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In this issue

In this issue:

Types of photography genres you can pursue as a profession
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Basic tips for diwali

Tips to capture great photos in the dark

Wedding Photography Workshop A Grand Success!

Wedding season is upon us and if there is anything that Indians like, it is a wedding in the family!

Wedding Photography Workshop A Grand Success!

3 mins

Ganpati Aagman

The history of Ganpati celebrations, especially in Mumbai dates way back and isn’t all about religion!

Ganpati Aagman

3 mins

From Field To Frame

Aniruddha Das is one of the very few Sports photographers in India. While sports in itself is extremely popular in India, with cricket, football and hockey getting major attention, sports photography has not really taken off that well. Aniruddha Das has shot live sporting events and has also shot for brands such as Nike, Levi’s, Red Bull, Kingfisher East Bengal and more! We spoke to him to find out how he got into the genre and a lot more!

From Field To Frame

7 mins

How To Get Breathtaking Photographs Of Landscapes In Simple Black And White

Landscape photography looks easy to shoot but requires dedication and hours of hard work. It is not only a difficult genre to pursue, but is an extremely time consuming task. But the end result is worth every penny spent. One of the main attractions of landscape photographs is the beautiful colours that nature has to offer but what if we take colour out of the equation? It becomes even more challenging. Let’s find out how we can get breathtaking photographs of landscapes in simple black and white.

How To Get Breathtaking Photographs Of Landscapes In Simple Black And White

6 mins

Basic Tips For Diwali

Unless you are a professional, most DSLR or Mirrorless owners take photography seriously only on particular events. Diwali is one such festival which is perfect to release the photographer in you. Sometimes it might be difficult to suddenly get that perfect closeup shot of a lamp or a long exposure shot of fireworks on Diwali.

Basic Tips For Diwali

3 mins

Tips To Capture Great Photos In The Dark

Photography means “drawing with light”, and that’s how the sensor in your camera works. Your image sensor is trying to capture the available light. And the less light there is, the worst the quality of the image is (unless you are doing it intentionally of course!). So what can you do when you are capturing images in the dark? Whether it is a dimly lit club or when you are out camping on the mountains, you can still get a nice shot when light is not your best friend any more. A mixture of knowing your basics and a few tips from pros can make any image pop, no matter how dim the light is.

Tips To Capture Great Photos In The Dark

2 mins

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Asian Photography Magazine Description:

PublisherSAP Media Worldwide Ltd

CategoryPhotography

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Asian Photography, the flagship of SAP Media Worldwide Ltd., is the only premier Business to Consumer (B2C) photography magazine in India that caters to the art and science of photography with a persistent emphasis on photographic segment as well as talent. Since its inception 27 years ago, Asian Photography embodies the uniqueness of the Asian spirit and culture both in the professional as well as amateur sector of the growing population of photographic enthusiasts.

Bedsides the technical aspects of photography, it also motivates its readers to explore photography as an Art, as a hobby and as a culture. With the most comprehensive content, which has been appreciated by both the enthusiasts and the industry alike. Asian Photography truly represents the Asian Continent and with its Asia Pacific edition from Singapore, it is being distributed in entire Asia-Pacific region. The unrivalled success of the magazine lies in the unstinted patronage and support extended by the global majors like, NIKON, CANON, SONY, FUJIFILMS, EPSON, PANASONIC, OLYMPUS, TAMRON, PHOTOQUIP and other leading photographic players.

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