Excerpt: “After having been an avid photography buff for many years, one day not so long ago, I decided to join Photowalkers Taiwan, a Taipei-based group that organizes walks for photography enthusiasts…” “Three Photography Lessons: My Travel Log” published in Travel in Taiwan, September, 2018. Text and Pictures. pg 31.
Are you tempted to take shortcuts to boost your follower numbers on Twitter or Instagram? Is it really worth it? I don’t know but here is what I found out when I started digging… A certain Twitterer did buy Twitter followers: I’m not sure how many because I only got to sample of 9% of their followers… but… Read More »
Recently members of Photowalkers were asked for selected photos to be republished on a media company’s website and FB feed. The members of Photowalkers range from amateurs using mobile phones to professionals with high-end cameras; but we all enjoy photography and sharing our time, knowledge and photographs. Organisers devote time and energy for no financial gain whatsoever, so that… Read More »
So once I purchased my new camera, the D3000; I noted a few things that needed to be upgraded. Eyepiece New battery Lens Brush + Lens Cloth New Dry Box and Bags Remote Clicker Camera Bag 18mm~55mm Kit Lens Replacement ND Filter SD Card Reader for Android Extra Lens Bag Dummies Guide to D3000* (new add) I already… Read More »
So there I am, out on the streets of Yingge snapping away! And a fine trip it was, thanks to Chenbl & TC Lin. But for the umpteenth time, I found that I had set my ISO to 3200 just as an upper limit only to find that I’d shot dozens of photos IN ISO3200. Now, if you’re… Read More »
People don’t do Photowalks for exercise, that’s for sure! The average Photowalker’s walking pace is only about a kilometer per hour. I was able to confirm this on several Photowalks with the use of Google Fit. Though we don’t walk much, the point of a Photowalk is to expand our experience of Taipei through a lens. In this… Read More »