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

Past Issue : August 2014

 

In this Issue

Creating Silhouettes
Diptychs and Triptychs
Gluttonous Gazing - Food Styling & Photography
The Himalayan Motorcycle Diaries
Lowepro Flipside Sport AW Review
Lucid Dreaming
Behind closed doors
 
 
 
 
 

Creating Silhouettes

Do you remember seeing those images where everything is dark yet conveys a mystery? While we all use light as the basic medium to create images, creating silhouettes uses light in completely the opposite direction. This month we shall talk about creating silhouette images with a click!

 
 
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Diptychs and Triptychs

It is not always that you can tell your story in one single picture. Sometimes it takes two or maybe even three images to even three images to tell the whole story. Very often you shoot a subject from different angles and capture its different moods. And when reviewing the images you feel like you have more than one good picture of the same subject to tell its tale. At times like these you can present your images in a technique called diptychs and triptychs.

 
 
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Gluttonous Gazing - Food Styling & Photography

That luscious picture of chocolate dripping off a strawberry? The bite-sized piece of sushi with droplets of water accentuating its freshness? Food is more than something to taste with the tongue; it has first to be savoured with the eyes. The capturing of the moment is in the hands of a good stylist and photographer.

 
 
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The Himalayan Motorcycle Diaries

Our country has diversity in various aspects like culture, heritage, people, lifestyle, terrain and much more than any other seen elsewhere. Each and every month we try our level best to show you and share the very same experiences that we have in this feature of the magazine. This month we take you to the part of the original silk route, one of the most sought after routes by travellers, a journey to Leh, only this time done on a motorcycle.

 
 
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Lowepro Flipside Sport AW Review

We at Asian Photography have been constantly reviewing various camera gear and accessories and keep looking to test and assess newer gear to benefit our readers. Once you have rightfully selected and invested in your photography gear, the next thing you are going to look at is a way to safely transport your gear around securely. This month, we are reviewing a backpack from one of the leading camera bag manufacturers, the Lowepro Flipside Sport AW. Lowepro sent us their blue/light gray Flipside Sport 15L AW backpack. The Flipside Sport AW is specifically designed keeping in mind photographers who need to carry their gear in rough outdoor conditions. We put the backpack to the test, by taking it to severe outdoor conditions where it is designed to be used.

 
 
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Lucid Dreaming

Having accidentally come across photography one day, she took it up as a passionate hobby and later went on to be known as one of the youngest fashion photographers to look-out for in India. Her style of fashion photography is not bound by traditions, and truly is contemporary, in every sense of the word. This month, we enter the imaginary world of 23-year old Delhi-based photographer Bhumika Bhatia and find out what ticks in her brain to create the images that she does.

 
 
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Behind closed doors

When you think about shooting a series you always pick something that you can relate to or something that interests you. Everyone’s perception about series is going to be different, and it is all about how you portray it. If you show the good side of something it’s going to be taken that way and same goes for the bad side. You hold the keys to your story; you just need the right set of frames and shots, and you can make an image out of it. Last month, we spoke about the series Documenting School Kids and how you can do it. This month we’ll talk about ‘Doors’, another series we recently started.

 
 
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