Tuesday, September 25

Lesson Learnt

I learnt that you don’t need a camera to practice photography. All you need is well, just yourself.
What differentiates a good photographer with a so so photographer is that the first one would take the time to visualize the image before even taking the picture. Personally, the first thing I do when taking photographs is holding the camera in front of me, try to compose something nice through the view finder and shoot, which is so wrong.

I’m trying to learn to question the lighting, the color, the focus, the lines, the shapes and the overall feel to the scene before looking through a view finder. But after awhile, it gets quite irritating because every where you go, even when not wanting to shoot, you keep questioning those very things as you look around.

Prior to this, I wanted a big boobs tutor, now, a big boobs photographer whom I can be an intern to would be nice. OHOHO

2 Eye Balls:

ashkenne said...

Lighting's quite simple really. But it'll cost a tonnes. And you'd need a crew to help carry it around.

You can borrow my book if you want.

yellow_monsta said...

ohh, i'm talking more about natural lighting; back, side, front lighting kind of thing and how it brings out the shape of an element

but you got a book in studio lighting? coolss... how come u get to study all this fun things one :(

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