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This is the second installment of Photography 101.
Ming Thein introduces his four fundamentals of photography — from composition to light — and the elements of a great photograph.
Simply put, Ming pushes you to think about photography . . . like a photographer.
Ginza, Tokyo. Sony RX100. (I include camera info to demonstrate that it really doesn’t matter what you use.)
When I was asked to write for the Daily Post, I admit I was a little worried about the magnitude of the task at hand: ultimately my own site is very much about what goes into the creation of outstanding images. And that’s a 600+ article, 1.3-million-word work in progress. That’s obviously not going to fit into the length of your average post, so today I’m going to throw the rulebook out of the window and start again. I encourage you to do the same: regardless of your experience with photography, do the same…
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Very clearly conveyed :-)
Yes, I thought this was a very good post. Waiting for Part II! The whole series looks very promising…
beautiful pictures! thanks for the tips, sir :-D
aarrghh.. i’m sorry, i think i made a mistake (-___-)”
No problem! :-)
Not mine! (Mine are still to come :-) ) I hope you went to the source at The Daily Post?
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