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Asianphotography May 2022

VISUAL ARTIST, PAINTER, PHOTOGRAPHER

Shweta Malhotra is a well-known visual artist based in New Delhi who is inspired to create visual experiences through her photographs and paintings. Stories, emotions and elements have always captivated her since she was a child. She has made a significant mark in street, commercial, advertising and corporate photography while still relatively new to the art world. Her experience extends beyond corporate communication and publishing projects, as she is also deeply invested in working on issues of greater importance, such as children from diverse communities. She has served on the jury foça number of photography competitions at some of the most prestigious institutions, including IIT Delhi and Kanpur, Delhi University and others. Her photography workshops and photo-walks with the Crafts Museum, Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, and the Indian Academy of Photography have earned her recognition within the industry and beyond. Another feather in her cap was the Art Workshops for Corporates. So in this issue we had a talk with Shweta to know how she captures such wonderful images and what's the secret behind her photographs.

VISUAL ARTIST, PAINTER, PHOTOGRAPHER

8 mins

Street Photography Tips That Will Make You A Good Photographer

Many people like street photography all throughout the world, and the rules are pretty much up to interpretation. However, if you want to enhance your street photography and become a more well-rounded photographer, there are certain pointers and best practises to follow. In this post, we will look at some street photography strategies that can help you become a better photographer. We'll go through the equipment you'll need as well as the software that will assist you in processing your photographs.

Street Photography Tips That Will Make You A Good Photographer

7 mins

How To Master Capturing Street Portraits

Street portrait photography is a lot of fun and gratifying, but it’s not always simple to get a good shot. You may struggle to locate the correct subjects and settings or you may feel uneasy photographing people as you go down the street. Many photographers like taking street portraits, and in this article, we will reveal all of our favourite ideas and techniques for stunning results, as well as explain how to work with varied backdrops, capture unusual poses, and approach individuals for a fast image. When you’re through, you’ll be able to make your own intriguing and compelling images. So, whether you’re new to rookie street photographer or simply want to improve your current talents, keep reading!

How To Master Capturing Street Portraits

6 mins

Tips On Layering In Street Photography

Layering images with many subjects at various depths of focus throughout the frame is a common photographic theme. Having several points of focus may increase attention and attract the viewer in, while also pushing them to scan the entire shot to see everything. It may sometimes construct a more complicated tale in the minds of the viewers or give them a more comprehensive experience of the scene, moment, and atmosphere. Layering does not create a nice photograph in and of itself, but it may enhance a photograph. But there’s a lot more to it than merely arranging items throughout the screen. You still want strength at the heart of everything, whether it’s a key theme, visual sensation, or event. There are no rules in photography or layering, but here are some pointers to assist you enhance your images if you’re attempting to focus on layering.

Tips On Layering In Street Photography

5 mins

50MM STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

There has long been controversy about whether 50mm street photography is the best option, or if wider lenses are a better alternative. Most street photographers prefer lenses with a wider field of view, such as 35mm or 28mm, but that doesn't mean 50mm is useless. In reality, it's the opposite. There are several reasons to choose this focal length while photographing people on the street. Shooting with a 50mm lens opens up a slew of new photography options while imposing certain creative limits, and the results might be among your all-time favourites.

50MM STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

7 mins

Raw Style Street Photography Types

Newcomers to the genre may believe that street photography is simple to define. Street photography is when the street serves as both a site and a subject. That, however, is far too simplistic. There are many different kinds of street photography. There are also numerous street photographers who have their own unique style. There are no defined regulations for street photography. It's adaptable and open to different interpretations. We'll go over some of the many forms of street photography with you. It'll give you plenty of ideas. By the conclusion, you'll be ready to take to the streets and snap your own street scenes.

Raw Style Street Photography Types

3 mins

Essential Smartphone Street Photography Tips

Drop the DSLR in favour of smartphone street photography. You probably didn't expect to hear that. Your smartphone meets all of the criteria for street photography. And can bring you some incredible results. Do you want to know how to get the most of your tiny portable device? Continue reading.

Essential Smartphone Street Photography Tips

8 mins

URBAN VS STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

To define urban, we must first define street photography in order to identify differences and the necessity for distinctiveness. Street photography is most usually defined as the photographing of subjects/people in (public) cityscapes in a documentary-style manner.

URBAN VS STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

4 mins

Simple Technical Tips To Make Candid Street Photography Easier

Street photography puts your hand-eye coordination to the test, as vell as your ability to see and frame intriguing situations as they occur in front of you, your ability to perceive light, your camera's technical abilities, and your ability to be comfortable photographing strangers. While there is no substitute for experience, the purpose of this essay is to assist you in improving your technical abilities and camera settings so that things are lot easier for you. With some efforts, you'll feel as if the camera isn't even there once you've mastered these techniques. When done correctly, it appears that all you have are your eyes and the scene in front of you.

Simple Technical Tips To Make Candid Street Photography Easier

3 mins

ONEPLUS 10 PRO VS IPHONE 13-CAMERA TEST

The OnePlus 10 Pro, the company's flagship smartphone for 2022, has been recently released. It has a fresh look, but other from adopting components of Oppo's Coloros, it follows in the footsteps of past OnePlus models. This means it provides customers with a huge, gorgeous screen, a flexible camera, extremely rapid charging, and consistently speedy performance. It markets itself as a premium flagship as a "Pro" model, but with no OnePlus 10 on the horizon, it also competes with "regular" smartphones such as the iPhone 13.

ONEPLUS 10 PRO VS IPHONE 13-CAMERA TEST

7 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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