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Night photography

Night photography
(also called nighttime photography) refers to the activity of capturing images outdoors at night, between dusk and dawn.

Night photographers generally have a choice between using artificial lighting and using a long exposure, exposing the shot for seconds, minutes, or even hours in order to give photosensitive film or an image sensor enough time to capture a desirable image. source wikipedia

Equipment:
Camera
Tripod
Speed light (optional)
Flash Trigger (optional)
Model (optional)

Our 1st attempt we had a model see how it went down.

Afew test shots.

Light steaks are made by passing vehicle and bike light.

Double exposure

Now photos of Murang’a town lights at night.

 

Editor’s favourite:

 

Click on image to download for personal use only.

we don,t take pictures, we capture moments.

Event Photography

We are back after a while.

Our post is all about cars and bikes. Awesome machines.

Visit to CBA Concour d’Elegance at Ngong Racecourse.

 

Last One.

Now to the cars.

Modern.

Finally the winner: 1934 Rolls Royce.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Nine 2019 – Inspiration: Mood

Your Artistic Inspiration this week is the mood you are feeling today. Take that mood and use it to create art.

We chose portraits. see how we did.

 

Editors favourite:

This is what we did. comments?

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

 

 

 

Week Eight 2019 – Composition: Leading Lines

‘It is easy to use Leading Lines to show depth in an image or guide the eye to a specific spot in the image. Instead, this week use leading lines to show the concept of infinity.’

The leading lines photography definition is a simple composition line concept.
The viewer’s eyes are naturally drawn along vertical lines, parallel lines, diagonal lines and even strong horizontal lines.

The end is near.

railway.

what do you think? leave a comment.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Seven 2019 – Story Telling: Love Story

Our project this week: ‘Make us feel the love in this week’s photo. Tell a love story in one image.’

See how we did.

Enjoy:

This is what we started with, some light painting.

Creativity continued.

match stick men.

Editors favourite.

Comments? how did we do?

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Five 2019 – Composition: Symmetry Landscape

What is symmetry?

“The quality of something that has two sides, or halves, that are the same or very close in size, shape and position.”

Types of symmetry in photography.

1. Vertical symmetry
2. Horizontal symmetry
3. Radial symmetry

 

See our explanation image form.

The landscape part we used in context to image orientation.

 

illusion.

Understanding.

Creating direction.

Did we nail it? Leave a comment.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Four 2019 – Story Telling: Warmth

The challenge for week four is tell a story that makes you (the reader) feel warm inside.

See how we did.

Enjoy:

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We went back to the basics.

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Warmth in context.

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And now in colour.

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Fire.

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Editors favourite:

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we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

 

 

 

 

Week Three 2019 – Inspiration: Black and White

Our inspiration this week is to simply take an amazing Black and White photograph of any subject we want.

Every photograph that you can think of, has the potential to be black and white.It depends on your imagination and a few key skills. Every area of photography, from landscape to portraiture, have their own set of requirements when it comes to B&W photography.

See how we did, enjoy:

Some macro black and white.

Nature with bokeh.

Editors favourite:

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

 

Week Two 2019 – Composition: Rule of Thirds Motion

We are in week two 2019, time sure is flying.

Rule of thirds – The guideline proposes that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections.Proponents of the technique claim that aligning a subject with these points creates more tension, energy and interest in the composition than simply centering the subject. Adding to this motion has to be shown in the composition.See how we did.

Enjoy:

Editors favourite:

How did we do? what’s your favorite image? leave a comment.

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

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