Create animated GIFs using Photoshop

Select frames in Lightroom

Last week’s blog I posted an animated GIF file showing the slipped runner at the Kambala. Since many have asked how it was done, here is the tutorial. You can check the final GIF above. For this to work effectively you need series of photos which are relatively stable. Handheld burst shots I used worked … Read moreCreate animated GIFs using Photoshop

Creating 360-degree Aerial Panorama

Import and Colour Correct in Lightroom

360 aerial Panorama of Moodbidri My good friend Nerenki Parshwanath recently acquired a DJI Mavic Pro Drone. What you are seeing above is a 360 aerial Panorama of Moodbidri stitched using software which I have discussed below. You are seeing most of the 18 Jain basadis including the famous Thousand Pillar Temple of my hometown … Read moreCreating 360-degree Aerial Panorama

Photographing Dragonfly

Fulvous Forest Skimmer Dragonfly

I found this Fulvous Forest Skimmer (Neurothemis fulvia) dragonfly perched on a dry twig in our kitchen garden. I captured this skimmer with Canon EOS 5DS R fitted with Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM. For the illumination I used Godox Ving V860C II E-TTL Li-ion Camera Flash fitted with LumiQuest SoftBox III. My … Read morePhotographing Dragonfly

Learning Zone

Weaver ants on Indian almond leaf

We’ve all have heard of the comfort zone, but did you know there are two other zones? Tom Senninger explained a helpful model of two other zones. According to him, there are three zones. Comfort, Learning & Panic zone. In order to learn we have to explore and venture out into the unknown. We already … Read moreLearning Zone

All About Tripods

MeFOTO GlobeTrotter Travel Tripod Kit

Many photographers casually set up the tripod and use the various tilts and adjustments in a haphazard way. It is preferable, however, to be more methodical in setting up the tripod, if time and situation permit, to provide precise positioning of the camera and the greatest possible stability. ~ Ansel Adams, The Camera On our … Read moreAll About Tripods

Neutral Density Filters

Tranquility

A Neutral Density (ND) filter is a semi-transparent piece of glass that is used to reduce the amount of light entering the camera, enabling a longer exposure time than otherwise possible. This filter also blocks all frequencies across visible spectrum, thereby not introducing any colour cast. That is why it’s called a neutral density filter. … Read moreNeutral Density Filters

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