Here are some photography tips and techniques that can inspire you to explore deeper in the world of photography.

1. High-Speed Photography

The best thing of High-Speed Photography is, it “Stop Time” of moments that are hardly seen normally.

A huge load of patience is needed. And some tools such as tripod and narrow aperture. Also you need to use flash while do the shoot.

2. Motion Blur

Motion blur, an art of snatching a moving something. Often used in the sports field, also can be used to create unique images using light. To capture this effect, slow your shutter speed down, then hold the camera button when the subject moves. “Slide” the camera, move it along with the subject before prying the shutter. Keeping the subject stay in the focus, while the object is blurred.

3. Night Photography

There are many beautiful lives that can be caught after dark. For a good quality of night photography, we will need super slow shutter speeds, and a tripod or a sturdy surface to stabilize your camera for long exposures.

4. Lens Flare Effect

Getting a lens to your portrait can be an ugly accident if it’s not planned. Learning to control light bursts is a good way to give your photographs flair a little bit. We can get the effect just by shooting in the direction of the sun and use opposite angles to control the light and make bursts of light near your subject.

5. Zoom Blur Effect

The opaque effect of zoom is a simple way to add a number of “blurred fracture” effects that appear creative to your portrait. To find zoom blur effect, set the shutter speed slow and zoom in or zoom out when prying shutter.

6. Water Drop Photography

Like stopping the time when a drop of water falling, creating unique and artistic images. With this technique you want a small aperture, like f / 11 or f / 14, to keep the water surface focused. Use flash, or the shutter speed is fast as 1/160 or faster to freeze the action.

7. Vintage Photography

Most old portraits have granules that appear inside them because of the different size of halide crystals in film and photo plates. One of the characteristics which made pictures look old.

Older camera capture details and colours less than what common cameras nowadays. Which gave contrast a little less to the photos, made it look softer.

Because film photography is printed using paper and not digitally saved on a computer, portraits will appear to turn yellow gradually because of the paper’s quality. This yellow color becomes a technique that bring nostalgic feeling of one picture.

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