Recognize Types of Photography

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Recognize Types of Photography

Postby sarungan » Thu Apr 25, 2019 3:02 am

Recognize Types of Photography

You have to know where your passion for photography is. Do you prefer to take pictures of nature, or night cities?
Do you feel good when photographing a model or prefer to take pictures of people passing by on the streets?
Do you dare to shoot from the height of a building or prefer to use a drone?

I'll give you information on the types of photography available.

1. Toy Photography

It's kind of photographing small toys as if they were animate models and inserting stories in them.

2. Journalism Photography

Photographing an event that is happening. Must have meaning related to the event in the picture.

3. Wildlife Photography

This is a difficult photography job, because you have to be able to live in the wild, at least until you can get the right moment for wild animals. Patience is key.

4. Landscape Photography

We can find it on traveling websites. Because this focuses on photographing the existing landscape.

5. Architectural Photography

This is a unique type, because you have to be able to find the spot of the building to be photographed so that it becomes a beautiful work.

6. Street Photography

This type is more taking pictures of people who are busy with their own affairs on the streets.

7. Fashion Photography

We have to make people or mannequins that wear clothes better. How do we have to make people see what they want to buy.

8. Aerial Photography

Images of the results of this type as if we are seeing with bird's eye. This type of condition must take pictures from a height. Can use drones.

9. Sport Photography


Just like Wildlife, we need to be patient and prepared for all the moments that occur in the field.

10. Food Photography

We must be able to make people who see our images feel hungry. Composition is a very important aspect.

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Cheers!
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Re: Recognize Types of Photography

Postby lAMMASU » Thu Oct 10, 2019 8:24 am

This list seems forced to be 10. Toy Photogrtaphy???

I should just split photograph mainly in Potrait, Still Life and Landscapes. Of course both have a lot of subdivssions; potraits can be for fashion but still life as well, landscapes can be architectural but also wildlife but a potrait can be also wildlife as well as a Stil Life... but I think with those 3 options you can cover a lot without making tons of subdivissions. Because if we consider "Toy Photography" a thing... anything can be :lol:
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Re: Recognize Types of Photography

Postby adamsc » Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:58 am

Nice list, thanks for making it but I've got some others too. If you are anything like me, when you go out on a photography shoot from Abstract to Wildlife, understanding the many different types of photography will help you develop.
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Re: Recognize Types of Photography

Postby joquim105 » Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:06 am

sarungan wrote:Recognize Types of Photography

You have to know where your passion for photography is. Do you prefer to take pictures of nature, or night cities?
Do you feel good when photographing a model or prefer to take pictures of people passing by on the streets?
Do you dare to shoot from the height of a building or prefer to use a drone?

I'll give you information on the types of photography available.

1. Toy Photography

It's kind of photographing small toys as if they were animate models and inserting stories in them.

2. Journalism Photography

Photographing an event that is happening. Must have meaning related to the event in the picture.

3. Wildlife Photography

This is a difficult photography job, because you have to be able to live in the wild, at least until you can get the right moment for wild animals. Patience is key.

4. Landscape Photography

We can find it on traveling websites. Because this focuses on photographing the existing landscape.

5. Architectural Photography

This is a unique type, because you have to be able to find the spot of the building to be photographed so that it becomes a beautiful work.

6. Street Photography

This type is more taking pictures of people who are busy with their own affairs on the streets.

7. Fashion Photography

We have to make people or mannequins that wear clothes better. How do we have to make people see what they want to buy.

8. Aerial Photography

Images of the results of this type as if we are seeing with bird's eye. This type of condition must take pictures from a height. Can use drones.

9. Sport Photography


Just like Wildlife, we need to be patient and prepared for all the moments that occur in the field.

10. Food Photography

We must be able to make people who see our images feel hungry. Composition is a very important aspect.

For other interesting info, visit the http://sarungan.net page
Please visit and enjoy it!

Cheers!



Thanks a lot for this excellent tutorial. However, Sports photography is the one that makes me tick. You've got to anticipate the moment just before it happens and that split-second timing is crucial.
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