Susheel Chandradhas is a Photographer and videographer. He has been taking photographs and studying photography since he was a kid. His classmates all believed that he would write a book on photography... Instead, he writes this blog (because - isn't a community more fun?). His passions include photography, parkour, wide-angle lenses, blue skies, fire extinguishers, and fast computers.
There are party pictures, and there are party pictures. This is why you need to know how to make yours stand out from the crowd.Read More »How to Take Better Party Pictures! (16 Tips)
Since the advent of digital photography, photographers have wanted more detail, and to many, this translates to ‘more megapixels’. But does more pixels being packed into sensors (that are not getting larger) mean more quality? In fact, today, there is a rush for up to 200 megapixels to be packed onto tiny cellphone cameras. So what does this really mean? Do more megapixels actually mean better-quality images? Let’s go over some facts and see whether this is the case, or not.Read More »Do You Need More Megapixels? Megapixel Myth
Three years in the Advertising business, and 16 in photography, have convinced me that ideas are really powerful and that a photograph that has a strong idea is the most powerful tool to convey a message.
A strong idea is always brought out in a simple, clear picture that has a strong subject and minimal interference from unnecessary elements. The challenge is to do this in an easily repeatable manner so that you are able to consistently produce images that are at a level that surpass the average.Read More »12 Ways To Take A Better Picture
Camera Equipment. The Never-ending Quest! For many years now, I’ve been a person who’s been caught up in the equipment game… Partly because my father… Read More »It’s the Photographer, Not the Equipment
Where have all the dark rooms gone? Gone to graveyards, every one… Yes, that’s what is happening today… every one of the professional film developing… Read More »Digital Takes Over Film for professionals too..
Photographs have an unnatural power over people.
At first glance, they are slices of time that have been frozen forever to be recollected upon command. However, the reality is quite different. The images are never quite a perfect recollection of time. They allow for interpretation. They allow for art, and they allow the photographer and artist to mold this interpretation to a great extent.Read More »It Has Got to Connect!