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Suria KLCC

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This photograph was taken on Sunday, 21st of Dec, 2014 using a standard Canon EOS 1000D with kit lens 18-55mm.

The KLCC park is a famous place to be in Kuala Lumpur. But, how to get an excellent composition of the twin tower is a little bit tricky. All you have to do is research, look arround. If too many poeple posing and shooting on that area, it can be that the spot is not special as they think. Push yourself, push your eyes to see…

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Photo editing : it’s sucks !!!

Hi guys, still awake? This post come up just before i closed my eyes. It is late at night.

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This photo was not taken by myself. I got from my professor. He took it from the roof of his house. This is a great pic, isn’t it?

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Then,
I did the postprocessing only using pixlr express. It is a free software that can be downloaded from play store. I played with croping, some sharpness, effect, layers, and borders.

Yes, i prefer with word postprocessing rather than editing. It is because, with postprocessing, we keep the original image. But, what we do, are basicly with composition (croping is absolutely not a sin), light (by adding/reducing some score in brightness), contrass (to bring the detail), sharpness, color (try the slider of hue, saturation, and vibration). Or even in software like pixlrexpress or pixlr-o-matic, we can directly set the effect, layer, borders provided. So, this is postprocessing, like what photographers did in many years ago in darkroom.

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It is cool image, original and fresh. Look at the expression of them. But, then.. booooom!!

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Or this
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But then after postprocessed
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Or, take alook at this image

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Only take a few minutes to be like this…

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Or, even when the original image get a little chance to be presented,
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Continue to postprocessing. Here, we get better image.

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So, never stop only after the shutter button is released, but then do the postprocessing. ^^ by adinaphotographs

Dramatic moment in IIUM : croping is not a sin, even it is a must -by profesional photographer

Well, hi guys, how are you? It is been a while for us together in this blog. So, i hope you really enjoy to follow this blog.

BACKGROUND
Over last two weeks My hometown, Kuantan was in the middle of anxious situation haunted by the flood. The rain was very heavy with 3-4 days directly non stop. Some areas has been closed and people moved to save place. Please search in youtube with the keyword “banjir kuantan 2013”.

Then, this week, we recieved a warning from the goverment that it will happen again on 18-20 of dec 2013. So, poeple start looking for any phenomenon that will lead to the heavy rain. This was one of it happened on tuesday dec, 17th.

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This photo was taken using cameraphone by my friend @zatimansor.

This photo is really good. Really!! Look at it. It brings the dramatic moment. It shows the phenomenon. Nothings wrong with that photo. I mean, it is fresh. You can feel the scary, cant you?

Although, it is a good shoot, you will not only stop in good, right? You want to show something with not only good but excellent or great. So, just take a minute to think of rule of thirds in composition.

Originally, This photo was shot coz the sky has something to be showed off. So, bring the sky a little bit 2/3 of the frame. Leave 1/3 for the land. Beware for the mosque in the left and the building next to the right.

So, i postprocessed using pixlrexpress. I did croping to adjust the composition. Here is the result,

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So, with croping, you can “correct” the composition and add more impact to the photo.

Or if you still have plenty of time, try to work the scene. Here is the photo i took two steps from my friend (first photo) position. Instead of shooting in landscape mode, i used potrait mode to emphasize the sky.

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Water Tap : composition : keep it simple

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Taken by using camera phone of lenove A390 with pixlrexpress editor and posted in instagram @adinaphotographs.

BACKGROUND

I was diying to shoot this water tap. I mean, every time i passed it, i was not ready for shooting. But then, last night i pushed to myself. (come on, get up and take that picture).

The composition is everything.  So, working the scene is a must. i have not to include more background, so i shot potrait not landscape. I was using the straight wall to draw eyes following the repeted water tap.

Lucky me, there was a spot light faced the ceiling, so i would not get harsh light coming from that spot light but the light bumped from the ceiling. It means that the reflection of light in that steel water tap was still good enough to be captured.