This week’s Toehold Power of Photography Contest is Water Drops.
Process this wide-angle image of a Cambodian temple into an optimized and enhanced image without letting it look garish, and win an exciting prize if our Moderators like the result!
Today’s Toecabulary discusses ‘foreground’ in composition. When the subject of your photograph is not focussed in the foreground but there are other elements that add more layers, leading an onlooker to the subject, you’re using foreground to make your image more pleasing and dramatic than it could have been otherwise.
Toehold patron Hymakar Valluri shares his experience of travelling to the Far East, Kamchatka in Russia, to photograph brown bears and other wildlife.
Process this environmental portrait of a Ladakhi woman into as surrealistic a frame as you wish it to be. Win an exciting prize if our Moderators like your work!
How do you photograph the subject of your interest in a frame that is unevenly lit? And when do you choose to keep all the details of a scene as they are, how do you photograph it when it is evenly lit? Today’s Toecabulary discusses ‘metering’.
Have fun processing this raw image of the breathtaking Icelandic landscape. Win an exciting prize if your imagination strikes a chord with our Moderators!
The human eye cannot see flowing water as a velvety cascade or trace the star-trail against the sky. It can’t slice off a moment of a hummingbird’s frenzied wing-flutter. But a camera can. Today’s Toecabulary delves into ‘slow shutter speed’ photography.
Participate in our fun new post-processing contest! Process this leopard image and make it as realistically aesthetic as you can and win an exciting prize!
Macro photography allows us to shoot close-up, giving us beautifully-narrowed perspective into minutest details of the subject we photograph. With a macro lens, a photographer can capture tremendous, subtlest of details that the human eye can otherwise miss. Today’s Toecabulary is about Macro Lenses.