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A new toy!

After I had sold my 5D and spent almost a year, relying only on the iPhone’s 6 and 5C camera.. I thought of getting a Fujifilm and give it a try!

Can you think of a better combination?
My new toy X-E2 mounted to my lovely Carl Zeiss.

Shot by iPhone 6 - vscocam
Shot by iPhone 6 – vscocam

So, I’ll start using it and testing it.. so far so good, I LOVE IT! Small size, very light and the battery is good too!

test shot; Fujifilm x-e2 using Carl Zeiss 35mm 2.4
test shot; Fujifilm x-e2 using Carl Zeiss 35mm 2.4

So, let’s hope I’d experiement the camera more.. and perhaps, post some useful tips too.

Happy shooting! :)

Make Your Own 3D Camera

Have ever thought of taking 3D Photos?

It’s pretty easy, and fun to do.. also, very cheap.

What do you need?

  • Two Disposable Cameras
  • Duct Tape

Tape both Cameras like this photo:

(one of them should be upside-down)


Since the lenses are about 4 inches apart and human eyes are usually 2.5 to 3 inches apart, the 3D effect won’t be perfect. And besides, it’s a disposable camera, so treat it as a toy and just have a good time.


  • Having subjects in the foreground and the background will show more of the 3D effect.
  • Just like any good 3D horror movie, the best shots show something coming out of the picture at you.
  • Remember that the cameras won’t focus closer than about three feet.
  • If you need to use flash, turn on the flashes for both cameras and expect things to come out a little weird.

Happy Shooting! :)


Welding Glass Neutral Density Filter – How to Remove Colour Cast?

As I have received some emails, of photographers asking me to explain in details how to remove the Colour Cast caused by using Welding Glass for Long Exposure..

Here is a tutorial on how to do it, efficiently.. on Youtube:

Welding Glass Neutral Density Filter – How to Remove Colour Cast

Article on How to Shoot Long Exposure Using Welding Glass

Example of Long Exposure – Welding Glass

Happy shooting :)

Portrait Photography Crop Guide

Portrait Photography Crop Guide – For those who are new and so they won’t make common mistakes..




Happy Shooting :-)