Does everything have to be perfect everytime? If it was so, a lot of things that we know would never have existed. It is only trial and error that makes most amazing inventions come to life. Similar is the case with photography and it is no wonder that the present day photographer is breaking all the rules and coming out of the cage to see the true colors of his wingspan.
With increasing number of people showing a deep interest in photography, it is no surprise that more people are looking forward to photography classes. The current scenario demands some out of the box measures to satisfy this enthusiastic generation which is ready to experiment on a rather deeper level. The photography training imparted in institutes is now catering and molding best according to these standards and a certain new trends have taken the market by storm.
1) The dominance of flash
From culture magazines to fashion and lifestyle, it all started with just a flash and now it is an essential part of various photoshoots. Giving the photos a little bit of edge, it helps bringing them to life. Also, it comes in handy when the circumstances call for it and the light is scarce.
2) Black and white
Black and white is no more limited to just artist captures but are being used in marketing and ad campaigns. This helps bring out the true feel of the photograph without losing the grip on the emotions and no distractions happen because of the color. This has recently been a hot favorite of many photographers and is definitely worth every shot.
3) The film renaissance
The birth of photography happened with film and if something needs revival in the truest essence, it is film. A lot of statement photographers are using the film to bring back the classic feel and understand the contrast that the actual film photography brought.
4) Loud and unconventional
This is the one gaining highest popularity. The most experimental with colors, landscapes and whatever the photographer can think of, this is a hit amongst the young, unconventional generation of new photographers. They use vibrant shades contrasting each other combined new techniques to explore what might become the next million dollar shot.