Monthly Archives: March 2011

Telling Stories With a Photograph | A Conversation With Mother

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | A Conversation With Mother at Kinokuniya Bookstore I personally think that the basis of a photography is to tell a story with a photograph, that’s why they called it a Photograph Worth a Thousand Words. A photograph is a visual language where most of the times people don’t need any […]

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Portrait Photography | A Moment of Silence

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Portrait of My Son | A Moment f Silence It may look like my son were sitting there forever in that position but the truth is, it is the only shot that I got before in less than  thirty seconds my son runs away. I was so lucky to get […]

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Photojournalist and Bounce Flash

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Photojournalist at Work With Bounce Flash I’ve written an article not too long ago about why Photojournalist seldom use bounce flash when taking picture, most of the times, they will use direct flash for their assignment. As a Photojournalist myself I’ve write in the article about why we photojournalist don’t […]

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Portrait Photography | Expressive Portraiture

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Expressive Portraiture This is what my son will do when he get tired of me chasing him around with my camera. He want to be free playing around, after all these years he get so accustomed to the camera but still, it will never be easy for me to photograph […]

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Joy of Childhood | Time to Play

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | A Time to Play “You are worried about seeing him spend his early years in doing nothing.  What!  Is it nothing to be happy?  Nothing to skip, play, and run around all day long?  Never in his life will he be so busy again.” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile, 1762 –

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