Different Types Of Photography

It is a combination of different types of photography techniques which provides the viewer a message in the form of art. It’s all about the right angle, correct lighting and great lens. For different types of photos, the lens has to be changed accordingly. If you want more details in your photo, then opt for macro lens. You can see a lot of people taking pictures on their cameras and mobile phones, if you want your photo to stand out from the rest, it’s important to learn some retouching works, by using photoshop etc. Some people get confused with beauty photography and glamour photography. Glamour photography is like fantasy photography and beauty photography is like shooting portrait photography. Let us look through the different types of photography styles to inspire you.

26. Portrait Photography

Are you excited to see beautiful portrait photos from some talented photographers around the world? Portrait photos usually focus on the subjects’s face with/without beautiful background. To attain the best portrait photography, the subject needs to be relaxed and have a proper connection with the camera lens, so it’s up to the photographer to ease the subject for the pose.

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27. Silhouette Photography

Silhouette Photography : If you are looking to add some colour and mystery to your photos then you can use silhouette photography. The best time to take silhouette photography is during dawn or dusk when the sun is a little low, you can see some magnificient colours which can add a lot of drama and mystery to photos

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28. Forced Perspective Photography

Forced perspective Photography: Forced Perspective photographs are really amazing as they can create stunning illusions of the subjects. Forced perspective photographs can make the subjects seem much closer or even farther away from reality.

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29. Tilt Shift Photography Photography

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30. Urban Photography

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the city, Most cities come alive during the night, so if you are looking to become a specialist in city photography, then choose the night life. You will be amazed to see the lights of the cities, casting different kinds of shadows on your photos. City life is always fast, so catching the high speed motion photography of the urban life, is a very pleasing technique

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31. Reflection Photography

Scenaries are the first things that come to your mind when you think of reflection. Nature is probably one of the best subjects for showcasing excellent photography skills. Choose places like lakes, streams and they can provide you with some of the most noteworthy reflection photography shots.

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32. Vintage Photography

Although modernization is happening every day, people still opt for vintage photos that have the touch of something aged and old. Vintage photography has seen a surge in popularity by not only hobbyist but professional photographers too. The vintage photos are not vivid.

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33. Real Estate Photography

Real estate photography is fast catching up in many places around the world. With so much of competition in marketing, real estate photography is way to boost the sales of some amazing and cozy houses.

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34. Aerial Photography

Aerial photography offers a drastically different perspective than the one you get from shooting on the ground. The cameras can be portable or mounted, and photographs can be taken by a photographer, triggered remotely or triggered automatically.

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35. Candid Photography

Candid Photography is taken while in motion, without creating a posed appearance. so it allows capturing the natural expressions like screeching in delight or winking in the most natural way. This is achieved by avoiding prior preparation of the subject and by either surprising the subject or by not distracting the subject during the process of taking photos.

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36. Street Photography

If you like to wander around the streets, you will be amazed to see the different kinds of emotions on many faces you see. Even though it may be a daily routine for the people on the street, between the camera lens, you have a story to tell through street photography.

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37. Abstract Photography

If you are looking for some dramatic photos which focuses on colour, pattern or texture then you should try out abstract photography. It’s very difficult to unfold the story behind an abstract photo, as it depends on the way the photographer visualizes it.

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38. Food Photography

Making exotic food is an art, the presentation of food is also equally important. Likewise, the latest craze among photographers is food photography. So if you have a new project for food photography and if you have run out of ideas, you can take a look at the food photos and be inspired.

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39. Cosplay Photography

It is combination of Fashion photography and Portrait photography where both the clothing or costume and the portraiture are the main subject. Cosplay magazines, such as Cosmode, have developed a focus on the photographer and the different styles of cosplay photography

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40. Maternity Photography

Maternity photography is a fast growing market for professional photographers, but documenting a woman’s b-o-d-y during pregnancy can be challenging.

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41. Still Life Photography

ow often have you pondered over objects lying in a certain way are trying to tell us something? If you are a photographer, any small thing can captivate you and that’s the best time to get those wonderful shots you have been looking for. Still life photography is all about having control over the lighting and mood of the settings

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