3/52 weeks - My life lately…also known as calculus tutor, study groups, long tests, and midterms. :( #ijustwanttopass
2/52 weeks - Went on a road trip to Tagaytay with Bea and her family! Her lola has such a pretty house with nice wallpaper and good lighting!
Try adding contrast! :)
Lightroom is the bestttt!
Thank you! I used my 50mm lens which has an aperture of 1.8. The lower the number of your aperture, the more bokeh your lens will produce. Usually a background with trees will give out that kind of bokeh because light passes through the empty spaces of the leaves!
I usually have like a default set of angles I use all the time in my head for food and portrait photography. The key to food photography is to try all angles! I think that’s why food photographers get paid so much (since they have to take a lot of shots to get the perfect angle). For portraits, i think it depends who your model is and what you’re shooting for!
Depends what I’m doing! I love using my 50mm for portraits and food (mostly everyday stuff) because of the 1.8 aperture. When I’m taking a selfie (HAHAHA) in my little make shift studio at home or for a photobooth, I use my kit lens!