Articles by Abhilash Pavuluri
Jan 07, 2018
Starting with the niche world of film photography in the era of digital photographyIn an age where photos take less than a second to get captured, film photography could be considered a step back in time.
Dec 31, 2017
A photographer's guide to 2017: The year where smartphones stepped up their photography game and drones took over the skiesWe’ve gotten better than ever with mobile phones, drones are slowly taking over helicopters for aerial shots and cameras are getting all the more advanced.
Dec 17, 2017
360 photography 101: Here’s how useful 360 photography really isThe difference here between 360-degree photography and a panorama is that the photos can span an entire 360-degree field of view, which is more immersive.
Dec 10, 2017
A simple guide to composition in photographyYou can take a an ordinary flower and turn it into something magical just with the right composition techniques.
Dec 03, 2017
A primer on post processing and photo manipulation: Here is how you can significantly improve the images you have capturedFor this week’s photography column, you won’t be touching your camera at all.
Nov 26, 2017
Getting Nifty With the Fifty: All about the cheapest DSLR lens On The MarketNifty-Fifty is a nickname for the 50mm f/1.8 prime lens. It’s a prime lens with that gaping f/1.8 aperture, usually even 1.7.
Nov 12, 2017
Here are two niche categories of cinematography that can set you apartWe continue our small deviation from the usual still photography articles and concentrate on some unconventional forms of photography.
Nov 05, 2017
Getting into filmmaking with digital cameras: An introductionUnless you’re Rajamouli and you have the budget, filmmaking can be done with even the simplest of gear available to you.
Oct 29, 2017
The state of smartphone photography at the end of 2017The smartphone photography industry WAS a niche industry that’s now been gaining momentum like never before.
Oct 18, 2017
Diwali 2017: Here is everything you need to keep in mind while photographing fireworksDiwali is a perfect setting to get a lot of bokeh shots: the shots where you have dreamy spheres in the background which makes the whole photo look pretty.