Fujifilm X Chinatown.
After weeks of deliberation, I finally rented the Fujifilm X100S from my local camera rental stall to mess around with, and needless to say, I was pleased with the results. :)
A small note: the photos that you see here were edited in Adobe Lightroom 4 using VSCO FIlm’s “Fujifilm Superia 400” preset. I chose this particular film because it’s the only one I’ve used so far. :P
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An iPhoneography tutorial (of sorts): Lighting and framing.
This isn’t really an iPhonegraphy tutorial as it is a general photography tutorial, since the concepts of lighting and framing are universal photography concepts. But I feel that these are important points regardless, and would like to share what I know!
What inspired me to write this post, you ask? Well, a few friends and I were helping out some fellow fashion design students to film their final presentations for a video competition. On said shoot, I had access to some pretty powerful lights, and being the iPheonography enthusiast I am, I took every opportunity to take some nice photos!
More after the break!
An iPhoneography tutorial (of sorts): Creativity.
Other than being a pretty decent camera, your iPhone also has some pretty decent post-processing tools as well! With those tools, you have the means to turn your photos into pieces of art!
Today, we’ll be turning this photo:
… into something waaaaay more stylized (something that’s not my usual style)!
With that said, if you’re ready, let’s begin!
Roll 1: School stuff/Random
Click to view all the photos! (I only uploaded the nicer ones :P)
Shooting with film.
I recently acquired an old film camera: an old (bought in 1999!) Minolta Dynax 500si. Shooting with it has been a very exciting and interesting experience! The fact that I can’t view the photos right after I’ve taken is honestly quite nerve-wracking, but in a good way. (If that makes sense…)
As of now, I am currently halfway through my very first roll of film, and I can’t wait to have it developed. I’ll definitely post the results here, whether or not they turn out well or not. :D