Panning is a technique used to shoot a subject moving parallel to you. It is used to create a sense of movement by moving the camera to follow the subject. It will blur the background / surrounding objects while keeping the main subject in focus. The choice of shutter speed is important in panning photography.
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One of my favorite things to do when in Jakarta, eating the street food. Forget about hygiene. Just close your eyes, pray and eat. 🙂 Just before I took this shot, the guy in blue on the left, who was selling varieties of cold desserts, just dropped a block of ice when I was placing
Shot with Leica M9 and Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 ASPH V2. Shot at f/1.2, 1/45 sec at ISO 160.
Shot with Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 ASPH Version 2 with Leica M9. Shot at its largest aperture of f/1.2 and slow enough shutter speed, 1/15 sec at ISO 200, to blur the people walking in front of him. Shot last night in Chinatown. Here is another one, a father and a son watching the musician.
I think I have fallen in love with Panorama Photography using my iPhone 4s. I shot this series in Chinatown this evening. I brought my mum who has been recovering well to see the vibrant Chinatown before she leaves this coming Friday. With lots of people moving, it becomes very tricky for the app to
iPhone Panorama again and of the same scene again, Singapore Marina Bay but with a bonus of puffy clouds this time. These two images are pretty much straight out of the iPhone 4s. I did apply a bit of sharpening since the sharpness of an image would reduce when you resize it. I have a
I am currently testing the Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 ASPH Version 2 on Leica M9. The images here were shot in RAW and then converted and resized to JPEG for web viewing. No other post-processing done. All were shot at its largest aperture of f/1.2 and closest focusing distance of 0.7m or close to that
You can really take amazing iPhone photos using that little device that was Designed by Apple in California and Assembled in China. Sorry, I know I have been talking about it for some days, but I am still amazed with how all these technologies have changed our life or changed the way we do things.
Here are my favourite and best iPhone photography / best instagram images .. so far. Camera phone still cannot beat its big brothers, like the DSLR or even some of the compacts. Maybe it never will, but who knows, technology will only get better. But for now, the convenience of having a good little camera
I am writing this from a hospital room where I slept last night to accompany my mum. She has been hospitalised since yesterday and is now recovering from the sedation she just had. She was sedated for a procedure. The instagram photo above is of the cover of a book that I bought late last
I was shooting in Little India last week using the iPhone 4s. I downloaded the images and processed them in Adobe Lightroom (except few below that were processed on the iPhone itself), converted them to black and white except the first one above. I am quite happy with the results, especially when shooting inside the