Monday, July 23, 2012
So I talked about giving-in to macro photography on my last blog and took some pictures of a bottle's bottom... with a lot of blah blah blah. I also kept mentioning that I don't get much interest out of it despite putting a lot of effort in every shot. I also talk about using extension tubes. There's the problem! I used them without reading much on how to use them.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
I was never fond of macro shots. Most of the times, I get sick of Facebook pictures of close-up shots of flowers with cheesy captions in it. People like them a lot! I don't!
Monday, July 16, 2012
It's been a while since I made a short video. A friend of mine is a serious videographer and has been trying to get me to work with him, but I always refused. I'm scared that I actually end up embarrassing myself. I have a camera. I can video edit. But I never really worked for someone with this.
Saturday, July 14, 2012
This is the last set of pictures I took from this place. My little adventure in Buk-Ahyeon, abandoned area for improvement. From night shooting of the places the group spotted, to shooting indoors of other houses for the first time, then going on top of roofs for a panorama shot, to shooting in the alleys in daylight, to shooting indoors again but in another area (and daylight), and now, just a couple more shots I took on the street while leaving this place.
Part 5 of my still long-winded blog about this place. It's daytime. No more light painting. And more challenging scenes for me. I'm not so good with day shots, but I have to make the best of it.
Friday, July 13, 2012
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
This is the third installment of the story. I have written blogs about coming to this place but failed to take pictures. But this time, I took as much as I can. From the first part walking around, to the second part going inside abandoned houses, and now on rooftops.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
This is part 2 of my blog about me finally getting some work done on the abandoned place near Ahyeon (아현). A little lazy and a bit overwhelmed, I'll keep the "less talk, more pictures" theme for the rest of this particular story.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
With so many pictures and so many things that happened within less than a 24-hour session, I have to divide this article. Otherwise it'll be a very long read (I almost forgot no one likes that anymore).
I was upset about last week's meeting with Fred. I was very disappointed with myself. What I hate most is that I'm becoming one of those people I resent: All Talk People. So I have an excuse. I work alone. I can't perform as much with people around me. And yet, I claimed I feel comfortable with Fred. Well, I still hate what happened. And I owe it to these photographers I've met to come up with better pictures than my test shots.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
I've been through the same phase last year. I thought I got rid of it but apparently it comes and goes. At least, last year, I got some good advises from other forums. But now, when I confessed my new dilemma ("new" being it's a new set of gears) to some photographers I met, I was told, "A photographer can never permanently avoid that. Only suppress it."