We provide commercial photography services in Bangkok, Thailand and around. We produce product photography work for online catalogue, or higher resolution for publishing. Photo shoot can be studio based or on your location, in your office or factory.
Our main Service: Commercial Photography especially Hotel, Resort, Building and Products.
And more services.
|iPad - iPhone5 Case||Baan Golden Resort|
|Cabaret Show||Catholic Church Wedding|
|Credit Card Case||Genuine Leather Bracelet|
|Shoes Product Protography||Signalling and Telecommunications|
|KR Golf Studio||Muay Thai - Kick Boxing|
|Alea Karin Portrait||The Offitel - Sukhumvit Road|
|The MobiKase||Thailand Chiropractic (C-care Clinic)|
|Toyota Prius||The bora bora - Bed and Dream Bungalow|
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Macro photography is something of an art form and for truly impressive results it takes more than just using the macro setting on digital cameras. An understanding of how to compensate for lighting and depth of field issues that result from getting close up is important, along with using some gear that does not come with your regular camera kit. If it is water drops on colourful flowers or beautiful butterflies that take your fancy, these handy tips will help you achieve some impressive images that will make your friends go “wow”.
Use a macro lense
While point-and-shoot cameras are going to produce good results, a digital SLR with a dedicated macro lense is going to produce outstanding results. Macro photography really means that you need to focus on the subject at a 1:1 ratio, and standard lenses simply can’t achieve this. So consider buying a macro lense – Canon cameras produce good products in this regard, and there are many others on the market as well – just make sure they are suitable for your brand of camera. Consider a 100mm lense, which will give you great scope while getting up real close, or a 150mm to 200mm lense if you want to work from a bit further away. Macro lenses do cost a bit, so consider your budget before committing to a lense. Read more…
Get to know your camera’s and drive modes and you’ll soon be capturing pin-sharp images. Most D-SLRs have two main focusing modes which use either a single-point focus or multiple-point focus.
Single point focus is a good option if your object is relatively static. If you’re shooting a portrait, for example, then you can change the focus point so that it’s on your subject’s eyes. Using single point focus mode with a DSLR, you need to scroll through the point until the one you want is highlighted. You then need to press the shutter halfway,focus check your composition and then shoot.