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Family Photography | Having Fun At The Beach | Pantai Tengah Langkawi

© 2014 Wazari Wazir | My Family Having Fun at Pantai Tengah Langkawi This is our second time we spent our holiday as a family in Langkawi. Second time for HaiQal, my eldest son and first time for three year old Raphael and one year old Arianna, my only daughter. During our first visit we […]

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Photography Tips | Simple Way on How To Get Great Bokeh

© 2012 Wazari Wazir | Mother and Son | 50mm | f/1.8 | ISO 200 | 1/250 “Bokeh” has evolved somewhat from its original meaning. Bokeh is now commonly used to refer to blurred lights or shapes within an image, where as, the term more accurately describes the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus area of […]

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Portrait Photography eBook | Forget Mugshots, Make Stronger Portraits by David duChemin

© 2012 Craft and Vision | eBook | Forget Mugshots, 10 Steps to Better Portraits by David duChemin Forget Mugshots, 10 Steps To Better Portraits is for every photographer who’s ever wanted to make stronger photographs of people. Written by David duChemin, a photographer whose living and calling for the last 6 years has been creating […]

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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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Fine Art Portraiture | Black and White and Texture Photography

© 2011 Wazari Wazir | Fine Art Portrait Photography | A Portrait of My Son “Photography is a craft. Anyone can learn a craft with normal intelligence and application. To take it beyond the craft is something else. That’s when magic comes in. And I don’t know that there’s any explanation for that.” – Elliot […]

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