Thursday, July 30, 2009

Macro - The Art Of Close Up

NIKON D60 + AF90mm F/2.8 Di 1:1 Tamron Macro Lense
Location : Kuala Rompin


Photography.......terms that been used more than 100 years.There are two type of photography, commercial or hobby.....this is a couple of shot by my friend...Mr. Azizul from SOBM using his beloved daughter as a subject-matter.......

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Konica Minolta 7D - The Birth Of An Alpha

Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D

Attention to all Sony Alpha user, this article is just for your information about the ancestors of Sony DSLR. As a Minolta SLR user (since 1999) I'm very satisfied about it and I hope that an Alpha user stand your ground for this brand.

Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D 6MP DSLR

Technical Spec.

Body material

• Top and Front: Magnesium Alloy
• Rear: Plastic Sensor • 23.5 x 15.7 mm CCD


• RGB Color Filter Array
• Interline interlaced CCD
• Built-in fixed low-pass filter
• 6.31 million total pixels
• 6.1 million effective pixels
• 12-bit ADC

Image sizes

• 3008 x 2000
• 2256 x 1496
• 1504 x 1000

File formats

• RAW (12-bit) (approx. 9.8 MB per image)
• RAW + JPEG (Fine)
• JPEG (EXIF 2.21) - (Extr
a Fine, Fine, Standard)

Continuous shooting

• RAW / RAW+JPEG: 3 fps, up to 9 frames
• JPEG Extra Fine: 3 fps, up to 12 frames
• JPEG Fine: 3 fps, up to 15 frames
• JPEG Standard: 3 fps, up to 19 frames


• 10 sec
• 2 sec Interval timer • Interval time: 30 seconds/1-10, 15, 20, 30, 45, 60 minutes
• 2 -240 frames
• Start timer is equipped. (Setting: 0.5 to 24H, in 0.5 increments)


• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
• Video out
• Remote terminal Video out Selectable NTSC or PAL

Storage Compact

Flash Type I/I


• NP-400 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
• Battery charger included
• Optional AC adapter
• Optional Vertical Control Grip VC-7D

Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D Test Image

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Portraiture In Lomography

A couple of shot around Seri Menanti and Kuantan.

What is portraiture rules in lomography.........there are no rules, just put in your film and snap with your instinct. Don't hasitate just snap..snap..snap....push...push ...push and can get the result.The most important thing in this type of hobbies.........just do it by your heart and just ignore what people says about your hobby...............happy lomoing.............long live film photography

Quotes Of The Day

"We should think of a photographer as a Samurai who makes rituals, moves and gestures in order to develop his techniques and his instinct." - Alex Majoli