Brenizer bokeh Method

What's that?? My super duper 14-150 lens is practically useless in getting any bokeh. I learn from this brenizer-method. Easy enough if you combine the Panorama to it...PROVIDED the subject don't move.

This is a 3 picture stitch.

Oh yes, This is the Launch of the SUPER GT at Empire Shopping gallery in Subang.


Have 14mm will travel.

This Fourthird standard is confusing. Lenses marked 14mm gives only 28mm Field of view.

Here, a part of the Kuah town, Langkawi

This quiet town and lack of traffic make panorama shooting a breeze.

II also did a 360 deg panorama at one of the 2 observation platform in Langkawi.
Other than the malformed guy in the picture (actually he moved) it would have been perfect. Be warned..that picture is huge.

From Langkawi, it's back home to Selangor. in April 07, was my first of my many trip to F1 circuit in Sepang.

The Earth is round but that horizon is not that curved..it's exaggerated...Ok.. I accidentally tilted the camera at the two ends of my panorama. Could have corrected it in another software but it looked too nice so I left it as it was

More later..


What did I learn?

Well, What Did I learn?
If you look at the last picture of the last post, you will notice that the guy in the foreground appeared twice. It got me thinking.Can I mimic a double exposure?

Yes, It's possible.
There are many ways you can use panorama and this is one of them.

Multiple exposures!!! 

This is getting real fun from an error.

Cheers for today.


All things Wide.

When I started dSLR photography, the first lens I got was the wide angle lens. ZD 11-22. Actually that was the only lens I could afford. I know nothing of f Stops, Aperture and etc etc..(which till today still a mystery to me). Arm with that lens and the 2 kits that came with my E-330, I went to Jiuchaigau, mentioned in the first post. Shot some wide shots there but I did not really like the stretching at the sides. This normal when using wide lenses. Hence the love of Panorama Photography was born..in me at least.

Quit that boring stuff...lets look at pictures of my travels..
Still at Langkawi,

This is taken on a boat heading out to the islands to see fishes, If you shoot fast enough, I found that I could still do a panorama.

A boring few months followed until that PutraJaya's fireworks in  August. I think that was the first time Fireworks were held there.

Shot from where I was seated before the fireworks started.

Late that year, I learn something  that panorama photography can do.While having a TT with a group of photographers,
 I could actually do a group shoot using this panorama technique. There is no need for a wide angle lens when in limited spaced environment. Just do a panorama.

Another thing I learn also late that year while I was having a holiday in Chengmai.

More on this in the next post.

Cheers for now.



From Kota Kinabalu, I journeyed to Langkawi, March 2007. This is a beautiful island full of places for one to practice photography and to relax.

The sandy beaches


Beautiful mountain

Which comes with a Sky bridge

Since then I have been back to this lovely island twice.

Yes, I love to travel and see places. another thing you will notice is all the pictures are Panoramic. Almost all the panorama you see here are stitched with the help of the Panorama software from Arcsoft. It is one of the easiest software to use. This remarkable software was introduced to me when it was bundled with a digital camera purchase. It's now in it's 5th version.

Cheers for now.


Starting today...

My digital photography journey.

It all started when I was blessed with a journey to Jiuzhaigau, China in 2006.

A 5 picture stitching of one of the many waterfalls there.

That was followed by a trip to Kota Kinabalu. Sabah.

A 7 picture stitch of the Sutera Harbor

In December of that same year, Singapore
Flamingos at Singapore's Bird Park.

February of 2007,
Itching to learn more of photography, I visited PutraJaya, Malaysia. This wonderful place became one of the few places I will be visiting in the coming years.
Sunset at Seri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajaya, Malaysia

The Red mosque taken from the Seri Wawasan Bridge

 And the Seri Wawasan Bridge from the directon of the Red Mosque