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We don't take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Fifteen – Nature in Colour

With the 18 – 55mm kit lens we took a walk in nature in search for colour this is what we found.

Enjoy:

We started with a wide shot but got very caught up to macro as below:

More colour down there..

Ants at work.

A very interesting day that was..

Wall hangings and large prints available.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

 

Week Fourteen 2017 – Baby Shoot

Newborns  are an interesting subject to shoot, for they have many interesting expressions.

We had a chance to capture a few, enjoy.

Worked on some colour splash.

We played around with cropping for different framing options.

And finally editors favourite:

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we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

 

Week Thirteen 2017 – Light Painting

We have done light painting twice in 2015 here and here and also second week of 2016 here

Basically this is a technique that involves lowering the shutter speed of your camera to a point it can record light. In our setup the light we want to record is a small LED light that we move around.

shutter speed 30 sec Aperture 5.6 ISO 100

We started by trying to create patterns.

Then we started having some fun.

A few test first.

different strength LED torch.

Happy with the results.

Requirements:

  • DSLR camera with long exposure capability
  • Tripod
  • Trigger
  • LED light or very small torch

Place camera on tripod, set up area of focus and lock focus by disabling auto focus on lens.

Set trigger mechanism and in front of the camera use LED light to draw while shutter is open.

We advocate a lot of trial and error in this experiment.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Twelve – Ceremony

We enjoy meeting new people and celebrating with them in positive endeavors.

This time we were invited to a graduation ceremony and we did our best to capture the proceedings.

We start right from the visitors entrance.

Enjoy:

A few light moments before it all began.

The ceremony started with a mass service.

The homestead was blessed with holy water.

The family.

People all around celebrating with the graduate in greetings, song and dance.

The face of the event.

Happy people and finally the cake of success.

Congratulations Kelvin and we wish you success and greatness in future.

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we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Eleven 2017 – Zoom & Macro

We took the 75 – 300 mm lens for a nature test, it has interesting zoom capabilities and macro too.

We are going to elaborate further with shots as below:

Enjoy.

We came across a few bird to illustrate the zoom.

Some leaves and fruits.

Testing on the macro were on the lens it state 1.5m/4.9ft

Our subject the bee.

The macro is a challenging field that we will continue working on.

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we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Ten 2017 – Nature Shoot One

We have a new weekly package for nature shoots as a group.

The main idea is walking through nature and take pictures as one.Our first one here was at Mathioya river banks in Muranga.

We started with the guys an one with the green.

Then the ladies.

We went next to the river.

Finally finished at the railway.

Editor’s favourite:

More of such nature shoots to come contact us for bookings and inquires.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Nine 2017 – Energy Ball

When we are not taking pictures of people or event, we chase after the sun as it goes down.

We prearrange a location that we will be doing this and head in slightly earlier as below:

Amazing terrain with awesome lighting.

As time goes by we experience colour change of the sky.

Then we get full colour change and work our creativity.

Foreground and background composition.

Finally editors favourite:

Would you like to join us one time for the full experience comment or email us..

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Eight 2017 – Flying the Dream

Mathioya Flying Program is a first of its kind.

The program started in 2014 where over 100 candidates were interviewed and 45 passed and advanced to assessment tests at Oryl Airpark at Isinya Constituency, Kajiado County.
The dream of becoming a pilot was supported by Mathioya CDF.

Applicants specifications are:

  •  University Degree
  • Age 22-25

In 2015 they graduated with Private Pilot’s License (PPL)and on 24th March 2017 graduated with Commercial Pilot’s License (CPL) as below

We started with a tour of the airplanes

 

Getting ready for an air show by the graduates.

The engines turned on.

They did some maneuvers.

After landing they follow the same procedure always.

The crew for Kenya police heading for their chopper for their show also.

The ceremony.

Mathioya MP Hon. Captain Clement Wambugu
Transport Principal Secretary Irungu Nyakera.

It was a jolly good time for everyone.

Ended with some cake.

This is a project by Mathioya MP Hon. Captain Clement Wambugu.

Congratulations to the MP and candidates for a successful program.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Seven 2017 – Long Exposure

“If learning is an act of exploration, then technology equips the explorer for the journey of a lifetime.” ~ Anonymous

Long exposure is a camera technique where you leave the shutter open for longer than a normal photograph making the camera record more light and below are some of the results.

Please note for good long exposure shots a tripod is mandatory.

Enjoy.

Some cars dropping down hill, the red streaks are brake lights.

Head lights.

Here we slowed down the shutter speed to record more vehicle light activity.

A change in location and timing gave us different results.

Street light showing off there lighting skills.

Editors favourite:

Monochrome.

Location: Mugoiri road | Muranga

Time: 21:00hrs

Whatever you do don’t stop learning.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

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