|Rizal Park and improvements in my photography|
The first time I took my Nikon D5200 out on a test was a disaster. The next thing in my list now were filters. After trying out the Circular Polarizing Filter in the scenes below, I realized how awesome a difference filters could make to your photographs.
CPL concern aside, I also took the opportunity to test my other tools as well. Here are samples using the Holga HL-N 60 mm f/8 prime lens.
I'm pretty happy with my Nikkor 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens because it's tack sharp and takes really clear images. The limitation is that it only has a maximum aperture of f/3.5. I think we can still push it for low-light photography with longer exposure, but making it prone to shake and blur. What do you think?
It was pretty late already, but there was still room for macro photographs. It's my kit lens attached to a macro extension tube. For my light source, I relied on my phone's LED. With both hands full, and without tripod, it was really 'trying'.
There's still so much room for improvement. People don't understand me, but this art form means alot to me. I'm no pro, but I have heart. People should stop trying to put other people down with their bitter and jealous remarks, don't you think so?