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My Camera Strap

March 15, 2013 2 comments



I just get my new Camera Strap, I design the shape using the Photoshop and a template file and order it online, it takes more than 2 months to made, here it is fixed on my Nikon D90. I use the Galaxy S3 to take this shot.
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Hilton Vienna, Am Stadtpark 1.. Great Location

March 13, 2012 Leave a comment




This photo goes back Austria 1998 [My honeymoon trip], we stay in The Hilton Vienna great Location the Stadpark is just cross the street and the rail station is 20m a way.
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At that time i was using normal film camera just point and shoot! no control on any things! and i was happy with it. I start to think on converting my films Negative to digital format and so i start this project in November 2010.

Click for More Details on How to: Convert the Negative to JPG files.

Other photos of Austria 1998 trip.

Flash Color [White Balance] Temperature

August 24, 2011 Leave a comment



[o] Information
Subject: Small Eiffel Tower and a Milk pot.
Studio: Home Made LightBox.
Flash: Normal Room light + Camera Flash

[o] Camera Setting
Camera: Nikon D90
Exposure: 0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperture: f/3.2
Focal Length: 35 mm
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: On, Return not detected



One of the features in the ‘almost all’ new digital cameras the you can change the White Balance colors Temperature to get colors atmosphere in your shot, In each shot of this image I changed the flash color temperature (White Balance) to get different colors and merged them all in one picture ..
starting from the left..

1. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 485/256, 316/256, 256/256, 256/256
2. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 422/256, 263/256, 256/256, 256/256
3. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 579/256, 341/256, 256/256, 256/256
4. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 411/256, 309/256, 256/256, 256/256

The result..



















Here is the Studio..





















My old Minolta 500si Dynax.

August 11, 2011 2 comments



Minolta Dynax 500si was my first 35mm film SLR camera, I bought it in 2004 from UK with a TAMRON 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, am not using it anymore. In this shot I merge two photos to get this result. and I use my Nikon D90 with SB900 and the lightbox to take the pictures.

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If you want to see the lightbox in action Click Here..

The MOON

December 29, 2010 5 comments

One of my greatest moments is when I set my camera to the MOON and try to still my hands and press the shutter, looking to the sky and stars are a wonderful thing. This MOON is on its 7th day-age, Date of capture: 2010:01:23 15:26:45
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I take this shot using Sigma 50-500mm lens + X2 teleconverter so I reached the 1000mm, and I did’t use a stand, it was difficult to get clear shot.

A Struggle for Bread Crumbs, The Bird Story

December 25, 2010 1 comment

Looking for the foods is one of main duty of all creatures from Human to smallest Bug, Birds are an example and not an exception.Here is The Bird Story and the Struggle for Bread Crumbs..



Small birds are struggle for bread crumbs, they were about 3 meters away, I used my Nikon 70-300mm to freeze the moment, all happens in my home garden.
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This Bulbul just arrived to join and enjoy the Bread Crumbs Party, So can he take-part in this meal? Or the Small Birds have another thing to say. …
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After three minutes of Attempt and Failure to get some of the Bread Crumbs, the Bulbul withdraw with True Disappointment.
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When it comes to size, the largest often wins, or gets the biggest share, This is what happened at the “Bread Crumbs Party”, the Pigeon got the biggest share.

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At the end, Life Goes On; And Tomorrow will be another day with another Bread Crumbs..

Ali;

Preparing the Scene for a good capture.

December 20, 2010 Leave a comment

It is not that easy, yes you may use the Point and Shot cameras for daily quick capturing. If you want to have a good shot you may want to set-up the scene and arrange the objects in the positions that suit you.

Here is a studio set-up for a shot, I used the natural lights from the windows and the room light, Nikon D90 with Nikon 35mm lens with f/1.8 to get the DOF effect, subjects are Watermelon, Orange [made of candle]and The Chinese’s Porcelainin in different distance from each other.

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Here is another view with more details on the set-up and distances.
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A shot with focus on the rear object (Chinese’s Porcelain).
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And now I just moved the focus to the watermelon and take the camera closer.
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