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

Past Issue : October 2015

 

In this Issue

Landscape Maestro
Double exposure portraits
Photo Project – Deconstructing Landscapes
Mobile HDR Photography
Sony A7RM2 Review
How not to kill a photograph?
 
 
 
 
 

Landscape Maestro

With humble beginnings in a small town at the foothills of the Western Ghats in South India, this nature-lover had his first tryst with photography with the camera that his father gifted him. After moving to California in 2010, he continued his passion with a renewed zeal for vast natural landscapes and has never looked back. His work has been featured in National Geographic Traveller, publications of National Geographic , DK Eyewitness travel guide, Landscape Photography magazine, Yahoo, Washington Post among others. This month, we speak to Sankar Salvady about his eternal zest for travel, nature and people photography.

 
 
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Double exposure portraits

Double exposure photography has been a topic of much interest for a very long time. This technique was introduced during the film shooting days when photographers discovered that exposing the same film multiple times created beautiful and surreal images. It has since been used and implemented even in the digital era of photography. In this article we discuss double exposure and talk about the differences of implementation of the same in photography and photo art. 

 
 
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Photo Project – Deconstructing Landscapes

Every subject in every field needs exercise, be it mathematics, physics, bodybuilding or photography. Just as an unused iron catches rust, a photographer tends to lose interest over long periods of time if restrained from shooting. Photo projects are the best way to keep on honing your skills, and it brings out great results too! This month we decided to try a photo project of our own and here is how it turned out.

 
 
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Mobile HDR Photography

Mobile phone technology advancing day by day, there is little that cameras in phones cannot do. Mobile cameras can now give you most features that DSLR cameras do. One such feature is HDR. Read on more to find out about how you can get HDR photos using your mobile phone cameras.

 
 
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Sony A7RM2 Review

Sony’s Alpha series is well-known and has always been appreciated by photographers, and with its latest addition the Alpha 7R Mark II is said to bring exciting new features to the table. With its power-packed 42.4 Megapixel full-frame EXMOR R CMOS sensor, 4K video recording and Dolby Digital Sound, this camera hopes to deliver a lot. So we decided to give this one a go and see if it stays true to its promises!

 
 
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How not to kill a photograph?

There are thousands of good photographers on the internet, but there are an even greater number of bad photographers. Photography is an art form that does not just revolve around the art of framing a photograph. Other processes like knowing how to use a camera, knowing how to edit well etc affect the final result, which is the photograph itself. While working for photography magazines, it is common to find potentially beautiful images being ruined by over the top editing, or use of wrong camera settings or even bad compositions.  In this article we will talk about all the things that can and does oftentimes ruin a potentially beautiful photograph. 

 
 
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