I'm not a professional photography. But like any other hobbyist, I like to showcase my works to my friends, relatives and larger audiences. The social media such as Facebook help me to achieved that, and I am very grateful. However, Despite all the convenient they offer, it seem they have something against photographer. I'm not going into too much detail because I'm sure you guys already heard
Mono is project I did on my free time. I am into black and white photography lately, so it would be a great idea to hone my skill in black and white post-processing.This side project also serves another purpose: recycle. What I mean reusing old photos from my archive that has potential but not quite make it in color department. Here is some of my examples: first photo taken with Canon EOS 550D with Canon
Went to Freemantle and by coincidence watch percussion group performing in Arthur Head Reserve. I spend 3 hour watching Kai earlier in the day and somehow felt inspired to shot street photography. Well, this and my landscape photography come out awful. I took this shots using Canon EOS 6D with 17-40 mm f/4 L USM lens.
There's app for everything, and that included photography. Sure, camera phone has gone a long way form its early form back in the early 2000s. But like me, there are some of us who wanted to take their photography a bit seriously, almost professional-esque and there is apps for that too. Here's some of my favorite apps I use in my photography. The Photographer's Ephemeris TPE (Android: AU$5.42; iOS:
It was surprising, consider how long myself (and the rest of the world) has been submerge in the world 2.0 and the art of social media. From my first social media account, Friendster (it's quite popular in Southeast Asia back in the day), to MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Plume, and other miscellaneous social media account I ever had in the past, Google+ is the first one who actually made me gone