Tuesday, 16 December 2014

A New Beginning

I'm so sorry I haven't posted in so much time (more than a year ago guys).


This will be my second attempt to maintain this commitment I make to you and I hope we will go far and wide. I could give an ornate presentation of what I will do, but that is not why you're here (at least I don't think so). I will be writing up weekly 'briefings' on a few tips or tricks that come to mind. If you have any doubts do not hesitate to comment and just ask.

See you later,  fellow Photographer 

Monday, 15 December 2014

Tips & Tricks #1

      THE ODD MOMENT and MUCH MORE

You want that shot so bad, but it involves you getting into a queer position. Rather look bad or miss out on a great opportunity?


A common mistake is to grab your camera and use it only on special occasions (vacations, family outings, etc). You should practice as much as you can and here is how you can maximise the effectiveness of the time you put into this hobby.

Saturday, 11 May 2013

1000 Views - On the Path to Continuity

Hey Guys,

Sorry I didn't post recently but I really didn't have any time, one of you suggested I do more themes on photography and I thought "hey, why not try it?". I was really thinking of posting new stuff but I wasn't really sure what to post, that's when I decided I would post this post mentioning how I had problems to find time when to post.

Do post a comment below on your preference and suggest any ideas that come into mind:

  1. Wedding Photography
  2. More tips on digital Photography
  3. Animal Photography
  4. Choosing exposure lengths
  5. Choosing the right Reflex camera
  6. Propose another theme


Thanks,
Haraldinian

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Easy Tips to Digital Photography

RULE OF THIRDS & CROPPING

The rule of thirds is one of the most used and useful technique that involves composition. The human eye prefers when a subject is off center, this is because it improves the balance of colours, shapes, etc in a composition and is also more engaging, although there are times where an image is nicer when the rule of thirds is not respected.   

How does it work? 
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