In the latest July issue of Leica LFI magazine, Hoffmann discusses how to create good composition by organising the motifs in the image.
One way we often use is “the image within the image”, creating a perspective frame so that two spaces are connected into one.
The way we frame a wall picture is a classical example of showing how we set our focus within a rectangle frame.
Nearly everyone who owns a Leica M says how easy to get on board without referring to the manual.
I think this is true given the fact that the original manual has presented all the basics and the advances and it is just simple to operate any M-series such as M9. But I am not too disappointed to get some additional reminders from David Taylor’s latest book Leica M9 the Expanded Guide
There is an interesting article written by Nick Trend on how many photos one takes on his/her travel. His question is: do we rely on photos to remember our holidays? At least I don’t feel my travel is compromised by taking some photos. The photos I have taken are developing more meanings from mere images.read more
Sunday is normally considered the beginning of a week. Yet it is also seen as the end. If you think of back to work on the following day, Sunday sounds too short. So be wise to enjoy every single moment on a Sunday when you watch outside the sun is already hanging high up in the blue sky.read more
Of all the drives in Ireland, the Slea Head Drive in the Dingle Peninsula is definitely the best. If you travel on a fine day in an off-peak season, starting from Dingle, you could enjoy the most spectacular scenery of the land and sea. You could drive freely along the narrow road and even take a break to capture some unforgettable shots.read more
This week sees the Winter charm with the sun shining almost every day. After a good harvest of lemons last week, I notice some other flowers starting to decorate the gardens. They are mostly pink and some in white. Have a look of this pink Camilla (pictured). Surely...read more