Humans are granted or blessed with every part of their bodies - fingerprints, brains, eyes with the resolution of 576 pixels (equal for everyone) etc. With the very distinction features of every human come the different perspectives. So the principle is applied in photography. Each photographer has their very own ways on telling stories to … Continue reading Our Perspectives are Different
Howdy. I wrote on my Facebook Page's wall that I'm going to share a trick that is specially made to those mobile photographers out there. Many people who just started up the photography work or beginners began to grow their passion with mobile photography and even those who are used to SLRs and many other … Continue reading Create a Blurry Background of Portraiture in Mobile Photography
One of the secret weapons or features on your iPhone's camera is the AE/AF Lock (auto exposure/ auto focus). I'm not gonna write so much on this but I'm gonna share my cent on this anyway. The feature allows you to auto focus and auto exposure the object you want to shoot. It is really … Continue reading AE/AF Lock
Here's my cent on mobile photography or massively known as #mobilegraphy. This was shot in such way while I was in Kerteh using an iPod Touch 5G - it works exactly the same as an iPhone's camera does. Details: iPod Touch 5G back camera exposure time 1/500 sec F-stop: f/2.4 ISO 25 focal length :3.3mm As many … Continue reading Mobile Photography.
I recently involved in a program organised by FINAS-FELDA. I'll be posting some photos under the same title. The program inclined in giving some inputs to participants in regards of whatever happen behind the scene, at sets and of course the participants, by the end of the program are able to embrace the line of … Continue reading They Shed Sweat.