Gifs are back

GIFs in wedding photography

 

Gif was an old-fashioned bling thing that you would see in computers in the 90s and in the early 2000s. It was almost dead till the recent past till the arrival of Tumblr, which single handedly brought gifs from its graves, after twitter allowing its users to share gif files and facebook letting users to comment through gif, it has become a mainstream media file once again. We are yet to see gifs being used widely by wedding photographers, at-least Indian wedding photographers.

We at Incognito frames love gifs, regardless of the popularity! Giphy is our favourite gif hosting platform, try it out if you want to share your gifs. 

 

Marina beach is one of our favourite hunting grounds when it comes to post-wedding shoots in Chennai

Celebrating a decade in flickr

Celebrating a decade in Flickr! 

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it's been 10 years since i started posting my images in flickr- which i think still remains the largest community for photographers from around the world. Though 500px and Instagram have revolutionized the idea and the way we shoot pictures, share and exhibit our work, flickr still remains a class apart!

Before starting a website, Flickr's album link was my only source to showcase my work. Today I use flickr to share my documentary related works and there is no better feeling when you get a tweet from Flickr to acknowledge your presence!  Thank you FLICKR.

A tweet from the Family! 

Sujith

 

Sujith