Friday, July 31, 2015
“Star trails over Observatorio del Teide” by Bartosz Wojczyński. (Via Imgur. Click image to see full size.)
Photographer Bartosz Wojczyński took the photographs at Teide Observeratory, which is located on Tenerife, one of Spain’s Canary Islands. The observatory’s prime location (close to the equator) and clear, dark night skies offer stargazers and astrophotographers full views of the northern hemisphere. Here, Wojczyński was able to position Polaris, the North Star, at the center of his star trail rings.
He used a Nikon D5100 camera with a Samyang AE 10mm lens at f/4.8 and ISO 1600 on a Baader Astro & Nature tripod.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
MOST MEMORABLE BENEFITS OF PHOTOGRAPHY......
1. Photography affords immortality.
2. Photography documents your journey thru life.
3. Photography is a wonderful stress reliever.
4. Photography inspires your imagination.
5. Photography as a career is possible for anyone.
6. Photography is a wonderful, safe and natural self-esteem booster.
7. Photography brings closure to ur spirituality.
8. Photography helps the things that you may never notice otherwise.
9. Photography preserve old and new memories.
10. Photography helps you to have Camera as your best friend in happiness & sorrow.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
I have already mentioned somewhere in other post about the gear used....However here I will take this as shot from a reversal ring......the kit lens attached to the ring from front. This allows going near to the objects.
Though macro photography looks extremely tough, requiring better technical knowledge., it makes us wonder anew. It brings out an exceptional level of detail and makes it easily visible, thus letting the viewer feel texture. Natural elements that have rhythmical and beautiful lines often help create lyrical emotion in this genre of photography......Macro photography has more human touch as the photographer remains in close contact with the object, using various angles constantly.
Being feeling close, observe the subject and ask urself what fascinates u. Isolate the most interesting aspect and find ways to highlight it. To the thing u are attracted, will certainly attract a viewer as well.
Remember, being closure the focusing may becomes difficult Use tripod, some sturdy supports, beanbags to steady your camera, while shooting macros......If u hv an SLR, USE YOUR CAMERA'S MIRROR LOCK UP FUNCTION AND a shutter release cable or self timer to prevent shake/blurs resulted by camera movement.
It is always better to use manual focus as it offers precision over which area of ur subject is in focus. Besides, manual focus system works quicker than auto focus system.............