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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Sometimes it is unavoidable – someone is pointing a camera at you and they are going to press the button whether you like it or not. It might be at work for promotional business literature or simply at a wedding or family occasion, whatever the event a camera in the room is not everyone’s idea of fun. If like so many other people you dread having your photograph taken then fear not – there are actually a few things to do to prepare for the event which may just take the pressure off.
Your new Olympus digital camera is going hot, it’s got all sorts of menus and settings and different functions to pick from. There’s a camera in your laptop and even one in your phone. But as you stare at this great contraption you wonder – where did it come from? Who thought of this technology in the first place? The digital camera is a lot older than you think!
In Ancient Times
One of the very first instances of the early camera is the ‘Camera Obscura,’ the starting point from which modern-day digital cameras evolved. Its invention was recorded by the Chinese and the Greeks in ancient times when these crafty guys first began to figure out how light worked. But it wasn’t until an Iraqi mathematician named Ibn al-Haytham came onto the scene and began to form these ideas into something concrete. He created a kind of dark room with a pin-hole in one wall where light filtered in through the hole and projected an image onto the opposite wall. This pinhole became the first instance of the camera lens. And even more impressively, they would trace the projected image onto paper in order to ‘capture’ the picture, giving us the very first instance of the ‘photo.’ Read more…