Queen Elizabeth Park 2014
The spring season is finally here, and I took a walk around QE Park in Vancouver to take in the cherry blossom trees blossoming and the beautiful colourful flowers that blossomed around the park. The park is nicely maintained by park staff and has a observatory housing tropical wildlife, a garden, and other amenities such […]
Little stop sign for bicycles confusing
More random photos being posted….. On Fraser Street and 37th Street Bicycle Route in Vancouver, at the traffic light, there is a little stop sign for bicycles. This little stop sign should orient the other way facing the west, because a driver can get confused to see the stop sign facing the driver’s way, while […]
Spring’s almost here!
Spring 2014 has almost arrived – well, actually it has arrived officially, but the weather still feels a little bit cold. Couldn’t wait to take some scenic photos. I went to Port Moody Regional Park to snap some random landscape photos in the late afternoon of a weekday. This regional park is located in Port […]
360 Product Rotation on Clothing and Gadgets
Imagine walking by a store on the street, and you find an interesting product at the window you want to look at closely. Problem is, the store is closed. The answer to this is the person can go onto the website and view the product all around in 3D motion.
One of the best things I find with photography is not just snap a photo, but manipulate it so that I can express my creativities to the fullest extent. This photo is taken at a residential highrise in downtown Vancouver. It was mainly sunny with a few clouds today.
Color Correction in Real Estate Photography
Many people wonder “I should just use a point and shoot camera and just take the photo myself”. But did you know that just by doing that, you overlook important details of the photos that could have look nicer?
Real Estate Photos for January 2014
We recently did some Real Estate Photography for our customers in Maple Ridge, Surrey and the Vancouver area. We don’t just snap a photo and walk away – we take a number of photos at different exposures per spot. Then the actual work comes in – putting all the different exposed photos together to […]
Testing of our new DSLR camera
We’ve recently over the Christmas 2013 upgraded our hardware from a Canon Rebel T3i to a Canon 70D. The benefits of upgrading to this hardware includes: Faster autofocus on Live View on par with regular point and shoots Touch screen autofocus on selected parts of the scene, for both stills and video Automatic video autofocus […]
Canada Line Bridge
Walking over the Canada Line Pedestrian Bridge, I can take in the view to the west facing the airport. Taking still photos obviously is no easy task, as the bridge actually shakes while the train passes by. The pedestrian bridge links Vancouver and Richmond for cyclists and pedestrians alternative to the Oak St. Bridge. […]
High Dynamic Range Photography
A camera’s sensor can only detect and record a limited amount of range of light – it can only record an image that is mid-tone brightness balanced. For example, you maybe taking a photo of a person or a building with the sun at the background. You may want to overexpose the camera settings so […]