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Upload By: Kabir Ansari on june 12, 2023
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Overview: Outdoor Photography


Outdoor photography encompasses a whole host of genres, like: landscapes, nature, macro, wildlife and even low-light, thus it can be the perfect opportunity to try new techniques and compositions that are outside your traditional comfort zone. So while you might have set off to capture some fascinating vistas, you might stumble upon a collection of unusual looking fungi and want to photograph that too, which is great as long as you’ve packed the right kit. The key here is preparation, because once you’re out in wild it can be a long trek home if you’ve forgotten something. Whatever you’re heading outdoors to capture, here are a few things to consider before you leave.

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Outdoor Photography History:

According to records, the earliest known evidence of a landscape photograph was taken between the years of 1826 and 1827. It was an urban landscape photo taken by a French inventor by the name of Nicephore Niepce. This process took much longer than taking a photo.

Outdoor Photography, Experience and Memories Created on Out Locations

Outdoor Photography In India:

If you are a nature and wildlife photography enthusiast, India is just the place for you. The country has abundant national parks and sanctuaries. It’s no wonder, that it’s one of the most preferred destinations for wildlife photography tours! From giant Asiatic elephants to the roars of the tiger, India’s wild side offers you an excellent opportunity to test your photography skills and capture nature at its rawest. Here are some of the destinations you must visit if you’re looking for the best photography tours in India.


Outdoor Photography, Experience and Memories Created on Out Locations

Know more about popular locations for Outdoor Photography Destinations in India.


Best season for Outdoor Photography in India:

The “magic hours” of sunrise and sunset are the most popular times of day for most outdoor photography. During these times, the sun is low on the horizon and filtered through atmospheric particles that scatter blue light and allow warm light (such as reds, oranges, and yellows) to pass through.


Outdoor Photography, Experience and Memories Created on Out Locations

Outdoor Photography Sites in India:

    You can choose your destination as per your interest.
  • Rajasthan
  • Bhopal -Madhya Pradesh
  • Punjab
  • Rishikesh, Mussoorie - Uttrakhand
  • Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala - Himachal Pradesh
  • Many more..........


Outdoor Photography, Experience and Memories Created on Out Locations


What's to Carry when you go for Outdoor Photography?

Must carry extra cloths and also carry medicine for general purpose
Must Carry some cash because there are limited network and Banking Facility around your location
Carry some food items
Carry some warm cloths
Not to travel alone



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Ideal Conditions for Outdoor Photography

 All Weather give something special.





What Should Wear

 If you happen to have an extra-long day, wear a pair of denim shorts with a lightweight polo shirt. You're bound to be comfortable the entire time.

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Outdoor Photography, Experience and Memories Created on Out Locations

FAQs about
Outdoor Photography

What are the basic rules for macro photography?

Macro photography is all about details and being close up with your subject. This means it will be necessary for you to minimize shakiness and use a sturdy tripod. Typically with macro shots, you want to shoot head-on with the subject, instead of trying to shoot from an angle.

How and when to use pop flash?

Many DSLRs have a built-in pop-up flash, and you may be wondering when and how to use this. Although it lacks power and control, the pop up flash is a convenient feature to have when you need a quick boost of light. For example, when you are shooting outside, there are harsh shadows due to direct sunlight. You may use the pop-up flash then to fill in light on the subject’s face so shadows are eliminated.

What is CCD?

CCD (Charged Coupled Device) is the digital equivalent of film. CCD is used to capture light and convert it into digital data. The camera sensor is made up of thousands of pixels, and when light enters the sensor, it is then converted and refined into electrical energy. This occurs so we can share, edit, and print our pictures digitally.

What and how does digital zoom work?

Some digital cameras have an option to zoom in digitally. Digital zoom increases the image area, basically cropping out the edges of the image plane. The result of this is lower image resolution because you are enlarging an existing image and cropping it.

What is image stabilisation and why is it important?

Image stabilisation is a technique used to reduce the effects of movement and shakiness in photography. There are two different types of image stabilisation; one is inside the lens and the other is inside the camera.


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