Monthly Archives: June 2013

Traveling | A Glimpse of Thamel Kathmandu

© 2013 Wazari Wazir | Thamel | Kathmandu | Nepal I just wanted to share with you a random shot taken around Thamel area on our last day in Kathmnadu before flying back home the next day on November 22nd 2012. I really don’y have much time exploring this a area for truly photographic purpose, […]

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Backlighting Photography Tips | Use Manual Focus

© 2013 Wazari Wazir | Mother and Daughter | Backlighting Photography | 50 mm | ISO 200 | 1/400 | F/2 Previously I’d wrote about backlighting photography tips, but that one focus more about getting the right exposure, because shooting into the light or backlighting can be very tricky to get the right exposure, using […]

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Photography | Sharp Shooter | Proven Techniques for Sharper Photographs

© 2013 Craft and Vision | Sharp Shooter | Proven Techniques for Sharper Photographs By Martin Bailey “Center, Manually Selected, or All Focus Points: Whether your camera has 9 or 61 focus points, you choose which to focus with. Many people favour the center focus point, because it’s often the most accurate and simply because […]

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Life After Art By Matt Appling | Book Review

© 2013 Wazari Wazir | Life After Art | Matt Appling “How many years has it been since you were covered in paint in your elementary school’s art room? After reading Life after Art, you may want  to go back.  Matt takes readers on a journey to the art room to discover our purpose in […]

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Traveling | Exemption of Visa for Malaysian Nationals Visiting Japan

© 2012 Wazari Wazir | Imperial Palace Tokyo Japan © 2012 Wazari Wazir | Imperial Palace | Tokyo Japan © 2012 Wazari Wazir | Akasaka Palace | Tokyo Japan I’ve been to Japan for an official assignment covering Malaysia’s King King Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah and Queen Haminah Hamidun for a  five-day state visit to […]

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