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Widjita Raya Muljadi Photography : Bokehlicious!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 28 - 20143 COMMENTS
Widjita Photography

Widjita Photography

Widjita Raya Muljadi is an Indonesian photographer famous for his stylized photographs of beautiful women from his native country. Through these sharp, colorful photos, photographer Widjita Raya Muljadi takes us on a journey to Asia and shows us the true beauty of Indonesia. From the city streets, to rice fields in the countryside, Widjita does a great job setting his beautiful models in all types of different, interesting backgrounds. Collected here are my favorite shots of his collection.

Widjita RM + Canon L 200mm f2

Widjita RM + Canon L 200mm f2


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7 Tips for Reflection Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 28 - 20141 COMMENT
Tips for Reflection Photography

Tips for Reflection Photography

Using reflections in photography can lead to some amazing effects and beautiful images. Using water, windows, mirrors or any sort of reflective surface can change an image into a work of art. Reflection photography is an art because you have to dig deep into your imagination to see the hidden beauty. It is also a science because you should know the right angles and techniques and must be more than familiar with your camera to capture a perfect shot. Here are some tips and tricks for capturing reflection. Read the rest of this entry »

8 Interesting Facts about the Legendary Photo “Afghan Girl”

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Afghan Girl by Steve McCurry

Afghan Girl by Steve McCurry



“She remembers the moment. The photographer took her picture. She remembers her anger. The man was a stranger. She had never been photographed before. Until they met again 17 years later, she had not been photographed since.”

Sharbat Ghula, often dubbed the “Afghan Girl,” would be too familiar to photographers, especially photojournalists. The “Afghan Girl” is the legendary work of a National Geographic photojournalist named Steve McCurry. Her sharp glare reflected her anger and struggle in the hardships of her life, while also depicting the eastern ethnic beauty that can get the audience bewitched. Here are some interesting facts behind the “Afghan Girl” photo by legendary photographer Steve McCurry: Read the rest of this entry »

Common Mistakes in Cleaning a Camera or Lens

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Wrong way to cleaning a camera

Wrong way to cleaning a camera



A camera is, of course, an essential asset to a photographer. To protect said asset, regular maintenance is necessary. But there are many novice photographers who does the opposite in the name of maintenance. Instead of keeping it at tip top shape, they end up unknowingly damage their valuable camera. What are the do’s and don’ts of cleaning your camera and lenses? Here are some tips and tricks: Read the rest of this entry »

9 Easy Steps to Achieve Panning in Photography

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9 Easy Steps to Achieve Panning in Photography

9 Easy Steps to Achieve Panning in Photography

One of the most creative ways to show movement is to use a technique called panning. The image featured on this page is an example of panning. Panning is a photography technique that “freezes” a moving subject while adding motion blur to the background, giving the viewer a distinct sense of movement in the image. This was accomplished by swinging the camera with the biker as he rode by, and using a slow shutter speed to show movement in the background that wasn’t moving with the the camera. Read the rest of this entry »