Eye contact is a tool that helps a photo to tell a story and makes it more attractive for viewers. You may create an eye contact at least by one of the following ways: a direct eye contact between subject and viewer, or an eye contact between visible subjects in a photo, or an … Continue reading Eye Contact in Photography
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Auckland is a true sample of international city. A single shot, and different faces from different countries gathered together. (Victoria-Queen street junction, Auckland, New Zealand @2015) – Roohollah
Karekare Waterfall, New Zealand (NIKON D610 – Nikkor 70-200 @160mm, f/4, 1/2500sec, ISO 500)
Using a different point of view can help you to take different photos from one subject or scene. It can make your images unique and show your creativity in photography.
Image of flowers from top view (Botanic Garden, Auckland, New Zealand @2014).
It seems they are breaking the law by crossing over red light, but the street was closed to cars just a few minutes before midnight. (Near Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand @2014-2015)
– What does f-stop or aperture number do? – It determines the depth of sharpness area of the image, or depth of field! Shallow or wide strips of sharpness are obtained by using different f-stops. Shallow depth of field (using smaller f-stop numbers) means that the area of sharpness is very small and all other objects including nearer or farther objects … Continue reading Using Aperture
– What is the impact of lines in photography?
– Lines contribute to the composition and mood of image!
– What is perspective?
– Perspective is an illusion to present 3D space on 2D surface!
– How can I shoot rain?
– Adjust shutter speed to convert rain drops to lines!
– How can I shoot a moving object?
– Adjust your camera setting, look for the object path, follow it in view finder, and shoot!