Beyond Photo Tips is a photography resource for enthusiasts who want to learn photography and improve their photography skills.
You’ll come across ideas to improve your photography, tips, and tricks to give your photographs a bit of spice, photography theory that you thought you’d never want to learn, camera hardware reviews, and some photoshop stuff too – for good measure… You’ll also find some very interesting byte-sized tips in the Tiny Tips segment.
Some of the content on the site dates back to 2004 when Susheel started writing about photography on a blogger site. However, BeyondPhotoTips.com itself was registered in 2007; which is when this website got this form.
Why Do We Write?
Our intent in creating this site is to share what we’ve learned about photography over the years, and what we continue to learn today. We also want it to be a forum for interaction with other photographers; for amateurs and professionals, for the serious photographers, and the casual ones.
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Susheel Chandradhas is the owner and primary content writer on Beyond Photo Tips.
He is a Photographer and Filmmaker. He runs ColoursAlive – a digital imaging services agency that specializes in Product, Industrial, and Commercial advertising photography, and video branding for corporates.
Ever since he got his hands on a camera at age 7, he’s been taking photographs and loving the experiences.
He went on to do a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication at Loyola College, Chennai, and Photography and design was very much a part of that education.
John Sudhakar is a professional photographer based in Chennai, India. His focus is on fashion, resorts, and product photography.
He focuses on the byte-sized tips we love to call “Tiny Tips“.
John has a background in business and leather design and has been responsible for creating best-selling garment designs for Germany and Scandinavia before following his passion for professional photography.
These days he is also involved in building customized motorcycles at The Bullet Factory.
Published: October 9, 2007 | Last Updated: September 12, 2021