I read an article this morning about travel photography 101| Keeping 'Em Straight (www.lakadpilipinas.com by Christian Lucas Sangoyo). The article tackles about keeping the horizon in our photographs leveled. Follow his website and you will know why. So to make the story short, I look again at all my photographs that shows landscapes and seascapes. Voila! Guilty as charge coz most of my photos are either tilted or skewed to the left or right. And I totally agree, it doesn't look good.
Since this is a lazy Sunday off of mine, I went out to try to apply what I learned today. Good thing my digicam has this grid feature that I can turn on and off. It was always turned on but now I fully realize what this feature is all about, keeping 'em straight!
The following photos are the results of a first timer who will apply his first lesson in photography. Thanks Christian, although marami pa kong kakaining bigas to come closer to the quality of your photographs. I will wait for your next photography tips.
Pagpasensyahan nyo lang po at ito ay isang practice lamang. At madalas kong sabihin ito:
"Practice makes perfect. But Nobody's perfect. Why practice?"
Warning, wag pong seryosohin ang quote na ito.
Sunset Take 1
Sunset Take 2
Sunset Take 3
Sunset Take 4
Sunset Take 5
Sunset Take 6
Sunset Take 7
Sunset Take 8
Sunset Take 9
Sunset Take 10
Sunset Take 11
Sunset Take 12
And there goes my shy subject, slowly hiding in the horizon.
Till next time!