A Newsletter To Help You Enjoy The Sunrise By Opening The Windows Of Opportunities October 2016


We all picked up a camera at a very young age.
Anyone with an image-capturing device can get started with photography that makes it fun for everyone.
Photography is a hobby that anyone can take up regardless of age.

A photograph allows you to imagine as if you are seeing the place through the eyes of the photographer. Cameras, mobile phone uploads - social media sharing all allows us to see the world as it happens – yes, even if there's no skill involved!

The ability of photography to connect us to our past, associate us with an event and preserve memories without words or interpretation makes it an influential hobby for all of us.

Much of photography involves experimentation. The best part is, you do not need an expensive camera to get into photography as a hobby. In fact, these days with digital cameras, you don't even have to spend thousands to print pictures to see how they turned out. All you have to get is a decent camera, take as many pictures as you want and upload them to your computer to see how they look. Also you can make several adjustments to get the picture just the way you want it.

Applications like Instagram, Pixlr, Qwik, Camera MX, Lensical, Sktchy, Geló, Camera360 and many more combines powerful enhancement tools with a beautifully simple user interface that help to edit and make pictures beautiful.

Thanks to intelligent image processing you can take sharper snaps, as well as cropping and trimming them to perfection in the edit. If you were ever on the fence about whether to jump into photography as your fun hobby, look no further.

Here are the following points that may help you decide -

• It's Easy to get started – The point is that a cellphone camera is sufficient to start taking great pictures.

• It's never too late (.. or early) to start – Photography is a unique hobby in that you can start learning at any stage, and continue learning

• Makes you see the world differently – Once you learn basic techniques, you start looking at everything from a 'photographer's eye' and never stop.