Armed with her Sony A99 and RX100, one of Sony’s Artisans of Imagery, Me Ra Koh, shares 7 simple tips for you to capture the perfect holiday moments with your family. Continue reading
Edwin Koo , “witness photographer”, gives us the lowdown on photojournalism, his penchant for black and white photography and the impact he hopes to create with his photos.Continue reading
Today’s digital imaging software makes it very easy to do black and white conversion. But I think one should first try to understand the science behind the art of digital black and white conversion. To put things into perspective, it’s like taking photos with a DSLR on auto mode, without knowing how to set manual exposures.
Therefore, I am making it a point to share some of my know-hows using film as my foundation.Continue reading
Picking up where we left off from our previous post, “The Great Debate“, this other question remains – did an amateur beat the professional photographer?
From over 1,000 online applicants, 20 amateurs were selected for boot camp. 4 finalists were chosen to challenge a professional. Photos were uploaded online. The public voted for the photo which they thought was most professional-looking.
After a total vote of 30,487 in just 2 weeks, we have a winner.Continue reading
I have been taking studio portraits for half a decade now, and what an amazing journey it has been.
While my photos may not rival those of Annie Leibovitz and Dan Winters, I’ve photographed enough people to say a thing or two about what good portraits look like.
I was trained to believe that good equipment matters. That having the best camera with the biggest sensor and the sharpest lens mattered more than anything else.Continue reading