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

Past Issue : May 2016

 

In this Issue

Review - Canon EOS 80D
The lust for adventure
Tips for shooting abandoned places
Tips for shooting Music Concert
Vanishing point in your photography
Review - Lava V5
Mobile night photography
Review- Epson V800 photo scanner
 
 
 
 
 

Review - Canon EOS 80D

Canon’s latest horse in the stable – the Canon EOS 80D with a 45-point All Cross-Type AF, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, 24 MP APS-C CMOS and DIGIC 6 has hit the Indian market and is already creating a lot of buzz. The successor of the widely popular EOS 70D, this new camera has a better megapixel count, better viewfinder coverage, better battery life and so on. So we put it to the test and this is what we found out. 

 
 
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The lust for adventure

In a special feature, this month we bring together two photographers who will take us into the action-packed world of adventure and extreme photography. We speak to two photographers who tell us about their journey shooting extreme sports. We caught up with Davel Lehl and Kirill Umrikhin and spoke to them about what it takes to be an adventure photographer, and the challenges and rewards behind it.

 
 
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Tips for shooting abandoned places

Shooting abandoned structures can be really very interesting and can give you so many stories about a place which is slowly taken back by nature. Though the place has become abandoned, there is still a lot of beauty left in the old ruined buildings and structures. It just requires a little work to show everyone else what you see. But there are few important things you should take care of while going to shoot such structures. In this article we are giving you some tips on shooting such abandoned places. 

 
 
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Tips for shooting Music Concert

Photographing live music concerts can be very exciting. While it looks exciting, it is one of the most challenging fields in photography. Imagine your favourite artist is performing in front of you and you get the chance to click his or her photographs. However, with uncontrolled environment, uncontrolled lighting that is constantly changing. On top of that, there are hundreds and thousands of people who paid money to enjoy the event and they are not at all bothered that they are coming in your frame. Also, what all equipments you needs to shoot the music concert? So in this article we are giving some basic tips on how to shoot your first music concert, and what camera settings and equipment you require to get the desired result.

 
 
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Vanishing point in your photography

Photographers always want to capture a different perspective in their photos to amaze their viewers. That makes a photographer more credible and reputed, and also their viewers get to see interesting images. So by showcasing the different perspective in your images always shows the skills and vision of a photographer. In this article we will be giving you some tips on shooting with vanishing points. Shooting with this technique can instantly draw the viewer’s eye to your photographs.

 
 
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Review - Lava V5

The Indian company, Lava, that offers mobiles and tablets, recently launched their new Smartphone Lava V5 in India with the price at Rs. 13,000. The new Lava V5 is focused on its camera, and comes with 4G connectivity. The phone features a 13-megapixel rear camera, as well as an 8-megapixel front camera. The rear camera promises to be packed with many features that we will take a look at in this article. The phone has a 5.5 inch HD IPS display with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 to protect the phone from scratches. The phone runs on Android 5.1 Lollypop OS 2.0 and upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However, does it perform good as it sounds? Read on to find out more.

 
 
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Mobile night photography

Smartphone cameras can today shoot almost anything. With advances in their camera sensors, to a horde of new features added to the in-camera apps, many predict that smartphones are the future of photography. However, can smartphones really shoot anything? One of the most common complaints with smartphone photographers are shooting at night or low-light. Shutter lag, blurry images, grain, are some of the typical problems faced. However, there are ways you can still shoot good images with your cellphone camera.

upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However, does it perform good as it sounds? Read on to find out more.

 

 
 
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Review- Epson V800 photo scanner

The Epson Perfection V800 Photo Scanner is a top-of-the-line scanner that allows users to scan photos, documents as well as film negatives and slides. It is made compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems, and works on systems running Windows XP through Windows 8.1, as well as Mac systems running 10.6.x through 10.10.x. It uses a high speed USB 2.0 connection. It features a dual lens system to increase the accuracy and precision of the scans.

 
 
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