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Asianphotography March 2022

Samsung Launches Galaxy S22 Series in India

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22+, and S22 smartphones have landed in India. This year, Samsung chose to launch the top S Series phone in India using a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU rather than an Exynos chipset.

Samsung Launches Galaxy S22 Series in India

2 mins


Portrait photography is a difficult process that is tightly linked to psychology and necessitates dialogue, empathy, and a sense of aesthetics. Plus-size models are no exception when it comes to picture shoots. It’s critical to be conscious of what’s beautiful, to be discreet, and to recognise that making the wrong selection might have far-reaching consequences. Portrait photography shows people in their most natural state. The subject should be happy when looking at these photos. We photographers bear some responsibility for the impressions we leave on our models. The setting we create for them can be quite beneficial, allowing them to progress in their personal development, accept themselves for who they are, and improve their mental health.

3 mins

Best Places To Capture Holi In India

The most anticipated celebration of all time, with odd rituals, mouth-watering Mathris and Ghujias, DJs and Bhaang, and a sprinkling of colours, sparkles, music, and dancing. Take-A-Breath. That is Holi for you! In India, Holi is a time of year when people raise a glass to the country’s diversity. Where people of all castes, creeds, genders, ages, and backgrounds join together in harmony to celebrate the festival of colours.

6 mins

The Complete Guide To Capture Holi For Photographers

Holi, or the Hindu Festival of colours, is one of the most popular Indian holidays, and it is both incredibly joyful and vibrant, as well as deeply entrenched in old customs and mythology. This is unquestionably a must-see event at least once in a lifetime. As such, the purpose of this essay is to inform you on the why, what, where, when, and how to just enjoy the experience or photograph this beautiful festival.

7 mins

Easy Mobile Photography Tips For Holi

There’s no better time than Holi to capture some vibrant images of the celebrations. We’ll learn how to make the most out of your Holi photos by using your smartphone. Thankfully, smartphone photography has advanced significantly in recent years, and it is now much better. The sheer number of cameras at the back has increased dramatically, with triple or four cameras becoming standard. The iPhone 11 Pro has three cameras, the Galaxy S20+ has four, and even mid-range cheaper phones like the Realme 5 Pro, Redmi Note 8 Pro and Realme 6 Pro have four cameras on the back. We’ve compiled a list of Holi photography tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your photos.

4 mins

Steps to Photographing Your Art Like a Professional

An artist devotes a significant amount of effort to honing their trade. Then, fatigued from working on a painting for hours on end, they sometimes overlook the most critical step of the process: documenting the work. Too many of them are clueless about the details and settle for a few lousy photos before mailing the artwork out. Because artists must submit work digitally for exhibits, grants, presentations, and their public profile page, superb photography provides the initial impression of their art and expertise.

4 mins

Effective Methods for Learning Photography without Joining Photography School

Photography is unquestionably the modern art form. Practically everyone now has access to a camera, and inexpensive, highlevel editing software has inflated the medium. As a result of all of this, a new generation of amateur photographers has arrived in greater numbers than ever before. But, for those who want to move on from their rookie status, do they need photography school? Teaching any form of creative activity is fraught with peril, especially for people’s values and money balances. But, at an age when many professional photographers struggle to find paid work, do you really need formal training to compete with the millions of photographs on Instagram and Flickr? It’s critical to first determine why you desire the talents.

Effective Methods for Learning Photography without Joining Photography School

10 mins

GoPro Hero 10 Black

As you might know that GoPro launched the Hero 10 Black a recently at a price of ₹54,500 in India and we’ve finally decided to review it. We’ve reviewed the previous devices as well and you can see those reviews on our website or on our YouTube channel as well. But as you know that we have a unique style of reviewing things which isn’t really similar to what others do. So let’s take a look at the 10 and see whether or not should you go for this.

GoPro Hero 10 Black

5 mins

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Asian Photography Magazine Description:

PublisherSAP Media Worldwide Ltd




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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