Have you ever heard of Light Painting or Light Drawing Photography? It is actually a term used to describe any kinds of light art performance in photography - a technique which involves long exposure technique capturing exposure made by moving a hand-held light source (or two). That is the basic principle and many folks would … Continue reading Basic Light Painting
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
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
As what I've promised the other day or as what I've tweeted the other day, I'm gonna do some write-up on the expert-mode capability on my new Oppo A37f. I have no intention of buying new phones at all, well, I might have but not this phone though. I was actually waiting for the new … Continue reading The Expert-Mode Is (almost) an Electric!
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