getting started into Landscape photography, the first thing is to learn how to
capture all the details of a scene without overexposing or underexposing the
photo. In other words, avoiding getting a photo of the sunrise with an
overblown sky, or a photo with well-exposed sky but underexposed foreground. Why Exposure Bracketing? Most cameras now a day have excellent Dynamic Range. For example, Nikon D850 able to capture 14.8 Exposure Values (Evs) and 14.7 Evs for Sony A7R
I’m honoured to have a chance to do a review for the Seagate Portable Fast SSD.
Portable storage is essential to me. As a photographer, I keep all my works in
my portable hard drive, and I often carry them around with me when travelling.
Currently, I have 2 portable hard drive and 1 external hard drive (Don’t get an
external one, I regretted) but most likely I’m going to get another one soon. The
Seagate Fast SSD come in different capacities, having 250GB, 500GB, 1T
If you ever tried out taking a photo of the Milky Way or Star trail at night, you will know that having a perfect focus is not easy. Unlike taking a photo in daytime, not only you have to do the focusing in the dark that you can hardly see anything but also forced to use a wider aperture that you can easily miss focus and get a blurry photo. The photo that’s out of focus is not recoverable even with the help of post-processing. Sorry to say, these photos are considered unusab
One of the most frequently asked questions that I received is where to photograph the Milky Way? Well, no doubt that finding a good shooting spot for Milky Way can be difficult. The place has to be very dark with at least minor light pollution also preferably with a good foreground subject. Most people failed to capture Milky Way on their first attempt because they were shooting in a not "dark" enough place. The place has to be far from the city, with at least minor light pol
Welcome to the Complete Guide To Photograph The Milky Way – Part 2, in Part-1, I have talked about how to Identify and locate the Milky Way, now let’s move to a more detail part, on how to plan your shoot. If you miss out the Part 1, you can find it HERE. 😉 Planning Your Shoot Finding a Milky Way can be very easy (with any APP that listed in my previous post), however, to find a good location for Milky Way especially one with a good foreground can be very challenging. First,
I am honor to have one of my photo “Batu Cave” feature in Photography Masterclass Magazine App. And because of that, I am now having chances to share with my friends and followers a goodies, a free 3 months subscription for the Photography Masterclass Magazine App. For those that interest, the steps is simple, just click on the below buttons. Register with your email address and follow the instruction and you shall get a free 3 months subscription promo code. I hope you guys