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14 Ways to Make Special Moments Last a Lifetime
Taking care to memorialize the special moments in your life is a sacred assignment, but just as important is making the photographs stand out rather than confining them to a drawer or an album where they will be viewed from time to time rather than daily.
5 Portrait Photography Tricks for Stunning Portraits
Photography is an art and art needs constant experimenting and polishing. Of the various styles of photography, let’s talk about portraiture. Portrait photography focusses on a person or a group of people and helps capture the personality of the subject. Gone are the days where the subject would look into the photographer’s camera and have only a serious monotonous expression captured. The new trend is to experiment when it comes to portrait photography. While the subject still remains the focus of the portrait, the background and other elements cannot be ignored entirely. Here we give you 5 photography tricks that has a seal of approval from reputed portrait photographers: 1.…
Weird Art Compilation
In the past, we have published a few articles about intriguing weird art on our sister blog called OddNews. You can find below a compilation of those posts.
Paintings from Pictures: Establishing the Artistic Vision
The distinct link between photography and painting has been a subject of discussion since the invention of the former in 1839. Many painting enthusiasts were convinced that photography was putting painting out of business and lamented a loss prematurely. Photographers feared that the painters did not perceive them as serious artists. The two arts have competed over the years, each trying to outdo the other. However, painting and photography are quickly becoming complementary and the artists realize that each can enhance the other. Photography has been elevated as an art by the understanding of painting. Photography was originally focused only on realism which represents the subjects truthfully without artistic conventions…