MpFor many of the photographers, clicking the perfect photograph is the perfect art. They don’t hesitate to go to extreme measures to get that perfect shot. In the world of photography, a number of things such as timing, angle, camera settings, light and subject are the deciding factors upon which a photograph can be just a photograph or a piece of art. However, these all factors comes into play under a larger scheme of division that is the type of photography. Technology has expanded its visual possibilities, with different apparatuses and lenses making it possible for us to capture different types of photography in ways we wouldn’t have dreamed before. Combining technology with skills, photographs can breathe life into the most mundane of subjects.
Types of Photography styles:
- Aerial photography: Photographer Gaspard-Félix Tournachon started Aerial photography in 1858 by tethering a camera to a balloon. The advent of drones has made it only better in recent times.
Photo: Amos Chapple:
- Monochrome photography: Although being an old tradition when the coloured photographs were not their in the cameras, this particular photography is a prominent one still today. It is most important to remember contrast when shooting a photograph in black and white, ; the shadows will look more defined, and your extreme tones will appear crisp and clean.
Photo: Ashley Carlton
- Composite photography: This type of photography relies upon post editing. It features dozens, if not hundreds, of photographs in a single image. The individual photos are shot and then digitally patched together into a believable scene.
Photo: Matt Molloy
- Infrared Photography: Infrared photographs reimagine the world as we know it.ordinary places are transformed into otherworldly locales, just like from fairytales by using special photography filters. Trees and grass, for instance, are tinged in shades of oranges pinks, and purples. Even fog can take on a life of its own.
Photo: Bradley G. Munkowitz
- Food photography: One of the biggest trends in social media—still—is taking pictures of your food. Professional chefs and amateurs alike can make our mouths water with one appetising image. Food is required to be well lit in order to capture great photographs of them.
Photo: Alya Galinovskaya
- Natural Landscape photography: Perhaps the most popular form of it, when photography was first invented, some of the earliest images were of the outdoors. So, it’s no surprise that natural landscapes remain a popular type of photography—there’s so much beauty out there! Mountains are one of the most common subject which attracts the photographers much.
Photo: Murali Achanta
- To get best tips on how to avoid common photography mistakes, click here.