I can’t believe it’s been a year, out! I’ve got lots of things going, and that’s why I haven’t posted any post in here..
I do hope you guys found that the older posts are helpful, and I do hope I could post more photography stuffs in the upcoming days..
for the meanwhile, enjoy my photo gallery in here:
Keep shooting! :)
So, I was looking for an app that allows me to create Cinemagraphs on PC and while I was searching, I came across this page of Microsoft:
It is an app created for Desktop users, that allows them to create Cinemagraph easily. I love it!
Microsoft Research Cliplets is an interactive app that gives users the power to create “Cliplets” — a type of imagery that sits between stills and video, including imagery such as video textures and “cinemagraphs”. The app provides a simple, yet expressive way to mix static and dynamic elements from a video clip.
Have fun shooting and be creative =]
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
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
So, let’s hope I’d experiement the camera more.. and perhaps, post some useful tips too.
Happy shooting! :)
Learn how to take amazing iPhone photos from the world’s best Instagram photographers.
Happy weekend, and Happy Shooting =]
A very useful ebook, but University of Bristol.
Image Manipulation – PDF
Happy Editing =]
before about Hyperlapse and how it is working.. Great technology with creative output if used properly.
After Instagram had released their Hyperlapse app, Microsoft now has released their own app too which works with
Android, Windows Phone and Windows PC. How It Works
Read more about it
Happy Shooting :)