With a population of just 5 million, India’s capital is considered one of the most polluted in the world.

It has been accused of emitting the world’s most toxic gases and has a huge number of pollution-related problems that need to be addressed.

Here are some tips to help photographers capture India’s natural beauty, even if you’re not a photographer.1.

Know where you’re goingWhen you’re photographing India’s ancient temples, towns and cities, know where you are.

The National Gallery of India has a great photo of a beautiful sunset over a hill in Ayodhya, the Hindu holy site of the Ramayana.

The photographer should take time to make sure that the sunset is not a “ghostly ghost” and that the buildings in the background are not too high or too low.2.

Learn how to make your photos strongAs you shoot pictures, you’ll notice that they become more complex.

As you begin to take in the natural beauty around you, the more complex the scene becomes.

The more you are able to compose a scene in a way that will make you feel the scene is alive and breathing, the better.

For instance, when photographing a sunset over an abandoned railway track, you can make your subjects stand still in the frame.

The subject will appear to be staring out at a horizon.3.

Take photos of everything in focusThe most difficult part of photographing the world is deciding what to focus on.

You’ll need to remember that the focus is not just the object but the subject as well.

For this reason, you should always aim for the best of the surrounding area and, if possible, a good distance away.4.

Be prepared to stand stillIf you are taking a portrait of a river, be prepared to sit still.

The water in a river is much less dynamic than a lake, so you can’t stand still.

You can also be conscious of what you are doing, if you are going to be standing still.

Be mindful of the distance between you and the water, which will be very difficult for a photojournalist.5.

Be creativeYou’ll probably have to make some changes to your style in order to capture a perfect portrait of the sunsets over the mountains.

Take some time to work on your style, and make adjustments to the camera settings to make it as natural as possible.6.

Know when to stopWhen you are photographing people, be sure to take a break.

People need to breathe, and their bodies need to feel fresh and energized.

So, it’s good to stop to relax and enjoy the moment.

When you are not taking photos, you might feel guilty if you continue taking pictures, but you will have a better idea of what is important to you.7.

Focus on the subjectsWhen photographing nature, be mindful of all the animals, plants and people that you are capturing.

It’s important to be respectful to the environment and take care of them.

It may seem obvious, but it’s crucial to be aware of how to approach animals and plants.

If you notice an animal, for instance, it is a good idea to gently take it out of the frame, then move it away.

A similar approach could be taken with a plant.8.

Keep your focus on the subjectIf you’re taking a photo of the sunrise over the Himalayas, you will need to focus your lens on the sun in order for it to be clearly visible.

If the sun is too high, it will make it difficult to focus.

In order to focus properly, it helps to have your focus point at the horizon and a distance of around 10 to 15 metres away.9.

Don’t forget to take your phone with you when taking photosA mobile phone is the best way to take photos of the Indian landscape, especially in the city and in the country’s capital.

Take the photo you want and then quickly move your phone so that it is pointing directly in the direction you want to capture.10.

Use the right lens for the right subjectWhen taking a selfie, you are usually taking photos of your face.

The reason why is because people tend to be a bit more sensitive to light than other people, so the lens you choose will have an effect on how much light your subject can see.

But there are also other factors that influence your exposure.

Your camera’s focal length, ISO setting and the composition of the photo should all have an impact on how light hits your subject.

Here is a look at how you can use your camera’s lens settings to choose the right one for the situation.