John Pedersen has been a photography and visual arts enthusiast for as long as he can remember. Photography is a medium for him to portray how he feels and sees the world around him. A completely self-taught photographer, he is constantly pushing himself to “see” what others have failed to see. Needless to say, whenever John comes back from his travels, it is a feast for our eyes.
In this discussion, John discusses his passion, technique and observations on his photography.
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Which photo do you like better – the top one or the bottom one?
Continue reading In search for a better perspective.
Sapna Reddy, who is driven with the belief that her best work is yet to come, took to photography seriously about two years ago.
To her, what appeals most are the images that portray the symbiosis of man and nature. Here we are in conversation with the talented photographer from California.
Continue reading Sapna Reddy – Capturing the symbiosis of man and nature
Julien Pigou, who is known as JP, is an architectural photographer based in Paris, France. He has been capturing the architectural diversity of Paris for the last two years. In this post, we talk with JP to understand his style and passion towards photography.
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A portrait is taken generally in portrait orientation. (That’s why the name portrait, I guess!). But there are no set rules that discourage a landscape orientation for portraits. Lately I have been noticing that portraits in this mode have some features in common – especially in the way the eyes are positioned. This post discusses 3 such prevalent techniques in landscape mode of “Portraitism”.
Align Center – Eyes straight
An insane close-up of the face with the eyes staring straight at the viewer can be both captivating and menacing.
Continue reading Taking Portraits in Landscape Mode – A Handy Guide