Past Issue : September 2021

 

In this Issue

Tripping on Photography - Auditya Venkatesh
Geometry & Symmetry Around You!
Difference between Vibrance and Saturation in Photography
How to Photograph the Moon
5 Tips for Taking Gorgeous Maternity Photos
 
 
 
 
 

Tripping on Photography - Auditya Venkatesh

A self-taught photographer, Auditya Venkatesh has created his own mark in the industry – he not only works with some of the tops brands all over the world, but also he has amassed a huge amount of followers across his social media platforms with the power of his creative and powerful imagery. Unlike most artists, Auditya doesn’t believe in limiting himself to one particular form of art; he has tasted success across art forms. From travel and architecture photography to working with world famous celebrities and brands, Auditya has worked across multiple genres of photography – not letting any one thing define him or his work. We spoke to him about his foray into photography, how he captures compelling stories with his phone camera and more.

 
 
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Geometry & Symmetry Around You!

Geometry - one of the subjects that many of us hated when we were in school. Learning theorems and calculate sin, cos and tan wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea, right? Don’t worry, we are not here to bore you with complex calculations or drawing the perfect in circle. This won’t be that kind of geometry. In layman terms, geometry is the brand of mathematics that deals with points, surfaces and shapes. In photography, geometrical elements aid photographers in capturing images that draw the eye of the viewer. Symmetry, on the other hand, is similarity or likeness between two parts on opposite sides. For example, if you divide a rectangle in half from the top to the bottom, the part of the rectangle on the left will be similar to the one on the right. And here’s the most interesting part, many of the compositional principles of photography make use of geometry and symmetry to a certain extent. If you are wondering how, read on!

 
 
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Difference between Vibrance and Saturation in Photography

Despite the fact that they serve the same purpose, vibrance and saturation are not the same. You may not obtain the best results if you use them alternately. Fortunately, distinguishing between them isn't all that difficult.


What is Saturation?


Saturation brings out the best in every colour in an image. You'll obtain an extremely vivid image if you move the saturation slider all the way to the right. In terms of colour, your results will be nearly cartoonish.


When you move the saturation slider all the way to the left, you'll get an image with almost little color. Simply said, saturation may diminish colors and turn them to black and white.

 


What Is Vibrance?


Vibrance brings out certain colours in a picture. It identifies muted or undersaturated colours and enhances their visibility. All of the subdued colours in your image will be altered if you move the vibrance slider all the way to the right. They will draw attention to themselves and balance out your image. The colours in your image that are already saturated will not be altered.


In the portrait photography genre, the vibrance tool is highly useful. It's great for altering skin tones because it's selective when it comes to enhancing colours. The vibrance tool, like the saturation tool, is accessible in most editing applications.




 
 
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How to Photograph the Moon

Have you ever gazed up at a full moon in the evening sky and felt as if you could reach out and touch it? The moon has long been shrouded in mystery. Some claim it has an impact on human behavior, sleep, and ocean tides. Hospital emergency rooms and jails are said to fill up whenever there is a full moon, and there have been numerous accounts of unusual events in general during a full moon.


Because it is the largest and brightest celestial object in the night sky, the moon is magnificent and relatively easy to capture for photographers. Fortunately, the moon is huge enough that you can photograph it with a standard telephoto lens. The moon is much brighter than you may expect, and it is easily overexposed. However, it is bright enough that you may choose a shutter speed that is quick enough to avoid the need for a tracking mount. It takes time and practice to get the correct exposure.

 
 
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5 Tips for Taking Gorgeous Maternity Photos

These pregnancy photography ideas can help you obtain some beautiful maternity photographs during your next session, whether you have your gorgeous, pregnant subject set up and ready to go, or you’re studying for future projects.

 
 
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