Who am I?..(what type of photographer am I?)

5 02 2011

By:Din Brasco

Who am I...

I get this question a lot: “What do you like to take pictures of?” And I’m never sure how to answer it. I like to take pictures of all kinds of things: landscape, seascape, portraits, birdies and occasionally candid; really, I like to take pictures of anything. And I feel bad that I don’t have that one thing that makes me a specific type of photographer. But surely I’m not get into wedding photography, and I will never get my hand into it….I really DON’T like weddings.

So, if you are one of the people who asks others what and why they photograph, stop for a moment and take a picture of something different today. And it doesn’t matter why you are a photographer—trying new things with your photography will help you look at what you normally photograph differently. And here is a really big secret: you don’t have to photograph outside the box! Check out others photographer web-gallery such as flickr for an idea of things you like and replicate them but not ‘copy’. Or if you hang out with other photographers no matter if they are just a newbies or 30 years of experience Pro, ask them what they like to photograph and give it a try.

some technicality: don’t have ones, because this photo are extensively use of textures…but off course main image taken with 50mm, f/4, ISO200

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Golden Sun-goes down….

3 02 2011

Golden Sun-Down....

Photography is all about light…..
This photos are direct from camera..shoot in jpeg! Why shoot in RAW when you have all good control in your hand? I don’t want waste my time with all those software (actually i’ll try to minimize the use of photoshop as I can)that is my opinion.
When come to landscape photography, I’d love sunset. When The Sun goes down apprx 45 degrees to the west, everything shoot at this time are very good!!! What do you think?
Shoot this photos at ‘Pantai Leman’ Kuala Kedah, Kedah Malaysia during family outing last weekend
Some technicality: ISO100, 18-135 at apprx 50mm, f8.0, 1/125sec ..manual!!