Berikut adalah maklumat asas tentang kursus Fotografi untuk rujukan semua:
Anda juga boleh memuat turun proforma di bawah:
Today we will discuss ways to showcase your photography work. Don't let you work kept undiscovered in your folders! It is good to learn how much people can actually make money from their hobbies and photography can be one of them!
Dear students, I hope everything is fine :)
I received few complaints from some of you about their failure to view comments in their blogs. Yesterday I posted an entry on how to change commentary setting in Weebly (VIEW HERE). After a while, I came across another possibility that cause the complaint.
Do you know that there are few main differences between ‘standard page’ and ‘blog page’?
Firstly, if you chose ‘blog page’, your entry will be arranged according to the date/time it was published, with the latest on the top of the list followed by previous entries. On the other hand, if you created your blog pages using ‘standard page’, anything you shared will not be listed by date. In fact, there is no date indicated to each item you shared in ‘standard page’!
Secondly, in ‘blog page’, by default, a commentary section will be provided by Weebly. Meaning, to each entry, there will be a commentary space for your blog readers to share their thoughts. However, in ‘standard page’, you will not get that feature! And I strongly believe that the main factor that caused your problem is actually the selection of pages you created.
For those who were affected with this problem, please log in to your Weebly account again and check whether you used ‘standard page’ or ‘blog page’. If you happened to use ‘standard page’, all you need is to change to ‘blog page’ .. well .. I mean you need to create a new ‘blog page’ and copy all the items you posted in the current ‘standard page’.
Guys, I hope this explanation helps you to resolve the problem.
All the best!
I believe that all of you had developed your own Weebly to showcase your work. I am always here to help you out with the application. Let me know should you have any difficulties/inquiries regarding the use of Weebly.
One of our friends had a problem with the comment section in his blog. Now let me show you how to set up the commentary sections in your Weebly.
To go to setting, log in first, then click on -> SETTINGS -> BLOGS -> comments as shown below:
In Comments, make sure that you choose 'Default' for Commenting System, 'Open' for Comment Default, and 'YES' to Notify me of new comments (so taht you will get notification sent to your email telling you that you have new comments from your blog readers).
All the best and good Luck!
ALhamdulillah .. you had done with one of the assignments! Good job guys!
Let's see the work of our friends too!
Assalamualaikum and salam sejahtera,
As promised, I will share links to Weebly and perhaps these links will give you better ideas on how to create your own website/blog effectively.
Weebly is actually very easy to use. Unlike other providers, Weebly use drag and drop approach which gives more space for creativity. To start with, let's watch the video on how to get started with Weebly:
In the picture above, you will see the list of individual and group assignments for this course.
Make sure that you create at least THREE pages in your personal website:
a) About Me
b) Gallery (which will consist of all your photography assignments)
c) My Reflections (share your feelings and experience during this course)
Aperture refers to the opening of a lens's diaphragm through which light passes. It is calibrated in f/stops and is generally written as numbers such as 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11 and 16. The lower f/stops give more exposure because they represent the larger apertures, while the higher f/stops give less exposure because they represent smaller apertures.
How Aperture Affects Depth of Field
Depth of field is defined as "the zone of acceptable sharpness in front of and behind the subject on which the lens is focused." Simply put: how sharp or blurry is the area behind your subject. Here's the equation:
The lower the f/stop—the larger the opening in the lens—the less depth of field—the blurrier the background.
The higher the f/stop—the smaller the opening in the lens—the greater the depth of field—the sharper the background.
How Aperture Affects Shutter SpeedThe f/stop also affects shutter speed. Using a low f/stop means more light is entering the lens and therefore the shutter doesn't need to stay open as long to make a correct exposure which translates into a faster shutter speed. Again, the reverse is true: using a high f/stop means that less light is entering the lens and therefore the shutter will need to stay open a little longer which translates into a slower shutter speed.
Where to Find the Aperture
All lenses have a maximum aperture, and all NIKKOR lenses list the widest possible aperture on the lens barrel. Some zoom lenses will detail something like f/3.5-5.6 on the lens barrel or 1:3.5-5.6 (below right). These numbers, the 3.5 and the 5.6, are referring to the maximum aperture or widest opening the lens can achieve for each end of the zoom range. Some higher end lenses can maintain the largest aperture throughout the entire zoom range, so only one number is detailed (below left).
The rule of thirds is a powerful compositional technique for making photos more interesting and dynamic. It's also perhaps one of the most well known. Using the 'Rule of Thirds' is not something that you have to do, but it goes a long way to improving your photography.
The rule of thirds states than an image is most pleasing when its subjects or regions are composed along imaginary lines which divide the image into thirds — both vertically and horizontally:
1. Check your camera to be sure that it has a grid. A lot of cameras these days have that capability.
2. With this grid in mind the ‘rule of thirds’ now identifies four important parts of the image that you should consider placing points of interest in as you frame your image.
The theory is that if you place points of interest in the intersections or along the lines that your photo becomes more balanced and will enable a viewer of the image to interact with it more naturally. Studies have shown that when viewing images that people’s eyes usually go to one of the intersection points most naturally rather than the center of the shot – using the rule of thirds works with this natural way of viewing an image rather than working against it.
3. With the 'visual' of the rule of thirds, take a photograph. Be sure the subject of your image is at the crosshatch whenever possible. Even if it isn't at the crosshatch, but at the location of a third; left, right, top, bottom. In this screenshot, you see that the eyes are at the top third.
4. Be sure that the point of interest is at the intersection of the crosshatches, either real or imagined.
Using the Rule of Thirds comes naturally to some photographers but for many of us takes a little time and practice for it to become second nature.
In learning how to use the rule of thirds (and then to break it) the most important questions to be asking of yourself are:
Here are more examples of photos taken using this rule:
Photography is my passion .. errr .. used to be ..
I love to photograph beautiful sceneries especially when I was abroad .. but sometimes I also used my Olympus Pen to capture panoramic views in this country. As time goes by .. I got piles and piles of work coming to my desk .. and that led to my ignorance towards this hobby.
I have compiled some of my photos in my IG actually but I am no longer active in IG - due to work again!
Click here to VISIT MY IG GUYS! :D
As promised here are some of the photos derived from my IG.
If you notice, I love to use the Rule of Thirds in my photography, right.
I also love to produce depth of field in my photos .. can you still remember what should you play with to create the depth of field? .... think!
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Cambridge in Colour
Digital Photography School
Digital Camera World
ATIYAH NADHIRAH BINTI SALIM
Ramyah a/p V. Rajendran
Nurul Nabila Saad
Nurul Huda Mohd Farith
Auswenik a/p Paramasivan
Mohammad Syazwan Abd Rahim
Meor Mohamed Azri Meor Idris
Sherry Michelle anak Bumpoh
Nur Amanina Sarib Hassan
Siti Nazirah Mazlan
Muhamad Malyan Saputra
Nur Syahirah Mydin
Atiyah Nadhirah Salim
Izad Firdaus Ya'kob
This work by Dr. Fariza Khalid is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at www.farizakhalid.com.