Tag: learning photography

  • Learning Photography – Aperture Priority

    Learning Photography – Aperture Priority

    My basic Aperture Priority workflow. I sketched this just for fun using Paper app on iPad.

  • The Sea and Sky

    The Sea and Sky

    This high key photograph was shot one morning in 2010 at Changi Beach. It was a hazy morning and the contrast between the sea and the sky was high. I wanted both the boats and the aeroplane, but the sky was too bright, hence the compromise to lose details on both. The boats were almost […]

  • Top 10 Reasons Why I Like Photography

    Top 10 Reasons Why I Like Photography

    Top 10 reasons why I like Photography … drumroll … in no particular order: I cannot play golf. I cannot gamble. I can shoot but nobody will die. I can blur everything with f/1.2 or Noctilux f/0.95 if I am lucky to have one. “I am a photographer” sounds better and cooler than “I am […]

  • Don’t Be Afraid of Backlighting

    Don’t Be Afraid of Backlighting

    I wrote about backlighting photography before here and would like to emphasize again to encourage you all not to be afraid of backlighting scene when taking a picture as it can really give you a lovely image. Do you agree? When I first learned photography 10 years ago, I read and was told that I […]

  • Backlighting Photography

    Backlighting Photography

    My apologies … I know it’s been a little quiet on this blog lately. I have had several events, both personal and work related which have kept me busy and did not have time to update this blog. Anyway, I am back. I shot these few weeks ago when I was waiting for the couple […]