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Week 5: Night photography - how to use manual focus when you can't see a thing.

So, one of the problems I had last week was using manual focus in a low-light setting where automatic focus could not cope. The shots I took could have been a lot sharper, had I been able to see properly. 335 more words

Musings

A Depiction of Reality by Carmine Chiriacò

Carmine Chiriacò is a self-educated photographer based in Rome, the place where his passion for photography started in 2014. His remarkable work is a depiction of reality as he perceives it and also a mean of portraying his own layered reality. 93 more words

Photo

An Experiment with Multiple Exposures

Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it.

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Photography

Day 242: Where self-validation takes you

Thursday, August 31, 2017

When all of your life’s misfortunes seem to be someone else’s fault, it’s time to question whether the problem is with you. 12 more words

365 Day Photos

Day 217: Theory in motion

Sunday, August 6, 2017

If I’m doing this right, only my hands should be moving – my body shouldn’t be moving at all.

I guess I’m not doing it right, then. 14 more words

365 Day Photos

Go forth and multiply

Following on from last week’s post where I showed three of my ICM (intentional camera movement) images, I thought this week I would post some multiple exposures created in camera. 345 more words

Blog Years

Week 7: Long Exposures Gallery

Week 7: Long Exposures Gallery

I have been battling some horrible bug, so only got the one chance – last night – to grab some photos for this week’s brief to experiment with long exposures. 173 more words

Musings