Yearly Archives: 2011

Basic Photography | Tips & Technique | How To Get Sharp Images With 50mm Lens

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Children Portrait Photography | 50mm | ISO 200 | f/2.0 | 1/1250 50mm Lens can be considered as the most popular portrait lens, I think most people have one in their camera bag. The reason is simple, 50mm lens is the most affordable lens with good quality glass. The most […]

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Basic Photography | RAW vs JPEG | Why I Shoot RAW and Why You Shouldn’t

© 2009 Wazari Wazir | Blue Mosque | Istanbul Turkey I don’t want to write a lengthly post about this RAW vs Jpegs, I don’t want to waste your time and my times writing something that unimportant here. First of all I would like to make things clear that Great picture is a great picture, […]

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Children Portrait Photography | Expressive Portraiture | I Love Grain

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Expressive Portrait Photography I know it is ironic, when camera manufacture strive hard to produce noise free camera sensor so that the picture will be smooth as silk but some photographers choose to add grain to the picture. If you are familiar with one of the world top wedding photographer […]

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Basic Photography | What is a Fast Lens?

© 2007 Wazari Wazir | Raptor Watch | Tanjung Tuan Malacca Lens speed refers to the maximum aperture diameter, or minimum f-number, of a photographic lens. A lens with a larger maximum aperture (that is, a smaller minimum f-number) is a fast lens because it delivers more light intensity (illuminance) to the focal plane, allowing a faster shutter speed. A smaller maximum aperture […]

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Baby as Art | Natural Light Newborn Photography | Raphael

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Baby as Art | Natural Light Newborn Photography “It is an Illusion That Photos are Made With the Camera, They are Made With The Eye, The Heart and Head.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson –

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