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Back from Exploring – Nepal

 I know I took so much time after I had came back from my last trip, I was exploring Nepal, then I came back lazy yet loaded with tons of beautiful photos that I would love to share them with you..

In that trip I did lots of “it’s my first time” thing, new experiences and new knowledge..

  • Riding Royal Enfield (First time)
  • Water crossing
  • Hiking to 4000m
  • Royal Enfield Roadtrip – 7 days
  • Paragliding
  • Zipline

Anyways, now I’m back and I hope I’ll have time in the upcoming days so I can share with you some projects/tutorials/new photography tips..

Have a good day, and Happy Shooting! :)

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Wallpaper for your iDevice – Android

Soon, I’m off to Nepal; “We are here to travel, explore and be free.”

Can’t wait to go on an adventure, and meet the nature again..

Anyways, here is a wallpaper – A photo, somewhere in Portland, Oregon

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Happy shooting and Enjoy it :)

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VSCO CAM 3.5 for iOS 8

The latest update to the wildly popular VSCO CAM camera app brings many long-requested features for mobile photographers.

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Features:

The new update offers the following features, AWESOMENESS :D
  1. Exposure compensation Balance backlighting or manipulate exposure for artistic effect, even while in manual shutter or ISO mode.
  2. White balance Account for difficult lighting conditions and create a mood by controlling color temperature in every shot.
  3. Manual focus Override auto-focus to capture desired detail on any item in frame.
  4. ISO Specify your camera’s light sensitivity to control image quality.
  5. Shutter speed Adjust your shutter speed to manipulate the clarity of your subject in any light.

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Tutorial for how to use these features, and shot like a pro: Click Here

Happy Shooting! :)

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Hyperlapse – Learn More About It

Few weeks ago, I was reading on the internet different articles about Photography, and then I came across something called “Hyperlapse“.

It’s time lapse photography, on steroids!

I started my research, and I found out that it is really amazing if applied to several projects or ideas.

Here is a Video from DigitalRev TV :

How to do Hyperlapse Photography

And here are some useful resources if you want to read/explore more:

Happy Shooting :)