I like shooting people. Wait, that sounds wrong. I love photographing people to death. Nope, let’s try again. I like it when people let me shoot them in any way I want – Yup, that’s the one! But seriously, in this Photography 101 post you’ll come across four different lighting setups that I used during one of my latest Photography Classes at KAIST, where my willing students got to play the subjects as well as the assistants while I shot (ok, not literally, photographed) them.
Year 2016 was a year full of photographic accomplishments. Even though I’ve been heavily involved with this hobby for about 6 years, it’s always exciting what new ideas, projects and opportunities come my way. Let’s see what top 10 images I’ve chosen from this year and how they have helped me grow as a photographer and an artist. In February of 2016, my husband and I were very elated to welcome his dad (my father in law) to Korea. It was his first trip away from North America
Beer (especially a home brew) can be pretty fun to play with for a shoot, and then of course consumed, so as to not to waste it 🙂 Backlit behind a glass with a video light and in front and above the glass with a shoot through white umbrella. The glass was surrounded by white panels and disturbed with more beer for the bubbling effect. Shot with a 100mm f2.8 Canon macro lens. #canon #macro #homebrew #beer #bubbles
My favorite lens that almost never leaves my camera’s body is the Canon 24-105mm f4. I just love this thing and here is why: – Even though Prime lenses (fixed focal lenses) are sharper, I much rather walk around with a zoom, knowing that I can get a variety of shots without having to walk up close or back up. Sometimes certain situations or scenarios don’t allow to move around with ease (weddings, events, nature), so a zoom lens becomes very handy. Of course, once you zoom in
This week I’m especially excited to share a shot of the week. Photos are like great dishes – planned in advance, thought about and executed with care! The location of this photo revealed itself a few months back, while riding my bike home. I thought it was a great, I just needed a subject. Aaron has been a friend of mine and my husbands for a while and I’ve always known and admired his musical abilities. When the idea came to mind about including Aaron under the bridge, I did