This entry is going to be pretty short. The macro, micro and close-up terms in photography are often misunderstood or misused by many but they are definitely not the same. Some people tend to think that they're shooting macro when instead they're shooting a close-up shot. A close-up shot is a shot of a whole … Continue reading Macro, Micro and Close-Up
If you're into photography game, you might as well as aware of 'the rule of thirds' term. Yes, you can't find the term in your physics textbook and no, it does have nothing to do with fractions or maths even. Here is a brief explanation of the rule of third. The rule of thirds is … Continue reading The Rule of Thirds
I'm here to write about luck in photography. The combination of luck, perfect timing and endless efforts provides such a great final outcome. It is true anyone now can be a photographer, given their never-ending practice they put in. Anyone can just be a photographer according to their sense simply by taking out their camera … Continue reading Luck
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.
Birthday is something that most people always looking forward to. And I used to belong to those people. But not now anymore. September 13 marks my birthday every year and every year I celebrate it differently - according to what situation I am in. Like last year, I had my birthday while staying at my … Continue reading Birthdays.
If we put a lil more focus on something that seems unsignificant, we'd actually could turn that part into a major significant. I actually was trying to shoot an orchid in macro. While doing a bit of editing work after that, I tried to view this in different angles by zooming in all the different … Continue reading Trivial Parts That Could Draw Attention.
Macro and bokeh are somehow related in many ways. Getting a good macro shot requires you to include the bokeh in it. To define a good macro in simplest technical way is when you are shooting a petal or a flower or a subject at a closer range as possible, then you amend your shot … Continue reading A Good Macro.