Thoughts on Photos

Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world – Bruno Barbey

I am a self proclaim enthusiast when it comes to photography and style. I am not a professional and inclined to its technicalities but I can see the beauty of every photo lies beneath its colors. Wow! Majestic!

With the fast growing industry of photography, we were all bound to witness rising photographers who are really fantastic in their fields. Greatly, we have the chance to view their masterpieces with the help of social media news feeds.

I tell you honestly, I follow every post of local and international photographers that I came to cross in my Instagram account wishing I could learn their techniques, but it doesn’t happen. Judge me now. Am lazy af.

To excuse my self on technicalities of photography, I take shots out of my heart. fair enough for me without learning all the heavy technicalities. I use my emotions in conveying and capturing good compositions.

I believe that it is the ultimate key in this aspect. – emotions.

Practice is the best tool in this kind of skill, just like any other.

Mastery is fundamental.

Let me share the last time I took on my lens. It was a pre-birthday shoot of my god-daughter who turned 1 year old.

It was really challenging task in the history of my learning adventure, I thought of it as simple as it is basic. I was wrong.

I couldn’t instruct the subject on what ever desires we wanted as we usually sees in PINTEREST. Mind myself that hey lenny! she’s adorable baby and she will cry whenever she wants. 

The only chance I’ve got to take is the classic~stolen shots. Indeed, it happen so well. Bright, relax and charming.

I have few of the best (in my opinion) shots:


I do believe that I need a lot of practice, but then again practice needs time. So basically I need more time to do this craft.

I look forward to many days where I could figure myself non-lazy so I can post a lot of photos here in my blog and able to showcase that I am learning perpetually.

By the way, I used Fujifilm XA2. 🙂

Can you share me some tips in photography? You can comment your link/blog below so that I will be able to visit and follow your blog.





5 thoughts on “Thoughts on Photos

  1. Hi,
    I also love photography and I have blogged about it often.
    I met you at Roberta’s blog party. Maybe you can check out my blog if you need a blogging tip or two. That’s what I write about. I am also having my own blog party today

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