B-bokeh tte n-nani?
From my last entry about Alter’s Akiyama Mio, I decided to create a photoshoot gallery of the figurine. Being a newfag in photography, I don’t know much about techniques and know-how. Also, I don’t have any DSLR to begin with. I just used my only digital camera, Panasonic Lumix LX3. One of the famous technique in photography is bokeh. It is something like a blur image or out of focus, intentionally. People usually tried to focus on the object that they want while blurring the other parts which are not in the focus. So, I just playing around with the settings and I present you this gallery.
I knew that the picture kinda yellowish. I do hope experts out there give some inputs so that I could improve myself (on techniques, m’kay? Don’t bother asking me to get a proper DSLR).
- Yui and Mio Photoshoot
This was actually taken several days ago. In all, there are 180 pictures I took with my LX3 (only a third of them being displayed here). I even testing around with my flash gun but […]
- Big Spender
I bet some of you might be thinking of how big my underwear is, aye? Or rather pantsu if you prefer that way. Anyway, it's about my bad habits in getting something I like. Something costs […]
So, there, I went to 1Utama on Friday along with linkinstreet and shah_ho_nam. DaiCon is currently there from 1st to 3rd of May for EMiNA roadshow. From the roadshow itself, the selling of […]
- Mior bin Tok Aki Yama
It's already available for a couple of months I guess but I just got my Alter version of Akiyama Mio last Sunday. Truthfully, it was already there in the hands of the guy who helped me […]