1. Maritime Museum at night

    Maritime Museum at night

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  2. The street corner that never sleeps

    The street corner that never sleeps

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  3. The Broadway at dusk.

    The Broadway at dusk.

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  4. One man barber in my local street. He made one mistake in his decision to push back his lunch a little bit later. 5 minutes later he got 7 patrons waiting for their turn and I had mine done at 4:30pm.

    One man barber in my local street. He made one mistake in his decision to push back his lunch a little bit later. 5 minutes later he got 7 patrons waiting for their turn and I had mine done at 4:30pm.

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  5. My quiet hood after Australia Day. It seems like everyone had a fab day yesterday to celebrate straya’s big day in any way every Aussie can like surfin’ in the beach, sailing, making a sizzle under the sun, face-painting, busking and watching the epic presentation at Darling Harbour.

    My quiet hood after Australia Day. It seems like everyone had a fab day yesterday to celebrate straya’s big day in any way every Aussie can like surfin’ in the beach, sailing, making a sizzle under the sun, face-painting, busking and watching the epic presentation at Darling Harbour.

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  8. The corridor at my workplace is a bit spooky even during the day’s peak hour. My HTC phone’s camera handled this pretty well at low light. This was taken without flash. With fix aperture of f/2.8, it’s sooooo possible!

    The corridor at my workplace is a bit spooky even during the day’s peak hour. My HTC phone’s camera handled this pretty well at low light. This was taken without flash. With fix aperture of f/2.8, it’s sooooo possible!

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  9. While enjoying my usual morning routine - a hot cappuccino and layers of hotcakes drowned in maple syrup, I also take the opportunity to do a doco-style photography using my HTC phone. It’s a powerful phone packed with some of DSLR’s camera settings like AE/AF Lock, fixed f/ at 2.8, wide angle lens of 28mm and scalable ISO settings. Apart from that, it’s got an in-built image stabilizer that comes handy in a situation where a steady hand is highly required in the composition.
I am even surprised how it handles my macro shots. With it’s portability, I can give my Nikon D700 and D600’s shutter blades a rest. I have now enough reason to shoot endlessly or as long as my internal memory can store photos in.

    While enjoying my usual morning routine - a hot cappuccino and layers of hotcakes drowned in maple syrup, I also take the opportunity to do a doco-style photography using my HTC phone. It’s a powerful phone packed with some of DSLR’s camera settings like AE/AF Lock, fixed f/ at 2.8, wide angle lens of 28mm and scalable ISO settings. Apart from that, it’s got an in-built image stabilizer that comes handy in a situation where a steady hand is highly required in the composition.

    I am even surprised how it handles my macro shots. With it’s portability, I can give my Nikon D700 and D600’s shutter blades a rest. I have now enough reason to shoot endlessly or as long as my internal memory can store photos in.

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  10. ShutterTales: Revisiting the basics

    25 October 2012 - ShutterTales: Revisiting the basics

    It’s been awhile since I dragged myself out of bed at 4am to head up to a great location in Sydney to do landscape photography. Lately, I have been more pre-occupied with portrait shoot engagements with random models. Concept shoots have opened my doors to a greater challenge in photography. I never knew portraiture was that hairy and time-consuming. But learning the craft really honed my skills on the post-processing side. The skill was equivalent to the science of darkrooms for the lensmen during the film era.

    As I was strolling around Wynyard station during my lunch break, I walked past a news agent with a rackful of photography magazines on display. The MagBook really caught my attention as I have been buying each issue they would release. It’s not their regular monthly publication but a compilation of published articles in their past issues. MagBook is like a greatest hits released in a limited edition. Recently, they have released this edition that is solely dedicated to Outdoor Photography. There’s nothing more educational in this craft than reading the basics to help shape up my foundation in mastering the art of getting a winning shot.

    I always prefer to spoil myself with a cheap photography magazine than buying a book about photography. Though I have nothing against books but mostly it talks about older camera bodies. Magazines publish anything about the current available technology utilising every available wonders of your DSLR camera. Meaning, walking myself through every step of the procedure to re-create the technique featured in the magazine would be easy. I don’t have formal education in photography and I learned it the hard way. But thanks to The DSLR Photography and DSLR User magazine for taking my skills to where it is now. Every issue I buy teaches me new things.

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