Saturday, 31 October 2015

Asia and Indian eCommerce Industry Statistics Facts for 2015 - 2016, Growth and opportunities of eCommerce

                         I want to buy a Parker pen but don't have time to go to market and select one for me. Can I get it while doing my office work. the answer is "Yes" and the solution is called eCommerce.
I don't have a Laptop how would I buy something online ? O don't you have a Smart Phone, Go Ahead and download shopping app to browse thousands of options digitally to buy online. The rapid change has taken place in eCommerce Industry and following graphical representation will show you some facts and figures of eCommerce Industry in India and in Asia-Pacific 

Note: the source of graphical representation is mentioned at the bottom of  graphics

eCommerce in ASIA - Statistics and Trends

eCommerce in ASIA - Statistics and Trends

eCommerce in INDIA - Statistics and Trends

eCommerce in INDIA - Statistics and Trends

Friday, 30 October 2015

Digital Photography Step By Step Guide - Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO


                             So you got a DSLR, now wants to learn Photography ? No problem Lets start together. First of all take a pledge to use your DSLR in Manual settings not on Auto because you can learn only once you use manual settings. The auto setting can give you good quality image but that will be an accidental image. Be the master in Manual setting.Here we will explain things with better illustrations and images.

Now Lets understand Manual setting. there will be 4 main mode :

Aperture Priority
Shutter Priority 
Priority ( Where Aperture & Shutter Speed will be managed automatically )

Now before we proceed, let me brief you about abc of Digital Photography

Right exposer is required for correct photography. you have to be clear on 3 main points regarding exposer as a beginner

1. Aperture
2. Shutter Speed
3. ISO

1. Aperturea space through which light passes in an optical or photographic instrument, especially the variable opening by which light enters a camera


2. Shutter Speedthe nominal time for which a shutter is open at a given setting

3. ISOISO is the level of sensitivity of your camera to available light. The lower the ISO number, the less sensitive it is to the light, while a higher ISO number increases the sensitivity of your camera.

That's All for beginners, now pick up your DSLR and start shooting photos in better combination of exposer, remember more and more you click, improved results will come out.