A while ago, I created a blog post to talk about my travel backup strategy and it was received well by you guys. Now I decided to create a YouTube video to share this information.
FujiXAus Experimental Lighting Meet
On Saturday 11th August, there was a meet up organised by the Sydney crew of FujiXAus Facebook Group and luckily I was able to attend this event. The event was about Experimental Lighting outdoors using small and big lights. Couple of the group members who old lights and understand how to use them came with their gear and shared some...
Wide Angle photos without a Wide Angle Lens
Some time ago, I wrote a post about shooting wide angles without a wide angle lens. As I was shooting some of the videos for my channel (that’s for subscribing) I came up with the idea of sharing this as a video.
I got told to Smile
Often times, feedback from loved ones can be just the re-assurance or booster you need in life. A step in the right direction!!
Clone Out People On Your Phone
Subscribe In today's video, I show you a very useful and easy tip when it comes to editing your photos on your phone. It's quite easy to do, to remove people from photos or remove distracting elements from your photos using Snapseed (a free app - iOS and Android) Once you load you image from which you want to remove people, simply use the Healing...
Vivid Sydney 2018 – VLOG 13
Vlog #13 is from my outing at Sydney’s Vivid Festival celebrating 10 years. It was a rainy day and the weather gods were against me but I made the most of the night.
Stigmas of Starting Vlogging Channel on Youtube
In this post I share my thoughts about the challenges one faces when starting vlogging on YouTube.
Peter McKinnon B-Roll Challenge
One of my favourite YouTuber Peter McKinnon put out a challenge earlier this week. It was to shoot some B-Roll around your home and tell a story just using B-Roll. I took on the challenge but decided that I would use an intersection near work that I will film and create a story with it. This also allowed me to duck out at lunch to shoot for an...
What’s in my Camera Bag?
Ever since discovering Peak Design thanks to Trey Ratcliff (from Stuck in Customs), I have been hooked on their bags!! I owned their Everyday Messenger 15 bag for 3 years before I moved over to the Everyday Backpack 20L. I sold the Messenger 15 to a good home where it will continue to serve!! The bag although looks quite compact but is really...
VLOG 06 – Visiting Port Arthur Historic Site
Next vlog from my trip to Hobart, Tasmania is online now. Day 2 of our trip, we visited Historic World Heritage listed Port Arthur just an hour from Hobart. Thanks to the perfect weather on this day we spent most of the day here exploring and appreciating this history site. We stopped in the afternoon to enjoy some pies and beers. Its amazing and...
VLOG 05 – Heading to Hobart
It's school holidays which means time for a little family time with my girls. As we were travelling to the southern state of Tasmania for the first time. Yep that's true, 22 years living in Australia and its the first time I have been to the southernmost city in Australia. Few steps south and you'd reach Antartica literally. We flew from Sydney...
DIY Convert Film Negative into Digital Image
Last week I published a post that provided very comprehensive details on my process of converting 35mm film negatives or medium formats into digital images so you can save them on your computer or take them to a local Lab to get them printed. This week, I have put together a video version but with even more insight on my post-processing steps to...