Selling Photography Print with Fotomoto (with Brief Fotomoto Review and FREE eBook Giveaway)

I’ve now started selling print and digital download on demand directly on this little space online, using a print fulfillment service called Fotomoto . I’m not sure whether there is any demand at all, but it’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, so I’m quite happy that I’ve finally got it started! Read more

What’s in My Camera Bag

Recently I was asked this particular question, so here I’m creating my version of “what’s in my bag” post (as of December 2016, my current bag is Transit BP 350 AW Camera Backpack from Lowepro ). Although I have a dedicated page for gear guide (6 Gear for Long Exposure Photography), this post serves as Read more

Using Manfrotto Super Clamp Tripod for Blue Hour Photography

Places like observation decks sometimes don’t allow tripods to be brought in. There are also places that have no suitable space to set up a regular tripod. In such cases, I’ve often used Gorillapod (mini tripod), but to be honest, I’m not fully convinced with this option. Although its load capacity says 5kg (I’m using Read more

How to Use Gel ND Filters with Nikon 14mm (f/2.8)

Unlike other ultra wide angle prime lenses, Nikon 14mm (f/2.8) can take neutral density (ND) filters, albeit via a small gel filter slot at the rear of the lens, which is the very reason I’ve chosen this particular lens over others. As a cityscape photographer shooting at blue hour, I simply can’t do without ND Read more

Stop Comparing Your Photos with Others

I guess this is not just me, but I used to compare my own mediocre photos with those popular ones online and felt quite discouraged, thinking that my photos are no match and felt like quitting photography altogether. Not just once, many times indeed. It went to extremes that I even stopped seeing other photographers’ Read more

Tripod Talks

When I started taking photos with DSLR, I wasn’t aware of the importance of choosing a right tripod, using and maintaining it right way. I’ve slowly learned the lessons by making ignorant mistakes like setting it up too tall in high winds and ending up with photos that are not sharp. A tripod is really Read more

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