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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Many people like to take pictures using a camera but only some of them who actually well informed on how to use the focus modes properly. You might be thinking that we don’t need an extensive knowledge on a camera if we just want to use it occasionally. But, the thing is if you know which focus to use on different occasions, it will make your photos result look more realistic and clearer. Besides, if you don’t use a proper focus modes then it will likely result in a blurry pictures and you definitely do not want that to happen. There are usually 2 two focus modes on most retail cameras. The first one is manual focus and the second one is auto focus.
Manual focus is pretty simple, it requires you, the photographer, to make all the decision regarding on how you want the picture to be taken. It will give you complete control of your camera without allowing your camera any kind of intervention or adjustment. You will want to use this mode if you are already familiar with your camera and photography in general. This mode will exert your creativity and lets you take photos in any way you want. However, if you are a complete newbie when it comes to photography then I suggest you stay away from this mode because your photo result may end up disastrous unless you just want to try it out and experiment. 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.