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Gaurav Mittal | Blog

15

May

Tips For Shooting Beautiful Silhouettes

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Tips For Shooting Beautiful Silhouettes

In my latest article, I share some very useful tips for shooting beautiful silhouettes.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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25

Apr

Tips For Monitor Calibration

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Tips For Monitor Calibration

In my latest article, I share some very useful tips on calibrating your monitor so that what you see on your screen appears consistent across other monitors and matches up closely with what you print.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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18

Jan

Tips For Making Your Subject Stand Out

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Tips For Making Your Subject Stand Out

In my news article, I share tips on how to improve the background behind your subject so both complement each other and the end result is a beautiful image that tells a story.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my newest article as well as other great articles for tips and techniques.

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26

Oct

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 2

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Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 2

In part 2 of this article, I continue to discuss stepping out of your comfort zone and getting creative with photography and reenergizing focus.

To be continued…Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 1

 

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25

Oct

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 1

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Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 1

Whether you are wildlife, nature or a focused bird photographer like me, it is easy to fall in the habit of shooting the same subject or in the same style. There are days when the birds are simply not there or too far to shoot, what do you do? Pack up and head back home?

In part one of my two-part article, “Stepping out of Your Comfort Zone” I talk about getting creative in the field and bringing a fresh perspective to your photography. Paying attention to our natural surroundings can reveal many photographic opportunities that can reenergize our focus.

Please visit Visual Wilderness website to read my newest article as well as other great articles for tips and techniques.

 

To be continued…Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone – Part 2

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24

Sep

Post Processing Bird Images Workflow Video

In this video, I share with you my workflow for effective post processing bird images and noise reduction and sharpening applied. The video is also available for viewing on the Visual Wilderness website where I’m a regular contributor.

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06

Jul

Creating an Emotional Impact With Images

When I photograph birds, I have one sole intention: I want my audience not only to look carefully at the images but stop, spend some time with them, and be truly curious about them. Images that generate an emotion involve a thought process and must be carefully planned ahead of time. While staging birdshots is one way of doing this, I personally prefer to do it in a natural environment. There are many ways of creating impact with images; in this post, I will be sharing my thoughts on the story telling, mood, composition and techniques that create this impact.

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02

Jul

10 Essential Bird Photography Tools for Success – Part 2

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In part 2 of the article that appears in InFocus magazine, I continue on about the essential bird photography tools needed for success in the field.

Continued from…10 Essential Bird Photography Tools for Success – Part 1 

 

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01

Jul

10 Essential Bird Photography Tools for Success – Part 1

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Just as a successful recipe requires all of the right ingredients to come together, the same is true in bird photography. In order to come away with great images, you must be armed with the right bird photography tools when you’re out in the field. Simply having a long prime lens and a pro-level DSLR doesn’t guarantee great images.

Click on the image above to visit Visual Wilderness and read part 1 of my latest article on essential bird photography tools for success out in the field.

To be continued…10 Essential Bird Photography Tools for Success – Part 2

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21

Apr

Bird Photography Tips: Shooting Tack Sharp Images

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As a bird photographer I cannot emphasize enough how important it is that your images look tack sharp, this holds true also for other nature and wildlife photography. We are constantly striving to make an emotional and dramatic connection through eye contact with our subjects and as a photographer, making sharp and clear images convey and transfer that drama and connection to the audience.

Click on the image above to visit Visual Wilderness and get complete bird photography tips in my recent article.

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