Mobile Phone Travel Photography – learn photography in தமிழ்

மொபைல் போன் கேமரா நம் வாழ்வில் ஒரு பிரிக்கமுடியாத அங்கமாகிவிட்டது. குறிப்பாக விடுமுறைநாட்களில் சுற்றுலா செல்லும் பொழுதும் பயணங்களின் பொழுதும் நம்மையும் நம் குடும்பத்தாரையும் , சுற்றுலா இடங்களில் நாம் பார்க்கும் இதர அழகான காட்சிகளையும் பழமையான நினைவு சின்னங்களையும், விலங்குகளையும் பறவைகளையும் அழகாக படம் எடுப்பதற்கு இந்த மொபைல் போனிகள் கைக்கு அடக்கமான அதே சமயம் எளிதாக படம் எடுக்க கூடிய கருவியாகும் . யாருடைய உதவியும் இல்லாமல் நாம் காட்சி படுத்த நினைக்கும் எல்லாவற்றையும் மிக எளிதாக படம் பிடிக்க இது நிச்சயம் உதவும். இந்த வீடியோவில் மொபைல் போன் கேமரா கொண்டு அழகான ஒளிப்படங்கள் எடுப்பதற்கு உரிய பல வழிகள் குறித்து பேசியிருக்கிறேன் . வீடியோவில் சொன்ன விஷயங்களை முயற்சி செய்து பாருங்கள் . உங்கள் விடுமுறை படங்களை மறக்க முடியாததாக ஆகுங்கள் .

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10 tips to shoot Sunset and Sunrise in Tamil

Pictures shot by our students during Sunset and Sunrise

Sunrise shot by Arul M.

HOW TO SHOOT THROUGH GLASS?

There are lot of occasions we will be shooting through transparent glasses. Especially scenes from inside a car or airplane, aquariums, merchandise on display, exhibits in a museum, artifacts and lot more. If we are not careful, we may end up with disastrous pictures.

Inside a display case

The following few tips can help you to get the shoots right when you shoot through the glass,

  1. Use manual focus to get the subject behind the glass sharp. Some autofocus cameras may not get your subject sharp when it is behind the glass.
  2. Clean the surface of the glass if possible to get the subject clear. Dirt is a major enemy for shots through the glass.
  3. Shoot from near the glass to make the dirt/scratches go out of focus. This also could take the reflections outside the frame
  4. Use Polarising filter to remove unwanted reflections of the surrounding on the glass. Rotate the glass element of the filter till you see the reflection going off.
  5. Do not use direct on camera flashes while shooting parallel to the glass surface. Stay little diagonal to use a bounce flash light from the ceiling or walls.
  6. Avoid back light as it unnecessarily reveals all the dirt/scratch on the glass
  7. Check for proper exposure as there may be drastic difference in brightness in the scene. Play with exposure bracketing to settle for something you want.
  8. You could try HDR imaging technique for high contrast subjects
  9. Use the best of white balance control to shoot subjects inside glass cases lit with different kinds of display lights.
  10. Include the frame or the edge of the glass using wide angle lenses to establish the glass if you want to show that you are shooting through it.
Inside an Aircraft
Shot from a moving car
Shot from inside a car
Shot from a Giant wheel cubicle
Shoot though Glass – Tamil Video

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Kodak V348 video light -Review

  • Size: 174 X 123 X 19mm
  • Number of LEDs: 348 true colour LEDs
  • Power out put: 25watts
  • Colour temperature: 3200-5500K dedicated colour temperature control
  • Battery: F550 / F770 / F970 with battery power indicator
  • DC power 7.2 to 9.0 volts

Can be used on the DSLR or Mirror less flash mounts

  • Can be tilted from the mounted position.
  • Can be used on regular tripod stands
  • Comes with a built in sliding diffuser for better light quality
  • Application: Good for YouTube bloggers, news, editorial and documentary video production as a main light. Can also be used as a fill-light with other LED lights.
  • Plus: Size, weight and built quality Consistency in out put Battery compatibility With batteries, can be comfortably used in the out doors Good light for simple video production and value for money

Interiors shot by our Alumni Bharath S

Bharath Subbaraman completed his Advanced Diploma in Professional Photography at Ambitions 4 Photography Academy. His passion for Photography led him to study a Professional Photography course after he completed his MBA. We are happy to see him achieve his dreams of becoming a Professional Photographer. His love and enthusiasm for learning the art of Photography has been pivotal in fueling his success.

Admissions open for the 47th Advanced Photography weekend batch

Learn to shoot stunning pictures in the studio, create amazing portraits, model portfolios and more. Understand Studio Lighting techniques in depth.

1. Shooting people Portrait photography – Natural Light Portraits – Window light portraits – Use of reflectors – fill-in flash using portable speed lights.

2. Studio lighting techniques and correction techniques –

Understand studio digital flashlights and accessories. – Creative studio Studio portraits – Learn to shoot pictures of people beautifully and secrets to how to make anyone look great!- Different lighting set ups – model portfolio shooting – fashion and advertising photography involving people/models – outdoor portraits using studio flash and portable flashes – Speedlight controls – slave and master flash set ups.

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