Recently I joined Nikon School’s expedition to the Singapore’s Zoo along with colleagues, friends and students that has common interests – photography. Continue reading “A visit to the world famous Singapore’s Zoo”
Let me kick-start the first and only post for 2016, which was long overdue as the last post I made was August, last year. As mentioned earlier, I was relocated to Singapore due to work, and been very busy with many things at hand. Now that 2016 is coming to an end, and I think it is time, to have a summary of everything.
Along with the increasing living cost, most of the family can’t escape from having both parent working to support a modern lifestyle. Do you know what yours kids are doing while you are away?
A photograph taken during my recent trip to Sekinchan titled ‘Harvesting for life’, shot on a hazy day, re-imagined with the help of modern digital manipulation.
The high-end pro series of Nikon DSLR has been enjoying WiFi since many years ago, and finally we get to use that in more affordable, mass-market models.
Newer models such as D750, D7200, D5500 & D5300 has the feature built-in & other models including D3200, D3300, D5200, D7100, D600, D610 & Df uses an optional dongle (Wu-1a & Wu-1b).
Unlike the pro-series, the WiFi feature in these camera are officially designed to work with smart devices only. The Nikon apps will only work with Android or iOS devices, does that means you can’t use it with laptop and etc?
So how do I made this photo? This post will show you what I did and what I used in the process. Continue reading “Extending the dynamic range & creating the mood”