Tiny Tips

Tiny tips are where you get a small dose of photography theory and suggestions. There will be more added regularly, so please do come back!

Tiny Tips 1: Drawing with Light
Tiny Tips 2: Light Study
Tiny Tips 3: Study Reflected Light
Tiny Tips 4: Study Highlights!
Tiny Tips 5: Study light from different angles
Tiny Tips 6: Study your Main Light Source
Tiny Tips 7: Study flare caused by the Angle of your Main Light Source
Tiny Tips 8: Best Apertures for Sharpness
Tiny Tips 9: On Composition
Tiny Tips 10: Study and Use Backlighting for Close-up/Macro Photography
Tiny Tips 11: To the New Enthusiast
Tiny Tips 12: To the New Enthusiast – Know What You Like to Shoot
Tiny Tips 13: To the Aspiring Professional – Know Where Your Money Lies!
Tiny Tips 14: Hold your Camera Right
Tiny Tips 15: Hyperfocal Distance in Street Photography
Tiny Tips 16: Always Use a UV Filter

Published: November 27, 2007 | Last Updated: October 27, 2008

2 thoughts on “Tiny Tips”

  1. Hey! What a brilliant series! It’s like a mini photography course. Have you considered making YouTube video tutorials? What I love about this blog is how passionate you are about photography. And I think that would come out even more if you were on screen talking to us. Just a thought! :)

    1. Hey Rohan, It looks like you’re really spamming the site with comments! Welcome comments though. :D

      Glad you’re finding the articles useful. This series was mostly written by my dad – John Sudhakar, so they’re short and to the point. I’ll let him know that you enjoyed them.

      I may get around to making videos over time… Video making is a different skill altogether though, and one that needs to be mastered – especially so that the viewer feels comfortable – is comfort in front of the camera. That’s tough, and I don’t think I’m there yet. Working on it though! Thanks for asking.

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