I love shooting leaf, especially those fallen dry leaves. They have character. I love the patterns, textures, curves and their imperfections. They make great subject for those who love shooting still life at home. This one was shot with Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 35mm f/1.4 lens and Nissin i40 flash.
Tips and Tricks
Have you tried shooting a double exposure image using Fuji X-T1? Play with it for some fun photography. It can really create some cool images. This is how you can do it: Set the Drive Dial to Multiple Exposure (the icon with two overlapping rectangles). Shoot the first image If you like it, press OK to
How to photograph interesting Legong Kuntul dance in Bali.
My basic Aperture Priority workflow. I sketched this just for fun using Paper app on iPad.
You can use your camera to create abstract photography images by moving the camera during the exposure time. I shot the above image by moving the camera vertically down. To be able to do this, you need to use a very slow shutter speed. The lighting was bright enough this morning, hence I had to
Shooting action at low shutter speed can add a sense of movement in the recorded images. The above photo was shot at 1/4 sec. Depending on the lighting condition, generally you can get low shutter speed by using low ISO and small aperture. It was almost 10pm at Geylang Serai when I shot this rituals
Panning photography with iPhone, even though it’s lacking some control, is very fun. Like I mentioned in the previous post, I used an app called Slow Shutter Cam to create these panning images. They are not perfect, but at least they give you the sense of movement in the images. So, here are more panning
How to create a panning shot with iPhone? Panning photography with iPhone is made possible with the help of an app called Slow Shutter Cam. It’s probably used more for slow shutter speed photography, but you can use it for panning photography too. I usually choose a “shutter speed” of 0.5 sec for fast moving
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.
Creating a very wide image, known as panoramic photograph, will cost you a bomb if you are using a specialized panoramic camera, like the Fuji GX617, Linhof 617SIII and Hasselblad XPan. But thanks to modern image processing technology, you can now create a panoramic photograph using any camera and stitch multiple images together using panoramic
I was invited to join the phototrail organized by National Geographic Channel and CapitaLand on Saturday, 6th August 2011. Led by National Geographic photographer, Catherine Karnow, the phototrail was one of the prizes for the winners of the 2011 National Geographic Channel / CapitaLand Photography Competition. I was one of the two bloggers invited to