"What tomorrow holds"
I have my parents to blame...
Growing up almost every week we were lined up infront of a camera,
"son stay still", followed by click, click, click, or "go to your room, until you learn how to behave!"
For at the last second, when pops was just about to snap, i would pull a funny face and spoil the whole show.
Never-the-less, we had and still have thousands of pictures of childhood memories.
And, thus began my fascination with capturing emotions... the "soul" of good people photography.
For this wonderful gift, thank you God for the wonderful parents you have given me.
If you ask me, is there a formulae, I don't really know, my days as an
artist, maybe have trained my eyes, or maybe the years of studying
human beings on comutter buses and trains has helped me read situations
better, could it be passion? these days ive learnt to take pictures
even without a camera...now thats deep ;-)
But I think what really pushes me to the next snap and the next and the next...
is, what tomorrow holds.
For tomorrow, my friends holds... much more than yeterday and today combined!
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used and mostly use a flash, it is used off camera, usually 45 degrees
to my camera, although this is not a rule of thumb! I believe used properly flash can complement greatly
for this reason i don't bounce flashguns off ceilings or fire a flash
from on the camera, as this produces a very un-natural light effect.
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