Hi, I decided to create one more blog for those who like soft focus. Few monthsago I bought book Scott Kelby CS2 for photographers and find lot of nice tips. :) One of them is how to create soft skin but to reserve all details on skin. So I did it and for my taste it was beautiful.But also soft focus is very important for giving accent to some of object you want to be recognized first. Baby lens is one of many lenses with De-centering focus and it's perfect for that. Also I'm lover of b&w photography... continue reading
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Sometimes a good portrait can not upload. Because it was taken while traveling, modeling is a stranger,it can not find the models to sign. In this case, the photo or in my possession, or to upload editorial mode.Are you encountered this situation? continue reading
This is mainly for newbies.I’m talking about those pictures you shot while holding the camera rotated 90 degrees.I’m sure if you’ve been here a while you already know this.While uploading my first pictures, I saw that DT is reading the EXIF information from the jpg files.I figured, if the camera wrote the rotate flag to the EXIF, my thumbnails will be displayed correctly – standing up.Remember, the camera just sets the rotate flag to true, the file is still landscape oriented meaning... continue reading
I am very excited to see my six year old daughter's debut image get approved in DT.I have been self learning protrait and studio lighting in my makeshift home studio.With a little cajoling, I could get my little one to pose for a few shots using a simple wireless flash setup. We had a good excuse to dress up in a new Indian dress, as it was Pongal, the south Indian harvest festival and a holiday.The first image that I made it with a bona fide model release !Hope to see a lot more... continue reading
Just finished uploading the series of self-portraits of me and my lovely Nataly. Personally, I am happy with results, however, sales are not that high yet :) Hope it is just a matter of time.And do you enjoy shooting yourself? :) continue reading
In practical condition while shooting many times it is not possible to frame your subject as one is visualizing the shot. There may be number of reasons like the situation doesn't permit, limitation of lens zoom, the shortage of time to frame properly etc. My best advice to novice photographer always is take a breath & stop for 1 second before pressing the shutter button on the camera. After that do the followings:1. Look along all the corners & frame of your viewfinder & think once is it all... continue reading
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