SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Past Issue : August 2020

 

In this Issue

Pro Profile - Cory Richards
Into The Wild
The Majestic Golden Hour
The Magic of Blue Hour
Music Concerts in a frame
 
 
 
 
 

Pro Profile - Cory Richards

Not many can call themselves a Photographer and an Adventurer. Not because they can’t, but probably because they won’t put themselves in a situation that stretches them to their limit and beyond. Cory Richards on the other hand seems like a photographer who is born out of adventure. Bhavya Desai speaks to him about his innate sense of adventure, his personal journey, mental toughness and his recent collaboration with a car manufacturer.

 
 
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Into The Wild

The jungle, so incredibly rich offers so much to learn. Nothing is peaceful than spending most of your time in the nature and studying God’s incredible creation. Wildlife photography is an art that allows us to capture moments and behaviors of different animals. Understanding their nature and making them comfortable with your presence is the work of loads of patience. It is important to give animals their own time and space to trust us. It will take hours of silence to reach out to them, while maintaining safe distance. Once we gained their trust and respect, they will allow you into their world. This is what wildlife photography is all about.

 
 
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The Majestic Golden Hour

As the sun rises, a fresh start begins. Nothing can be more peaceful than to start your day with a beautiful sunrise and end with the serene views of the sunset. Have you ever thought of capturing this in your frame? ‘Golden Hour’ is a time just after a sunrise or before sunset, through which daylight is redder and softer than the harsh sunlight. When the Sun is low above the horizon, sun rays must penetrate the atmosphere for a greater distance, reducing the intensity of direct light. More blue light is scattered, so if the sun is present, its light appears more reddish and Sun’s low angle above the horizon produces longer shadows.

 
 
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The Magic of Blue Hour

The blue hour is the period of twilight that occurs when the Sun is in significant depth below the horizon so that the sunlight’s blue wavelengths dominate the sky due to the Chappuis absorption caused by ozone. It is a state of natural lighting that commonly takes place around the nautical stage of the twilight period. While this phenomenon might seem difficult to understand, for a photographer this might be one of the best natural lighting setups that they can hope for. In this article let’s look at the magic of the blue hour and how can we make the best use of that.

 
 
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Music Concerts in a frame

If photography breathes soul into pictures, then music sets the soul on fire with a medley of words and rhythm. But what would the outcome be if we combine both the art forms? For photographers, music concerts offer the perfect platform for capturing both the art forms together. Anyone who put their heart and soul in their work will certainly come up with great piece of artwork. But in order for you to capture the best images you need to acquire certain skills through your hard work and dedication. But before you embark on that journey here are a few tips to help you get started.

 
 
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