Recently, I have been asked many questions on photography. I read very interesting tips from 50 professionals photographers in the world which was published in Digital Camera magazine September 09 issue. Let them tell you the tips instead of me because what i say might cause controversy. Anyway, i will try to include all the 50 pro advice in every entry for all of us to learn.
This is David Noton (http://www.davidnoton.com) a pro. in landscape photography. This is what he said "When I first got into photography I thought I could take my camera for a walk and come back with stunning images, but of course I gradually realised that it doesn't work like that. You can read about technique until the cows come home, but what's really the key is learning the tried and tested method of scouting a location, previsualising the light, planning a shoot and finally returning again and again until the conditions are perfect to create an award-winning image that will have your friends and family frothing at the mouth"
Last week we, had lunch for Raya celebration. While everybody was busy taking photo of the event, I took photos differently. I asked individuals to pose for me and I gave instructions. I wasn't interested in taking candid group photos or taking photos of people eating and sitting and talking...those are a bit dull (Just my Seposen Opinion la..no need to argue. Hahahaha) Here are some results to share...