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

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In this Issue

10 shots every travel photographer must click
Travel photography with Pros
Shoot My City: Ratnagiri
Travel Portraits
Mobile Travel Photography
All about panoramas
Review: Nikon D7200
 
 
 
 
 

10 shots every travel photographer must click

Summer is right around the corner and photographers are particularly excited about it! It’s no surprise that every photographer is planning a trip or two this holiday season. But for beginners and for semi professionals who have never taken on travel photography before this is a good opportunity to take their cameras out and go crazy. But questions like "What do I shoot?”, "What would make a good travel photograph?”, "What kinds of photographs can I expect?” keep cropping up. This article is aimed to answer these questions in details and to clear the air about travel photography and name ten must have shots while travelling. 

 
 
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Travel photography with Pros

This month we spoke to three travel photographers from around the world who told us about their journey around the world. From American photographer’s Gary Arndt’s stunning travel landscapes, Ralph Velasco’s sharp eye for capturing travel portraits, to Delhi, India based photographer Dheeraj Paul’s knack of shooting the colourful essence of a city, we will take you on a journey across the world. These photographers talk about everything, from why they like travel photography to what sort of preparation goes into it. 

 
 
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Shoot My City: Ratnagiri

There are a lot of places that one can go to when they want beautiful pictures, but one such place on the shores of Maharashtra that is beautiful, yet less explored is Ratnagiri! 

 
 
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Travel Portraits

While travelling during a vacation one of the major things that you end up shooting are portraits. Portraits of people travelling with you, local people, they are an essential add-on to your picture series, if you are planning on documenting the place you are visiting thoroughly. 

 
 
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Mobile Travel Photography

With the turn of the century, phone started getting cameras, and slowly, today, they’re battling against DSLRs. With almost each new phone being launched there is either an increase in the megapixel or a new camera feature introduced. Now, everyone has a phone with a camera. A lot of times, when you travel, you might not want to carry a bulky DSLR, and might choose to rely on your phone camera for clicking your travel images. Trust us, it might not rival the DSLR, but it will get the job done just fine, at one-tenth the weight. We are going to discuss some travel photography tips and tricks for mobile phone cameras that you can put to use, to get the best shots possible.

 
 
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All about panoramas

Sometimes a wide lens falls short to capture the breathtaking outdoors in terms of angle of view. Sometimes we wish we could see what the eye sees. An eye, no doubt, is an extraordinary lens, and cannot be duplicated in any camera. However, what we can do is make a panorama. We actually can stitch two or more photographs to increase the angle of view and somewhat replicate or even go beyond the angle of view of our eye! In this article we discuss how to shoot, stitch and edit a panorama. So the next time you are travelling and you need to shoot a panorama, this article might help!

 
 
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Review: Nikon D7200

With a resolution of 24.2 million pixels DX-format CMOS image sensor, together with EXPEED 4 image processing, Nikon launched the D7200 recently. Free of an optical low-pass filter, the D7200 boasts of ISO 25,600 (two full stops higher than the D7200's predecessor) for low-light images. The camera also features NFC to establish a Wi-Fi connection. We got hold of a D7200 this month and tested it, read on to find out how it performed.

 
 
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