By JASON LIOH firstname.lastname@example.org The key to capturing a great photo is not, I believe, by using the latest and most advanced camera or understanding every technical aspect of photography. It is through good composition. A composition is a way to present to others what you have seen through your point of view in an [...]
By JASON LIOH email@example.com PORTRAITURE photography is one of the most common genres that most new and young photographers want to pick up; with humans as subjects – particularly female models. However, many do not realise that portraiture photography is also one of the toughest genes to master due to the amount of variables involved [...]
By JASON LIOH Photos by LUKE CHUA firstname.lastname@example.org I was introduced to photographer Luke Chua’s blog by a friend, and I was really amazed by his work. His photos, technically and artistically, were definitely not the work of an amateur. In fact, they looked at the very least like the work of a semi-professional. Now [...]
By JASON LIOH email@example.com PHOTOGRAPHING food used to be a habit among food bloggers in the past but thanks to photo sharing sites like Instagram, that habit has been taken to a whole new level. Almost everyone takes photos of food now. People even joke that they can’t enjoy their food until a photo of [...]
By JASON LIOH firstname.lastname@example.org MOST of you wielding DSLRs and semi-professional compact cameras will find a few icons and letters on your camera dials. While the icons are mostly self-explanatory, the letters – P, A or Av, S or Tv or M – will take some figuring out and are in fact the five shooting [...]
By Jason Goh – When I first started blogging, my posts were purely just text … like almost everyone else’s. I soon realised, though, that the “daily reports” can be much more interesting if we know what to add on to the post, and also how we manage the whole thing. It’s like adding salt and sugar to a tasteless dish to whet the appetite, and maybe even get people to keep coming back for more.