The core of photography as a technique is lights

There are two major types of photography lights. One is natural photography lighting and the other one is artificial photography lighting which you would have seen in all the studios. As a photographer, you will not decide which kind of lighting suits you but you will have to understand the difference and nature of both the types of photography lights.

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Traditional and Photojournalism Wedding Photography Styles

Choosing a wedding photographer may sound to be an easy task, but, it should be taken very seriously. Though every photographer has his or her unique style of photography, these days professional wedding photography is dominated by two major commercial styles, namely traditional photography and photojournalism. Traditional photography is considered to be less creative form of photography which is performed in a controlled environment and often produces good quality results because the subjects are captured with maximum pose and lighting effects.

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Sell Your Photography Online

I’m constantly getting questions on how to sell your photography. Particularly trying to sell your photography online through stock photography agencies.

Many of you take gorgeous landscape, flower and insect photos and when you see a lot of the photos that are “out there”, you start to think, “My photos are better than that! I should sell them online!”

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Is Photography Really An Art?

Photography is an art which defines the vision and thought of a photographer. Photography art is the mixture of creativity as well as science which helps in creating such marvelous pictures. Photography is important in advertising as well as journalism and every picture expresses a story. An image is the only way of expressing the thoughts of a photographer. A photographer has to be very careful while capturing images as he has to make sure that there is adequate light and enough exposure. When a photograph is technically modified it should be carefully done as it might just spoil the quality of the image.

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