Monthly Archive: June 2016

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Guest post by Kalyani Prasher: What makes a good photograph?




Guest post by Kalyani Prasher: What makes a good photograph? “Any image which evokes an emotional response is a good one for me,” says photographer Amit Sharma. He adds, rather cynically, “Or anything that can hold the viewers attention for about 10 seconds is even better.” But he isn’t very off the mark. Today, we live in a world where there is excess of everything – and photography is one

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Professionals, it’s important to be camera-ready at all times




Professionals, it’s important to be camera-ready at all times If you eavesdrop into a conversation between famous people, you will eventually hear the words ‘camera-ready face’. This basically means that you know exactly what pose, expression, angle is most flattering for you in photographs. This is especially important if you run a business of your own or are starting out and keen on making a good impression – but at any work meeting, any public space, you should have your...

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The big fat family portrait




The big fat family portrait Take a cue from Kapoor & Sons and catch up with the revived trend of the formal family portrait. There are few decorations on the wall that look as pleasant and pleasing as a large happy family beaming out of an elegant frame. It shows to the visitor that you are house proud and family proud and reflects well on you.

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The day I became Mrs Murthy…




The day I became Mrs Murthy… Weddings are celebrated, naturally, and having a photographer to shoot the various ceremonies and days is also a given. In fact, wedding photography is really big nowadays and people are getting innovative and experimental with the shoots. But there is one person who is always at the centre of things: the bride.

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