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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #60 on: August 24, 2010, 03:34:11 PM »
thanks for the brief explanation Idol Mon... I'm just starting out landscapes, and I'm just using my nifty fifty. So far I'm enjoying it habang nagiipon for 10-22 and filters...

Naiisip ko lang mga Sirs... may mga nakikita kasi akong nag po post ng photos na 2 NDs ung ginagamit... may nakikita pa ba sila sa viewfinder nun? makaka focus pa ba ng lente?

Manual focus. I think newer camera's like the 5D Mark II allows you to focus accurately on Live View.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #61 on: August 24, 2010, 04:02:50 PM »
salamat po sa mga tips!
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #62 on: September 30, 2010, 12:55:47 PM »
great tips. thanks for sharing sir mon. makes me want to try shooting landscapes more.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #63 on: October 01, 2010, 12:25:53 AM »
Depende sa lugar. Isipin mo ang lente ay gaya ng mata mo nakapag tumitingin ka sa araw o kahit anong maliwanag, ikaw ay napapapikit. Ibig sabihin nito, ganito rin ang naturamenteng gawi ng isang lente, gamit ang aperture ng nito, nagagawa nating kontrolin ang lakas ng tama ng ilaw na dadapo sa sensor ng ating kamera.

Ipagpalagay natin na ang filters, ano mang uri nito ay kahalintulad ng isang antipara. Ginagamit natin ito upang mas maaninagan ang isang eksena sa mga pagkakataong hirap ang lente upang makita ang dapat nitong makita. Sapagkat ang ating kamera ay limitado lamang sa tagal ng segundo na kaya nitong ibuka ang kanyan shutter, gumagamit tayo ng filters para ang bagal ng shutter ay mapatagal upang lalo nitong makuha ang larawan o mahuli ang mga bagay na gumagalaw gaya ng tubig, hangin o mga ulap. Bagamat maari nating galawin ang ISO at aperture ng ating kamera, ito ay hindi advisable sa landscape sapagkat hangad natin ang malinis (digital noise) at mataas na depth of field o area of focus ng larawan.

Ang ND or Neutral Density Filters ay kahalintulad ng shades. May solid (ND) at gradual (Graduated ND) na klase ito at gaya ng isang shades, may kapal din at sukat ito; #1,2,4,6,8 etc. Sa hindi pareparehong pagkakataon, ginagamit ito upang maging balanse ang exposure sa takdang tagal ng shutter o exposure.

Ang CPL o Circular Polarizer naman ay parang ND filter din. Ang kaibahan nito, iniikot o pinipihit ito para ang tama ng ilaw ay lumihis o di kaya ay umiwas para ang nakikita ng lente mo ay tumingkad o tumagos sa mga bagay na mayroon reflection ang ilaw. Kalimitan itong gamitin pag asul ang langit, at maberde ang paligid o kaya ay nais tangalin ang haze ng reflection ng tubig o salamin.

Hindi na kailangan ng filter sa nightscapes. Isipin mo na lang ito; nakashades ka sa gabi, mejo kakatawa ka noon. Sa mangilan-ngilang pagkakataon, maari kang gumamit nito kung ang isang parte ng iyung kinukuhaan ay sobrang liwanag at maaring makasira sa kabuoang exposure. Pero hanggat maaari, maingat na iwasan ang mga malalapit na ilaw para hindi mo na kailangan magshades.

Wala pong anuman. Masaya po akong ibahagi ang aking munting nalalaman. Bow.

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salamat sa ganitong kasagutan, ang dami kong natututunan, aplikasyun nalang sa tingin ko ang kailangan....

salamat sau mang mon.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #64 on: December 20, 2010, 06:31:02 PM »
mon, your wisdom is greatly appreciated especially for a newbie like me. the experiential learning you shared herein are priceless. may you not tire sharing your knowledge.

your artistic feature writing presentation style made the reading even more enjoyable. kudos!

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #65 on: April 12, 2011, 03:17:17 PM »
sticky dapat tong thread na to eh.  ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #66 on: April 13, 2011, 11:51:52 AM »
Very informative advise, enlivening the passion to landscape photography. Thank you for sharing. :)
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #67 on: April 13, 2011, 12:10:18 PM »
Can I sticky this thread? ;)

I've been contemplating alot lately about doing landscape photography.. ;D
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #68 on: April 14, 2011, 11:57:45 AM »
I love reading threads now at Pinoyphotography! Hehe. Most of the time, I just lurk at the Trade section...

Thanks Mon for sharing it the layman's language.
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #69 on: April 15, 2011, 06:33:53 PM »

may mga tanong ako mga landscape masters, saan maganda i-apply ang bulb mode? nababasa ko kasi madalas gamitin ito sa fireworks at long exposures. may mga tips ba kayong maishe-share sa mga pictures na night shots pero malinaw ang reflections ng lights sa tubig, mostly nito is reflection ng lighted buildings sa mga rivers etc.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #70 on: April 16, 2011, 09:39:40 AM »
may mga tanong ako mga landscape masters, saan maganda i-apply ang bulb mode? nababasa ko kasi madalas gamitin ito sa fireworks at long exposures. may mga tips ba kayong maishe-share sa mga pictures na night shots pero malinaw ang reflections ng lights sa tubig, mostly nito is reflection ng lighted buildings sa mga rivers etc.


Use a tripod, shutter release cable. When shooting light reflections sa tubig, 2 things yan; pwedeng kasing gumagalaw yung tubig so ang habol mo is more of the colors reflecting in the water surface. B-mode so that you can expose the buildings (elements above your water area) properly but pay attention na hindi ma-over exposed yung water reflection area. Keep in mind that "water" reflects light so exposing the two opposite elements; buildings (sources of light) and water (area of reflection) requires precise control.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #71 on: April 18, 2011, 09:00:29 AM »
^ thank you so much mon, i'll try your suggestions here once I get a better tripod.

how about picture styles and white balance? do these affect night shots?

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #72 on: April 18, 2011, 09:30:28 AM »
^ thank you so much mon, i'll try your suggestions here once I get a better tripod.

how about picture styles and white balance? do these affect night shots?

WB, yes unless you're shooting RAW. Set appropriate WB or set custom when shooting JPEG.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #73 on: April 19, 2011, 06:59:03 PM »
thank you for the share sir mon! :)

may gusto lang po ako itanong sa mga master natin.
how do you practice your landscape photography?
kasi di ba hindi naman palagi nandyan tayo sa  magagandang landscape. im just curious about it. I also dreamed to be a top landscape photographer(like the masters here in Pipho) and I'm on my way chasing it, but it seems I need directions with my pursuit of light. :)

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #74 on: April 20, 2011, 08:48:50 AM »
thank you for the share sir mon! :)

may gusto lang po ako itanong sa mga master natin.
how do you practice your landscape photography?
kasi di ba hindi naman palagi nandyan tayo sa  magagandang landscape. im just curious about it. I also dreamed to be a top landscape photographer(like the masters here in Pipho) and I'm on my way chasing it, but it seems I need directions with my pursuit of light. :)

Lloyd,

Magandang umaga, kung iyong mamarapating sumagot ako, una kailangan mong isipin na ang 'landscape' o 'seascape' ay hindi lamang pagkuha ng mga larawan ng bato-bato, dalampasigan, humahampas na alon, at aurora borealis. Sa pangkalahatan, nagiging maganda lamang sa paningin ng karamihan ang isang larawan sapagkat ito ay bago at kakaiba mula sa karaniwang nakikita ng mata. Ang maganda ay subhektibo. Bukod sa kapwa nating maalam sa larawan, marapat at isipin din natin paano ito na-aappreciate ng ordinaryong mamayan na hindi nakakaintindi ng hyperfocal, exposure pillars at post processing. Para sa isang mahusay na photographer, kinakailangan niyang maging mulat at sensetibo sa iyong paligid. Walang pangit at magandang panahon. Ang lahat ng oras ay pagkakataon para matuto, sapagkat hindi lahat ng pagkakataon ay nangangahulugang pagkuha ng larawan.

Magsanay at makisanay.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #75 on: April 20, 2011, 09:22:36 AM »
Lloyd,

Magandang umaga, kung iyong mamarapating sumagot ako, una kailangan mong isipin na ang 'landscape' o 'seascape' ay hindi lamang pagkuha ng mga larawan ng bato-bato, dalampasigan, humahampas na alon, at aurora borealis. Sa pangkalahatan, nagiging maganda lamang sa paningin ng karamihan ang isang larawan sapagkat ito ay bago at kakaiba mula sa karaniwang nakikita ng mata. Ang maganda ay subhektibo. Bukod sa kapwa nating maalam sa larawan, marapat at isipin din natin paano ito na-aappreciate ng ordinaryong mamayan na hindi nakakaintindi ng hyperfocal, exposure pillars at post processing. Para sa isang mahusay na photographer, kinakailangan niyang maging mulat at sensetibo sa iyong paligid. Walang pangit at magandang panahon. Ang lahat ng oras ay pagkakataon para matuto, sapagkat hindi lahat ng pagkakataon ay nangangahulugang pagkuha ng larawan.

Magsanay at makisanay.

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 kagaya ng nabasa ko po dati. "it's about making ordinary, extra ordinary". mukhang nakalimutan ko na. thanks for reminding. thank you sir mon :)

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #76 on: April 21, 2011, 11:20:50 AM »
mga sirs question lang since newbie lang po ako, during shooting ng landscapes, seascapes etc. san ba dapat magmeter for correct exposure ng buong litrato? sa gitna ba? foreground? sa sky?

or dito papasok yung tulong ng mga filters?


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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #77 on: April 21, 2011, 12:41:03 PM »
very informative and inspiring thread..thanks for sharing guys..  :D

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #78 on: April 29, 2011, 05:26:30 PM »
thanks for this thread. really made me read from start to finish :)

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #79 on: May 15, 2011, 05:40:11 PM »
isa sa mga sinusubaybayan kong thread.. once again sir thanks for sharing!  ;D
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