Light trails always held a fascination to me. So when I bought a DSLR, the first thing I wanted to try was creating a light trail.
1. A bridge
3. Wide angle lens (I used my Tamron 18-250mm at its 18mm end)
Continue reading Silence of The Bridge – How I made that shot
John Pedersen has been a photography and visual arts enthusiast for as long as he can remember. Photography is a medium for him to portray how he feels and sees the world around him. A completely self-taught photographer, he is constantly pushing himself to “see” what others have failed to see. Needless to say, whenever John comes back from his travels, it is a feast for our eyes.
In this discussion, John discusses his passion, technique and observations on his photography.
Continue reading John Pedersen – Be a student of light
The other day I stumbled upon a cool gadget called Ring Flash.
These flashes, as the name suggests, produce a circular flash of light. Its most important characteristic is providing even illumination with few shadows visible in the photograph, as the origin of the light is very close to (and surrounds) the optical axis of the lens.
Ring flashes are popular among fashion, macro and portrait photographers.
There are two models that caught my eye.