Tag Archives: Birds

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Underexpose for speed? Use the ISO

ISO vs Under-Exposure – A Noisy Battle Imagine yourself in a tiger reserve at the fag end of the day with light going low rapidly. You are struggling to keep up the shutter speeds (cranked the ISO […]

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#PP1 – A Bad Monitor!

This is my first post about Post-Processing. I have been resisting on posting anything on post-processing because I feel that this is a topic that would be better suited to the video format of blogs […]

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Manual Exposure/Exposure-Lock : Flying Birds and more

So how does one go about planning to shoot birds in flight? There are times when you actually might want to turn the dial to ‘Manual Exposure’ for this one.  Getting a Bird in Flight […]

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Bring Back the Sky in your wildlife images

Photography is all about adding your own perspective to images and today I would want to talk about the Sky and how it can bring about a different perspective. Now, we all know the beautiful […]

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Where is the Light Coming From?

Where is the Light Coming From? Using light well is a trademark of most successful photographers. Lets take a slightly closer look at one of the key components of light. Its direction! There are four […]

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The Foreground Block

In wildlife photography, everyone craves for that fantastic creamy smooth background. Comments such as  Lovely Bokeh What a background Smooth BG Clean nice BG do the rounds of social media every minute. I have also […]

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Heat Waves!!

There are a lot of parameters that photographers need to keep in mind while out on the field clicking. Here is one of the lesser known ones. On my last tour to LRK (Kutch – […]

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The Lying Histogram ?

The Histogram comes in a variety of flavors. The one that is most famous and mostly used is the luminosity histogram. Take a look at the following image and the Luminosity histogram that accompanies it. […]

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