayun’s Tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor, Humayun in New Delhi. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun’s first wife, Bega Begum. It was built in 1565 A.D., nine years after the death of emperor Humayun. Humayun’s Tomb stands within a complex of 27.04 hectares that includes other contemporary, 16th century Mughal garden-tombs […]

Street Photography Tour Of Old Delhi for Mr Bob Costall

Following photographs were shot by Mr Robert R Costall during his street photography tour of Old Delhi with us on 22 Nov 2018. We walked through some markets and streets in Old Delhi and took photographs of people, streets and shops. For more pictures by Mr Costall, check this link: https://costallcreations.smugmug.com/Outside-Canada/India/ Review from Tripadvisor: “Old Delhi […]