Wouldn’t you want to see objects we come across everyday from a totally different perspective? Seeing a whole new world within our world. Macro photography gives us an opportunity to do just that. Continue reading Project 52 – Week 7 All The Small Things
One of the rules in photography is not to take a photo with the light behind the subject but there are instances when breaking that rule produces great results. Called silhouettes, it is when the main light, natural or artificial, is behind the subject. Continue reading Project 52 – Week 5 Silhouettes
In photography having the correct light is important and it is often use to add drama to the scene. As photographer we are taught of going for proper or correct exposure but that is not always the case. Here is one photo that I took of the inside of a chapel.
Don’t just give them fish instead teach them how to fish.
While I was on a trip I saw this father and son fishing early one morning with the father teaching his son how to catch fish. Though this is not like the usual fishing trip which is more for recreation but rather of putting food on the table. Yes, they need to catch something if not eat it themselves or would sell it in the wet market. Continue reading From one generation to the next