By Sunil Kumar

Here are a few photography websites for the uninitiated: from a hundred years)

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Visit 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.
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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