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PORTFOLIO: Markfrancisg Photography
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PHOTOGRAPHER Mark Francis Gomez
STYLIST Ken Batino
MUA Jason Delos Reyes
ASSOCIATE STYLIST Paris Delas Alas
MODEL Ja Flores
(published on April 2015)
Available at http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/907061
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A story of two Independent individuals, who chose to share their life together, and start a new story…
At noon time the sun shines above our heads and produces deep shadows. To make a better images I usually compensate by directing the model’s face in the right direction (1st image) or using
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speedlights to lighten up the shadows(3rd & 4th images). You can also use shadows and highlights to your advantage (2nd image). Continue reading “SPRING IS IN THE AIR ( Handling noontime light)”
So you bought a new camera then what?
- Read your camera manual.
There is nothing more important than to know how to operate your camera. Be familiar about the use of the buttons and dials. Know when to use the different modes.
- Learn about the exposure triangle.
ISO,APERTURE and SHUTTER SPEED. Practice on getting the right exposure, then experiment to achieve the exposure and effect of the images that you want.
After you master your exposure, it’s time to think about where you point your camera. Follow the rules of composition to then break it when necessary.
- Educate yourself.
Through workshop, reading or even by experience. There is always something to learn. If you stop learning, you also stop improving.
- Practice and Practice and Practice!
Photography is a skill combined with creativity.
- Don’t settle with know “How to do it” instead know “Why you do it?”
It is good to be a skilled photographer, but it is better if you know why you are doing photography.
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