Tag: 2012

Claroscuro

An attempt to capture dramatic light. The subject was a porcelain “A”. Played with angle and a flash light. But had to increase contrast and crop a bit in Canon DPP. Read more →

Three

Outside the Metro I was waiting to being picked up to go to a photo shoot outing. It was early morning and the sky was overcast. But as I was standing in the sidewalk the sun appeared and the sky turned blue. Behind me there was this building now receiving the blast of light. I saw this with lot of… Read more →

Turn the camera!

Here’s one simple suggestion I received some time ago: turn the camera! I was stuck when it came to composition and this simple action opened a new filed of opportunities. Here’s an example where I tilted the camera sideways to make the lines stronger and get a more interesting visual impact. Simple, uh? 😉   Read more →

Do it in the camera!

I recently met a group of photographers who work developing their skills with the whole purpose to make it right in the camera. That’s it, no Photoshop, no post editing. What a shock! I must admit I’m the first one to praise the beauty of post editing. And pay the price of many hours of work pursuing perfection. But what if all… Read more →

6 Quick tips to improve your photography

For me, photography is a long learning process. And one I enjoy a lot! Since I started to take photography more seriously I’ve spent most of my time trying to improve, always aspiring to make a shot that looks like those gorgeous ones I often see in G+ or 500px, etc. Through time and practice I had a few breakthroughs, some… Read more →