A few weeks ago I had some time off from work and decided to test myself by taking shots of this manmade waterfall in the neighborhood. There was plenty of morning traffic, but with my headphones on, I was able to tune it out as I started taking photos.
Here are a few edited ones that I wanted to share.
Still not sure about the editing on the last one, but other than that, I am quite pleased with myself for capturing these shoots. This impromptu shoot gave me the chance to test out changing the ISO (as the weather went from cloudy to sunny super fast) as well as the white balance and f stop.
And if you have taken a peek over at the updated Portfolio ’19 page, then you know what the next post will be about already. I will be discussing that experience in the next post. Until then, share some of your recent (or most inspiring) photography work in the comments!
Today is the day that I came into the world, and I decided to spend it capturing myself!
As I am now, in all my splendor. Originally I had planned to share two studio photo shoots, but I felt that the photos from the first session were only good for IG. And that was after slapping a filter to them! In my defense, this was my first time giving a reflector a go. Using one was fun but for the reflector that I have, having at least two extra set of hands available is a must!
Either way, I am super happy how these photos that I will share with you all turned out! Needless to say that I am still a work in progress, but I am happy with that too. If I’m not working on improving, then how will I ever improve? Thank you for visiting my site and I look forward to sharing more developments with you all soon!
Okay, I think I’ve got the hang of this monthly posting business!
Not really, but I have accepted that I will always be a work in progress. Which reminds me of a few photos that I took on a company trip to a temple recently. I spotted a worker sweeping and wanted to see what develops later, so I took a few candid shots.
Tonight I finally uploaded the photos for editing and tried out a vibrant, almost comic strip like charm while using Adobe Express. And I loved the end result! Though the more classic, rustic edit came out nicely as well, which is why I shared both of them in the slide below.
In 4 days time, I am suppose to be shooting a few gorgeous women in Anyang Art Park. It’s just on the outskirts of Seoul (thank goodness, because I honestly don’t think that I can handle any more of that place right now). The park in fact was originally a theme park (I believe) so there are all sorts of funky and fun spots for taking great pictures. I’ve invited a few volunteer ‘models’ for this shoot, so I’m hoping at least 5 or 5 of these ladies can make it out.
The theme that I thought of for this shoot is how I came up with the name.
Keep your fingers crossed that the shoot goes well and that I manage to get some outstanding photos!
Please be advised – these photos were taken with a backup camera out of boredom and before I got myself situated with a more serious editing software.
Needless to say, they are not the best work. Though the day I took them is what is most important. On that day I decided to officially launch Soprano Musings Photography.
I am still learning and that is the number one reason why I have decided to take photos this year for absolutely no charge. So now I am looking for models and scouting different locations all over South Korea to challenge myself.
This website will document the journey and I can not wait to see what develops!