Rishabh Agarwal
Rishabh Agarwal is an Engineering student from India. In addition to that, he’s also a passionate Photographer and a Web Designer. He writes about technology on his blog, TechyLabs, and Photography on ShutterSkills. Follow him on Twitter: @rish404.
Latest Posts
  • Photography
    Composition
    Quick Tip: Simple Portrait Photography TricksPreview
    Portrait photography is one of the most interesting types of photography. What makes it even more rewarding is the fact that you are making someone else beautiful through your camera. Interestingly, there are several things that one should keep in mind in order to get that "Wow" effect in the final portraits. Let's take a look at a few Quick Tips!Read More…
  • Photography
    Hardware
    Quick Tip: Avoiding Camera DamagePreview
    A camera is the most important asset of any photographer. It's your defining piece of equipment, and well worth protecting carefully from any damage, or wear-and-tear. Today we're going to take a look at a few suggestions and tips for avoiding camera damage!Read More…
  • Photography
    Shooting
    Quick Tip: Capturing Fast-Moving Kids!Preview
    What's the one subject that seems to be constantly moving, jumping, talking and playing? Children may be cute, full of smiles, and incredibly photogenic, but they are also a tricky subject to capture. Today we're offering a few tips for photographing kids!Read More…
  • Photography
    Hardware
    Quick Tip: Extending the Life of Your Camera BatteryPreview
    Everyone wants a camera battery that lasts forever, but every photographer has encountered the problem of a battery running out of juice when it's needed the most. Today I'll be explaining how to extend the battery life of your camera, so that you can always capture those precious moments.Read More…
  • Photography
    Post-Processing
    Quick Tip: Why You Should Consider LightroomThumb
    Photoshop is the most powerful photo manipulation software ever made. Nearly every designer and photographer around the world relies upon Adobe's design software for some aspect of their work. But today I'm going to make the case for choosing Lightroom over Photoshop. You might just find that it becomes your best friend.Read More…