Godox Witstro AD360 Review

INTRODUCTION FLASH OR STROBE? Welcome, to my Godox Witstro AD360 review – a confusing gadget. While Godox brands it as a flash, it uses an external battery pack and a bulb. It also packs the power of a strobe, when it is using the standard hotshoe mount. Flash, strobe or both? You decide. This is one interesting flash strobe thing that I have used for over a year now. It combines both the portability of a flash, and the power of a strobe. Very affordable too. If you hunt for…

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How to Choose a Camera Lens

INTRODUCTION WHICH CAMERA LENS IS SUPER EFFECTIVE? Welcome to my guide on how to choose a camera lens. There are hundreds are lenses in the world now – It is no wonder people get so lost in choosing a camera lens. Good for you rich people, you can just “gotta buy em all”. As for the rest of us poor folks, we have to choose one super effective lens, and stick with it for a long time. So this is what the guide is all about, helping you to choose a good lens. A small…

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How to Choose a Digital Camera

INTRODUCTION DIGITAL AND ANALOG? THE CONFUSING CAMERA WORLD Welcome to my guide on how to choose a digital camera. Before we start, you should be aware that there is something called “digital camera” and “analog camera” these days. Just what are those!? Well, it’s all a part of history. “Analog cameras” simply mean the traditional film and mechanical cameras, while “digital cameras” are the more modern electronic cameras that use memory cards instead. So please take note – This guide is about helping you to choose a digital camera. Not that analog cameras are…

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Samyang 8mm f/3.5 CS II Fisheye Lens Review

INTRODUCTION SOMETHING LOOKS FISHY Welcome to my Samyang 8mm Fisheye Lens Review. Looking to do something different? Try capturing the world through the eyes of a fish. Fisheye lenses are kind of extreme. Some people love it to bits, some hate it to shreds. But one thing we can all agree on – the fisheye offers a different perspective. Even if you do not like the fish, you can always de-fish with Photoshop and get a regular ultra wide angle photo. That said, fisheye lenses are generally not cheap. Definitely a…

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How to Photograph Fireworks Like a Boss

INTRODUCTION SMARTPHONE TO PHOTOGRAPH FIREWORKS? Want to learn how to photograph fireworks? While the easiest way is to just pull out your smartphone and snap away, smartphone camera technologies are just not quite there yet. Since you are reading this, I am guessing that you are serious about getting awesome photos of fireworks. So I have written this guide to help you go “heavy guns” on fireworks. Shoot? Too easy. Now own it like a boss.       NAVIGATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Section A Gear Requirements Section B Homework Section C Preparation Section D How…

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Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue Polarizer Filter Review

INTRODUCTION SPREAD THE GOLD-BLUE POISON!? Welcome to my Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue Polarizer filter review. This is an interesting filter that I have used for years, and it turns water into a stream of gold. But let me first address the “poisoning” part. Here in Singapore, we have a very special way to categorize our gear. The better the gear, the more irresistible it is, the more “poisonous” it gets. So yes, this is another of my evil posts to poison people with the filter called Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue.     OUTLINE THE OVERVIEW Website :…

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22 Photography Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

INTRODUCTION TO ERR IS HUMAN Hello and welcome to a post about photography mistakes to avoid – Everything from embarrassing to fatal mistakes. Yes, everyone makes mistakes and no one is perfect. Noobs, hobbyists, professionals and even seasoned masters. It does not matter who, as long as you are human, you will not be spared of misses. But are there times where you just wish you have not done those silly things? This post is exactly the list of stupid stuff that I have done before as a clueless newbie, and these are the…

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FlashQ Q20 Camera Flash Review

INTRODUCTION THE ALMIGHTY ALL-IN-ONE Welcome to my review of the FlashQ Q20 camera flash. For those who have not heard of the Q20 yet, this is not just any regular Joe flash. It is a complete flash system with color gels, LED video light, and even wireless transceivers – All compacted into one package that fits into your pocket. How cool is that!? This is literally the Swiss army knife of camera flash. But given it’s size, how well will the Q20 satisfy a “heavy gunner” such as myself? How well will…

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Singapore Photography Places – The Ultimate Guide

INTRODUCTION WELCOME TO THE LITTLE RED DOT Welcome to the ultimate guide for the best photography places in Singapore. While Singapore may be a “little red dot”, a little exploration on the island state will surprise you with it’s multi-culture and many secret scenic photography spots. This is a compilation of the many locations in Singapore that I have been to over the past years, and not just the “tourist worthy” photography spots that is. The main purpose of this post is to move people away from posting more “common” photos of the Marina…

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Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G Review

INTRODUCTION THE LEVEL UP LENS Welcome to my Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G lens review. 50mm is one of the more versatile focal length used in portrait, street, food, product and just about any kind of photography. While many photographers probably started with a cheap and plastic fantastic 50mm f/1.8 lens, there are a few who wants more performance from the 50mm range. This is where the very fast f/1.4 shines – if you are willing to pay a price for it. But is it really worth to pay the price for…

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