By Sunil Kumar

Here are a few photography websites for the uninitiated:

livelymorgue.tumblr.com(Photos from a hundred years)

photographysites.com

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Visit aglaia.co.in Dunnottar castle Isn’t it interesting how different photos of the same place can look owing to weather/time of year?(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here are some interesting photographic techniques:

High Speed Photography:
Pictures of such high-speed events such as popping balloons, breaking glass, and splashing liquids reveal interesting structures not visible to the naked eye.
Tilt-Shift Photography:
The use of camera movements on small and medium-format devices. “Tilt-Shift” involves two different types of movements: rotation of the lens relative to the image plane, called tilt, and movement of the lens parallel to the image plane called shift.
Receding Hairline:
Take photographs of existing scenes and make them look like miniature models.
Black- And-White Photography:
Shoot in RAW, low ISO and many other techniques.
Motion-Blur Photography:
Motion blur is frequently used to show a sense of speed. You can artificially achieve this effect in a usual scene using cameras with a slow shutter speed.
Long Exposure Photography:
 It can be used, for example, to create a bright photo in low-light conditions or to create motion blur for moving elements in a photograph.
Infrared Photography
With infrared photography, we can take phots where we choose.
Night Photography
This can be for stunning landscapes and architecture.
Smoke-Art Photography:
Requires an interesting setup, and a way to set up-the smoke, and alter it photographically.
Macro Photography:
Taking close-up photos of the world around you.
HDR Photography
High Dynamic Range Photography, of objects such as monuments or events. Can use Gimp and Qtspfgui.
RAW: This usually contains photographs with minimal processing. They are called digital negatives, as they are similar to film processing.
Panorama:
We can take scenes of different photographs and stitch them into one.
For composition, framing and image-stacking there are multiple techniques such as the HDR method, F-stacking and other ideas.
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