It’s a common objective of businesses, or even individuals, to strive to adopt the latest and greatest technology. Everything from phone call automation and auto-reply email, to robotic assembly plant and auto coffee making. However, not many can see (or Continue reading Hidden Dangers Of Going High-Tech
Farewell 2015, and thank you for the time we’ve had together for the whole year. There were ups and there were downs, but more importantly, they were all memorable. And it’s now time to welcome your successor, 2016 to take over Continue reading Farewell 2015, And Welcome 2016
In a recent article, I wrote about how to take great images by taking into account the five human senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. That works well, except that it doesn’t take into consideration of shooting a life Continue reading How To Take Great People Photos
We all know that humans are emotional beings. But more often than not, these emotions are removed from the image when the shutter release is being squeezed. The human subject has been reduced to nothing more than just a still-life Continue reading How To Capture Human Emotions
As mentioned in the previous article, photography is both abstract art as well as an exact science. Here in this article, I’ll explore more into the artistic side of photography, and how to include all five human senses into the Continue reading Good Image Vs. Great Image
So is photography considered art or science? There hasn’t really been a consensus about this, but there are generally two kinds of thoughts when it comes to this – (1) Photography is an EXACT SCIENCE. It comprises of a known Continue reading Is Photography Art Or Science?