National Geographic’s Travel Photographer of the Year contest 2017.
Here are some of the images that caught my eye, captured my imagination, and just blew my mind. Continue reading “Smoke, Stars and Lightning: NatGeo’s Travel Photographer of the Year contest 2017”
I know pretty much next to nothing about photography. All I know is that these photographs just blew me away.
I came by the original article on Fstoppers, here’s the link to The Cinematic Look – How To Make Your Photographs Look Like Films | Fstoppers.
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Just picked up a Oneplus X and it has just been brilliant in the last 3 days so far.
For how amazingly my previous phone, a HTC One S, served me, its camera was decidedly not one of its strong suits.
So here are just a couple of shots I took last night, playing around with the camera.
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Finally a post! Hahas
Recently, I dropped in on the SEA games and here’s a couple of the random photos I took.
Couldn’t get a good photo of the rowing event but got to tour the Sports Hub a little bit. It’s quite the place to check out if you haven’t yet.
Once again a quick disclaimer: I’m no pro photographer. I pretty much shoot with 100% reliance on Auto mode.
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I’ve been away in Japan and it was an amazing change of pace.
Just walking the streets to absorb the sights and sounds is something I’ve got to do more often.
Preferably with a camera, there’s just so many things to share! Any little random thing in another country can just be so exotic.
We managed to squeeze in short visits to pretty much everywhere from Tokyo’s Akihabara to Yokohama, Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine and Sanjusangendo, Osaka’s Dotonbori and Himeji’s Himeji Castle.
Here’s a couple of the little slices of Japan my friend and I captured through our lenses. (Not all the territories I mentioned above are in here!)
(Disclaimer: We are just picture-takers, not pro photographers)
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