By: WM Rifdi

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Monday, 31-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | Bookmark
So many settings, so little time..

Sepia
Black & White
High View
B&W 2
Toyed around with the 2M cybershot settings for the last few days.. i've borrowed a book from the library regarding Creative Photography and finish reading it a month ago.. it was an eye opener and i guess it's time to practice what was read..

Pic 1: Sepia
Testing the Sepia mode function on the camera and i think the pic came out all right. The pic composition made up for the less then interesting objects.

Pic 2: Black & White
B&W photos usually potrays something nostalgic and after scanning around my living room, i guess the woody photo frame looks good as a target. The pic could be better if the glass did not caught my cam reflection 0)

Pic 3: High View
The book mentioned about snapping sights that people seldom see so they would be intrigue to view your pic longer. Well after some wandering around, how bout a shot from the 20th floor of my condo? Framed it with an akwardly cheap arch design The pic could improve tremendously if it was taken with a superwide lense to show the depth below of standing 20 storeys above the ground.

pic 4: B&W
My white betta caught in black and white mode. The only one who would be remotely interested in viewing this would be betta fish lovers!


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