Monday, 12 September 2011

Hantu Atap

Housemate Izmir Khalish and neighbour Luqman Sakawi were just hanging out in my house and in a few minutes later we found ourselves at the apartment's rooftop snapping photos. I used my beloved bridge camera, the Olympus SP-570UZ mounted on a tripod. I used a 4 second shutter speed and f-stop value of f2.8 and ISO 64. For the 'ghost' effect I used a soft slow sync flash which fires in the first curtain. The sebject quickly moves out of the frame after the flash fires, exposing the background. Can't understand what I am talking about? Me too. Like my Facebook page by clicking the Facebook badge on the right side of this page and I can teach how to do it personally. The first two photos shows myself after taking the night panoramas for my post Rooftop Panorama.
"Panorama Shoot" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 1" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 2" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 3" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 4" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 5" by Adzrin Mansor
"Hantu Atap 4" by Adzrin Mansor

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Rooftop Panorama

Okay, for readers who have read my post "Find Your Soul in Seoul", I said that I lived in Boramae, but because of the flood, I moved to a newer house in Guro. This is the view from the rooftop. Taken using an Olympus SP-570UZ, F5.6 1/80 18mm, post-editing using Adobe Photoshop CS3.

'Rooftop' by Adzrin Mansor
And a night view...
'Rooftop Night' by Adzrin Mansor
Notice some of the photos are a bit blurry? That's camera shake in the first curtain, which is the movement of my fingers pressing the shutter button. So, I would highly advice you to leave your camera on a stable stand and use a 2 second timer to prevent camera shake...

Here we go, an updated version of the night view. No more blurs...
'Rooftop Night HD' by Adzrin Mansor

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