Frame Within a Frame

Frame Within a Frame

If the frame is your window on the world, the composition is where you point it. The “Frame Within a Frame” basically pushes you to find boundaries within boundaries. In Angkor Wat, Cambodia I found this boy was shy and was trying to escape getting captured by me. So I jumped ahead and pre-focused the … Read moreFrame Within a Frame

Diagonal Lines

Diagonal Lines

In my last blog, I talked about leading lines. This blog let us find diagonal lines. Diagonal lines generally work well to draw the eye of an image’s viewer through the photograph. They create points of interest as they intersect with other lines and often give images depth by suggesting perspective. Different studies have been … Read moreDiagonal Lines

Loupedeck Review

Loupedeck Review

The Loupedeck is a recently launched photo editing console designed to speed up your workflow when adjusting images in Adobe Lightroom. Looking something like a DJ’s mixing desk, Loupedeck was developed by a team of ex-Nokia product developers and launched as a crowd-funded project last year. Loupedeck is built exclusively to control Lightroom. The dials, … Read moreLoupedeck Review

Carrhotus Spider

Carrhotus Spider

I captured this Carrhotus Spider on a leaf at Mala near Karkala. It had rained a little while before the shoot. Water drops were still all around its silken cell. I was using Canon EOS 5D Mark IV fitted with Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM with Godox Ving V860C II E-TTL Li-ion Camera … Read moreCarrhotus Spider

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