Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Site Seeing......

On my free time, I went to bay walk in Embarcadero to shot some photos that I can put on my blog. While I’ll doing this, I realized how God is powerful because he created an environment that we can get our needs and an environment that we need to keep and take care of to be more productive and became one of the tourist spot in our place.
A place where you can feel good atmosphere to relax our mind, feel the fresh air and a place where we can discover a new thing to our self.
When I go in a quiet place with a good atmosphere, I’m really inspiring to compose a poem or essay about my experience in that place.
I want to share with you some of my photos in the place I’m talking about. This photo was not totally professional shot but when you see this, you will feel the feeling like you already near in heaven.

I hope you will like it…..

Sunday, July 22, 2012


Finding a true love is really hard to find out same with finding the passion that significance yourself to other people. We couldn’t choose the person that can give the magic in our life but we can choose the passion that can be part of our lives and can express our feelings to others.
I hope you like it…..

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Poem about My Passion

I wrote a simple poem about my passion “photography”. This poem was created when I went in bay walk in Embarcadero. I’m inspiring to this because the view was wonderful and with a quiet atmosphere.I hope you will like it.


In our life, we couldn’t know what happen next
Maybe tomorrow, our life will change, unexpected
We couldn’t return the time that already passed by
But we can recall the memory by the photos we’ve taken

In our life, we have plenty memories we want to collect,
We want to share, to spread and to compile for our love ones
The memories we want to stay forever to their lives,
Our happiness, our life and everything about us

It gives a smile on each of us
A smile that no one can give us
Only a simple souvenir that had a meaning
To a person who really love and passionate in photography


Tuesday, July 10, 2012

My Collection

          In every place we go, we want to collect a photo in each place we visited or to have a souvenir in that place or subject that catches our eyes that we want to collect and keep it. Sometimes we do something in that place that can symbolize the moment that happened, and the happiness we create with. We also we want to share it to our love ones but the question is, HOW WE CAN DO THAT?

We can do that by taken a photo. We can collect the photos we’ve taken and we can share it to other people and to our love ones. We know that we couldn’t return the time passed by but we can recall the memory by watching or sawing the photos or video we’ve taken. We can compile it or put it in the scrapbook and make some art works to make it more attractive and beautiful.

This collection I’d made can tell to the viewers WHO I’M I, WHAT MY PERSONALITY IS and the message I want to tell you. I hope you will like my simple but meaningful collection:


barcelona beach in irosin

barcelona beach in irosin





Mt. bulusan

Sunday, July 8, 2012

5 Beginning Photography Tips

        For the beginner photographer, these are some photography tips to help you to make your best shot and more attractive to your viewers.

   1. Move In Closer

Sailboat and Sunrise      


     In photography, to shot a good view on the subject you want to shot, you need to snap a shot then move in closer for a better shot. It helps to the viewer to appreciate it and understand your photo. The details are more often if your shot is closer and almost fill the frame. Keep in moving closer until you get the perfect shot for your subject.

     2. Be Quick



             Sometimes our subject may move, run, fly or just get tired of waiting for you to take up a picture and sometimes it is difficult to snap a shot if we prioritize the correct position to shot a good photo, you need to shoot once right away. You need to practice to become quicker and quicker to the draw. Do not be afraid in taking many pictures because it can help you to choose or select your best photo.

      3.  Compose your picture with care
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            In taken a photo, you need to compose your pictures with care to help the viewer to appreciate and understand your photo. You need to use the rule of thirds, keep the horizontal level to make it recognized by the viewers, and crop the element that is not needed, place your subject where you think it most related or belong and make some magic to show the pattern or lead the eye on your subject.

         4.   Be Selective

      You need to choose on the subject you want to snap the best shot. Remove the unnecessary objects that can be distracting your subject.


         5.  Focus on Your Subject


       If you want to shot your pet, your child, or your husband or wife, the best thing to do this is put your subjects stand out against a blurry background, it helps to your viewer to identify your focus subject.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Famous Photographers

As a human being who loved photography, we want to know the history of the people who become famous of this passion, called “photography”. The people that can be our inspiration, the contribution they give in photography and their images that give us the light from the darkness. Without these people and their contribution, I think photography now is not one of the passions we want to love. I want to share you at least five persons  who became famous because of their talent, skills and passion in photography and give you the inspiration to become one of them.

“Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death, Cerro Muriano,”
         One of the famous in photography is Robert Capa, the wartime photojournalist that became famed for his black and white images of war. One of his most famous images was the Falling Soldier, taken as a man fell in death after being shot in Spain on September 5, 1936.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Where the Photography Came From?


       My blog entitled “Where the Photography Came From” is about a little background where photography came from and who are the inventor behind it. When we like a passion like photography, we need to know the history of it, the inventor who invent it and other information that we did not know yet. As a photography lover, I want to share the information I get from the internet, however I already summary it to make it easy to your part.        

History about Photography

      Each of us wants to know where the photography came from. And according to my research, photography came from the Greek word phos, photos - light and graphos - writing. The word photography means writing with light but most photographers claim they are painting with light. This 'writing with light' or as us photographers say ' painting with light' was first reputed to have been termed by Sir John Herschel to William Henry Fox Talbot in letter in 1839.
John Herschel
Sir John Herschel was an English astronomer who also devised the words negative and positive and I believe the word snapshot. A lot of his work involved chemistry which was the forerunner of the black and white processes.

William Henry Fox Talbot
William Henry Fox Talbot was the inventor of the negative positive process of photography. He was an English gentleman, chemist, mathematician, linguist and archeologist.

Robert Cornelius
Robert Cornelius (1809–1893) was an American pioneer of photography.
"The first light picture ever taken."

The First Photograph

Joseph Nicephore Niepce
On a summer day in 1827, Joseph Nicephore Niepce made the first photographic image with a camera obscura. Prior to Niepce people just used the camera obscura for viewing or drawing purposes not for making photographs. Joseph Nicephore Niepce’s heliographs or sun prints as they were called were the prototype for the modern photograph, by letting light draw the picture.
Niepce placed an engraving onto a metal plate coated in bitumen, and then exposed it to light. The shadowy areas of the engraving blocked light, but the whiter areas permitted light to react with the chemicals on the plate. When Niepce placed the metal plate in a solvent, gradually an image, until then invisible, appeared. However, Niepce's photograph required eight hours of light exposure to create and after appearing would soon fade away.

The First Camera ever made

Louise Daguerre

Louis Daguerre, a French man was the inventor of the first practical process of photography. In 1829, he formed a partnership with Joseph Nicephore Niepce to improve the process Niepce had developed.

 In 1839 after several years of experimentation and Niepce's death, Daguerre developed a more convenient and effective method of photography, naming it after himself – the daguerreotype, the first camera ever made. Since then, the birth of modern photography happened.  

Boulevard du Temple by Daguerre

"Boulevard du Temple", taken by Louise Daguerre in late 1838 or early 1839, was the first-ever photograph of people. It is an image of a busy street, but because exposure time was over ten minutes, the city traffic was moving too much to appear. The exceptions are the two people in the bottom left corner, one who stood still getting his boots polished by the other long enough to show up in the picture. 

These are some of the First camera made in the past:

These are some of the LATEST and POPULAR camera: