Monthly Archives: July 2016

Don’t Fix What Isn’t Broken!

We all learn. And, here’s the post on one such thing I learned, recently. For one of the projects I worked before I switched jobs last week, I was the only tech-comm contributor who held the dual role of preparing technical content as … Continue reading

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What is Aperture?

This post is a part of the series of posts on Photography Basics. I’ve been reading about it ever since I decided on nurturing my interest in photography. And, the more I read about it, the more I feel the need … Continue reading

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What are the Advantages of DSLRs over Point and Shoot Cameras?

This post is a part of the series of posts on Photography Basics. From all the question I’ve had on the subject, this one was perhaps the most common: What’s the advantage of a DSLR (or a mirrorless) over a Point … Continue reading

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