Welcome,just have fun
Hi, I’m photography enthusiast from Poland. I enjoy analog the most, but sometimes shoot with my phone, too. I already added a few posts and will share more soon. Maybe some of it will catch you eye
Welcome and have fun
So first things first, my name is Ferrão, i’m from Portgal and i love photography.
I studied photography some years ago but the market on Portugal is very slim, so i ended up doing something else i love, mechanical and machine engeneering.
Still, photography is part of my life, and i descovered PhotoBlog a while ago and decided to join you guys and be part of this comunity. (sorry for my english)
Welcome,I am sure you gonna have fun here
Welcome @ferrao, have fun blogging here, I’ll surely check your posts
BTW. Nice first post and photos, and really nice bike
@hoody47 Thanks ill try to keep updating regulary.
Its nice to see people are still using analog cameras. Seeing your profile made me want to get my voigtlander off the shelf and “burn” some rolls, maybe one day eheh
Thanks, im sure i will.
Thanks for reply! I find analog really fun to do and results are really rewarding. If you decide to try it, let us know how it went
Welcome and enjoy there is a great community here
Hi, I am Varsha from India. I am an architect by profession. I love to travel & experience new things. I take photos of anything that interests me. I stumbled onto this platform when I was looking for a cool place to share my outlook on topics. I find this a very diverse community with lots of positivity; there are people here with unique perspectives & distinctive individualities. Want to improve my photography, share my stories & come across interesting individuals!
Any tips on basic post-processing? Thank you
Hello Varsha! Welcome and enjoy your “stay” here. I joined PhotoBlog just recently and already feel that community is great and diverse, with so many people to be inspired by or to learn from. I think you will feel the same
I don’t have any tips about post processing, because I also need to learn about it, but there are some interesting articles in the “Learn” section of PhotoBlog: https://www.photoblog.com/learn/
I joined this comunity a few days ago and i already can tell its a excelente one.
On post Processing tutorials or tips nothing beats experimentation. Post processing and protoghraphy always have a lot of your personality on them, so experiment and see what works for you. And YouTube and photograpgy magazines have a lot of information. If you use lightroom, the latest version as lots of tutorials.
Keep shotting and experimenting, cheers
Thank you so much for the link, I will be sure to read as often as possible; It seems to be a treasure trove of information
Yes I will be sure to try & improve, I have also subscribed to a photography magazine to educate myself. Thanks for your encouragement!
I joined a while ago but I don’t think I ever did the formal intro thing… so here goes!
I have been shooting since I was a wee nipper, started with an old 120 Box Camera that my great-grandparents had… then on through a 110 and eventually on to my first SLR - a Pentax K1000… which I still have. Now I primarily shoot digital - though did pull out the old K1000 and my father-in-law’s Exakta VX last year to shoot and develop a little b/w film! My current digital kit: K7, K3, K3ii & Couple of Flash units & 18-55, 55-300, 100 2.8 Macro, 18-135, 150-450, and 70-200 2.8 | All are Pentax except the 70-200 is Tamron. I frequently post process in b/w - I’m just still drawn to b/w for many reasons. If I shoot people then I prefer candids - not so much with the posed portraits… my go to lens is my 55-300 for almost everything… but I also love the 100 because it lets me catch those beautiful candid portraits because I can be far enough away to not distract the subject… and the 100 is obviously also great for flowers! I shoot primarily nature - flowers, wildlife - from land but also love shooting from my kayak and built a custom rig to carry three cameras safely while in the kayak… but also location shoots and events, and of course my son… whenever I can keep up with him!
Happy shooting …but above all, have fun.