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Interesting Photography Trends That Will Dominate India: 2025 from Avish Films's blog

Photography is an ever-evolving art form. What was popular a few years ago may not be as popular today, and what is popular today may not be as popular in 2022, right? As we head into the future, there are five photography trends that are likely to dominate.

The rise of digital photography in India

Since the early 2000s, digital photography has been on the rise in India. This can be attributed to a number of factors such as the falling cost of digital cameras, the increasing availability of internet, and the rise of smart phone ownership. Isn't it?

As a result, there has been a corresponding increase in the number of people who are taking photos and videos. This is evident from the fact that the number of photos and videos uploaded on social media platforms has been growing exponentially.

Moreover, the quality of digital photos and videos has also been improving over time.

The death of Kodachrome

Kodachrome, the iconic film that was used by amateur and professional photographers for more than 70 years, has been discontinued. The company announced that it will stop production of the film because of declining sales. Kodachrome was known for its vivid colors and exceptional sharpness.

Despite the discontinuation of Kodachrome, there are still many other film options on the market for photographers. Many experts believe that the digital age has caused the decline in sales of Kodachrome and other traditional film products.

HDR Photography in India

High Dynamic Range, popularly known as HDR photography was originally used by the film industry to overcome the limitations of the digital sensors. This type of photography is a process of taking several photos of the same scene, each with a different exposure, and then merging them into a single photograph.

The final HDR image has a wider range of tonal values than a single photo could capture. This allows photographers to show detail in both the highlights and shadows of a scene, which is often impossible with a single exposure.

Despite being around for a while now, HDR photography is still not very popular in India.

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