Mirrorless இப்பவே வாங்கணுமா?

தன்னிலை விளக்கம் (disclaimer ) 2018 ஆம் ஆண்டு, mirroless காமெராக்களின் ஆண்டு என்று கூறுகிறார்கள்..!, என்னை பொறுத்தவரை இந்த ஆண்டு, ஒளிபடக்கலைங்கர்கள் தங்களை தாமே ‘சுயவிமர்சனத்துக்கு’ உட்படுத்தவேண்டிய ஆண்டு! தங்களின் நிலைப்பாட்டினையும், ஒளிபடமெடுத்தல் குறித்த நம்பிக்கைகளையும் ‘மறுபரிசீலனை’ செய்யவேண்டிய ஆண்டு! ஒளிப்பட தொழிலில் ஜெயிக்க கருவிகளை சரியே ‘புரிந்துகொள்ள’ வேண்டிய ஆண்டு! இந்த பதிவு, மாறிவரும் புதிய தொழில் நுட்பத்துக்குக்கோ அல்லது கேமெரா பிராண்டுகளுக்கோ எதிரானது அல்ல. மாறாக, திருமண ஒளிப்படக்கலைங்கர்களின் ‘தன்னிலை அறிதல்’ குறித்து ஞாபகப்படுத்தும் ஒரு முயற்சி அவ்வளவுதான்..!

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19th August – World Photography Day…!

Remembering the awesome contributions of many dedicated individuals, groups and corporates towards development of the art, science and technology of photography…..

Accepting that I am insignificant and surrender for the great art of photography, which is larger than the universe…..

Bowing down my head to all the great masters of photography who had made remarkable pictures that changed the faiths and beliefs of the world……

Respecting all the dedicated mentors whom I know directly and indirectly for imparting the knowledge and the power of photography in me….

Accepting my ignorance for the unknown and feeling proud about the little known facts about photography….

Taking an oath to spread the message of photography and guide the society of enthusiastic young photographers…..

Believing in the imagination, creativity, confidence, hard work, patience, sharing, learning…which are more important than the supporting gadgets and technology.

Living and dreaming only photography…..

Proud to be a professional photographer…feeling high behind the camera

– KL.Raja Ponsing

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Note: On this eventful day, 19th August 2017 at 11.00 am, Ambitions 4 Photography Academy hosts the INFOCUS 2017, the photography exhibition – the students work and celebrates the Graduation Day – successful students take the credit of the qualification. Dr. Balasandilyan (Balasubramanian, CEO, Vision Unlimited), J.Lakshmankumar M.F.I, Director of photography, V.S.Ananadhakrishnan – fashion photographer, Sudarshan Balaji -Fashion Photographer -participate as guests of honour.

How to look for different/unusual view points

A photograph looks different when it is shot from an unusual point of view. An unusual point of view is a view that many photographers would not have tried. May be it is something very contemporary or unconventional. A conventional photograph is one that is normally shot from a comfortable zone. When we try to jump out of a common path the photo automatically becomes different. The unusual point of view creates an extra attention to the photo.

The following tips may help you to shoot something unusual.

  1. Come out of the tourist instinct and avoid seeing things from a gallery point of view or a tourist guide’s point of view.


  1. Go around the subject if possible or visualize the other sides of the subject.


  1. Step out of the common path…and refrain from shooting along with most other persons with a camera.

Kapaleeshwarar temple

  1. Avoid eyelevel point of view as far as possible. Look at the subject little from a low level or climb up little elevations.


  1. Include some interesting foreground… a suitable or meaningful foreground will make the point of view truly unusual.

Balaji Prasad (4)

  1. Shoot through arches, doorways, holes, fences, jolly etc. to make it interesting.

Hindu temple

  1. Look for interesting reflections in the foreground or background.


  1. Shoot people from others point of view – an over the shoulder shot will be exciting and unusual.


  1. Overlap the subject meaningfully on to a suitable background to make the subject unusual.


  1. Use extra wide-angle lenses for unusual perspective distortions and visual effects.


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