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How to make a Cinemagraph- Techiliar

How to Make a Cinemagraph in Photoshop

Technically, a cinemagraph is just a GIF or a Graphics Interchange Format. Basically, a short, animated file that is everywhere online these days. You’ve probably seen them on Tumblr, Facebook or Instagram. Maybe you even remember them when they...
Best Tips to Know to Use Your New DSLR- Techiliar

Best Tips to Know to Use Your New DSLR

After a great deal of thought and research, you at last force the trigger. You bring home your first DSLR, pull the smooth wonder of designing out of the crate, and gaze at it energetically. At that point, you...
Low Light Photography- Best Tips for Low Light Photos- Techiliar

Low Light Photography- Best Tips for Low Light Photos

If taking a photograph is like writing with light, then low light photography technique is like writing a novel with a half inch pencil stub left or, we can say that writing with a smaller lead available. Here, you...
ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture – A Beginners Guide to Photography- Techiliar

ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture – A Beginners Guide to Photography

This article is for the photographic introduction- ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture – A Beginners Guide to Photography which intends to enable you to take full control of your camera. Why given the camera a chance to choose these things for...
5 Ways to Improve Photographs for Beginners

5 Ways to Improve Your Photographs for Beginners

In this article, I will show you 5 Ways to Improve Your Photographs for Beginners level. It’s the easiest thing in the world to take a photograph. You aim to the subject and press the shutter button, and you’ve seized...
5 common camera setting mistakes by beginners techiliar

5 Common Camera Setting Mistakes to Avoid By Beginners

While there is a lot more to learn about photography, if you can avoid or fix these 5 common camera setting mistakes, you will find that your photographs will be much sharper and of much better quality. 1. Not raising...
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