Thursday, December 9, 2021

photography

World Photography Day celebrated at Pallavi Aware International School

Students informed the audience about the significance of the day and how cameras and photography document memorable moments for a lifetime

Professor explores wildlife from behind the camera

Jitender Govindani shares what goes into clicking a perfect picture in the wild

Warangal lad masters the art of capturing

Meet Pabbala Saikiran, a young photographer from Warangal city, who recently got a Certificate of Recognition from the National Geographic Society

This is how iPhone 12 Pro will capture vibrant Holi colours

The telephoto lens (2X for iPhone 12 Pro) can double up as a macro lens sometimes. Go close to your subject and set focus on the 1x lens and then switch to the 2x lens to capture better, more stunning details this holi,"

Saravana Kumar, inspiring youth to give their best ‘shot’

Saravana not only clicks the various monuments and wildlife, but has also covered several prominent events in the city

Don’t click photos with carcass of wild pigs: PCCF

Hyderabad: Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wild Life) and Chief Wildlife Warden R Sobha on Thursday said that photography with dead animals was not...

Capturing the beauty with his photography

From using unique techniques to click pictures to sharing tricks of trade via free YouTube videos, city-based Prasad Singarapu has done it all

‘Say cheese’ to this Hyderabadi dentist

A dentist by profession, Dr Namrata Rupani nurtured her passion for photography and made her mark as a professional photographer

Longest known exposed photograph found in a beer can

Back in 2012, Regina Valkenborgh tried to capture an image using a beer can lined with a photographic paper as a pinhole camera.

Night Mode on iPhone 12 to capture your perfect Diwali moment

The low-light capabilities of iPhone 12 are a huge jump from the previous generation. I absolutely love the Night Mode on the ultra wide angle lens, and it would be perfect to cover festivities in ways which wasn't previously possible," Siddhartha Joshi

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