I recently chanced upon a marketing workshop for restaurants, whose primary aim was the pursuit of digital technology techniques. One thing just crossed my mind. They excluded food photography as part of the marketing mix; keep in mind the audience were Restaurants. As a professional photographer specializing in food, the first thing I make sure […]
Predicted Behaviour. That’s what happens when beginners hear you say that “it’s supposed to be like this, or like that” and pretty soon everyone is doing exactly what they “selectively heard”. Specifically, I am talking about two very common “rules” they will have read or heard somewhere, but minus the context of the entire conversation. […]
oh, that is certainly the best way to get familiar with your new camera. yes, that is highly recommended. especially if what you bought was a small but very capable portable, such as an olympus or a canon, or a sony. not that i endorse a specific model, but usually those manufacturers making the big […]
When do I use the “M” or Manual setting? As I grew up with automation (my first camera was a canon T70 equipped with all the amount of automation you will ever need), and seeing firsthand the evolution of technology, I often tell my students that in this day and age, when technology is for […]
As I can’t seem to edit the “about” page, i decided to just write a new post on it. Sorry for the horn-tooting. 🙂 He is a published photographer specializing in architectural, travel and glamour photography; earning his first magazine cover in 1995. His photographic book credits include the Fookien Times Philippine Yearbook 2004, […]
so, you’ve had your camera for quite a while. it takes fantastic pictures up to now. but what would make you get another camera?
“Rock & Surf, Boracay 2010”