This post continues the previous discussion about how I adjust shadows, highlights, blacks and whites to achieve a pleasing contrast. … Continue reading How I Color Grade Using Adobe Lightroom
Here is what (some of) you have been waiting for: a walkthrough of how I edit photos using Adobe Lightroom. … Continue reading How I Tone My Pictures Using Adobe Lightroom
UPDATE: GOOGLE PHOTOS ONLY PROVIDES 15GB FREE SPACE NOW, AS OF JUNE 2021. “How do you organise your photos and … Continue reading How I Organise and Share My Photos
There’s one thing that I learned from doing photography as a hobby: make it easy for the audience to discover … Continue reading Ease Discovery of Your Picture’s Subject
In the last few years, I’ve improved my photography skills to a point where some random people DM-ed my Instagram … Continue reading Take Pictures With Level and Upright Lines.
After using Fujifilm X-T20 for two years, I found two things with the camera that limited me in doing my photography style. The camera autofocus, when paired with wide-aperture lenses, can be unreliable in capturing movements. Also, the lenses I have don’t allow me some flexibility in focal length while maintaining really shallow depth of field at the same time. In summary, I like having a wide-aperture zoom lens, and the best that I can get is a 16-55 f/2.8 lens.Continue reading “Canon EOS R and RF 28-70mm F/2 USM L Review”
Moving to Copenhagen gave me a lot of free time for myself. I still remember the very first few days I working here: it was 5:30 PM, I was already home, and I did not know what to do! As an Indonesian, I was never used to having so much free time after work.
So I decided to pick up photography again after several years, and started thinking to get a proper camera. “What kind of camera do you want?” I asked myself.Continue reading “2 Years Shooting With Fujifilm X-T20”