Work is hard, stressful and time consuming whatever you do, whether it’s homework, studying or your chosen profession/ job but it’s going to be twice as hard or even more-so if you don’t like and are good at what you do. Continue reading
I have a confession to make, I suffer from G.A.S. (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). I don’t want to spend a lot of money on new lenses so I look towards older, vintage, manual lenses, which are cheap and fun to use but don’t offer the same image quality as modern lenses. Gotta catch’em all!
So I thought to myself today, why not buy a new lens, it’s cheap, so why not? Continue reading
Yep I don’t know why but I’m fascinated with reflections in general. By reflections I mean a mirrored duplication of an object that appears almost identical, but is reversed in the direction perpendicular to the reflective surface, or at least that’s what the dictionary says.
1) Best places to take reflections photos
Look for water. A river or a lake are your safest bets. You should be able to find one or the other near or around where you live. Do a quick Google search to see what the nearest lake or river is to you. If you’re lucky you might have a lake or river or even both situated within the city limits.
Good, you’ve found it, now the real fun begins. Continue reading
When I first started photography I didn’t pay much attention to colors. I was snapping away at things I found to be interesting and wanted grab a slice of time and make a nice memory out it and that’s fine, I enjoyed it, I loved it but it wasn’t enough. Continue reading
Giving and taking feedback are very difficult subjects. But getting constructive feedback is the most important development tool in any profession or art form.
Friends and family will always like your work will not tell how bad you messed up. If you want real feedback ask a professional whom which you have no family or friendship connection. You may be amazed to find out your so called “great photos” are really just ordinary and unimpressive.
Your ego may suffer a little but your photography will improve exponentially. Give it a try!
This is the constructive feedback I have for my photo above. Continue reading