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I’ll “bit” you

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In Independent Day, August 17th, every village, every street, and every avenue held some game and contests. The most attractive game that ¬†have a lot of enthusiasts is “Bit a Coin“. In a papaya, we plant coins. Then we paint the papaya and the coins with oil and save charcoal. The kid must bit that coins. Who collect most, he is the winner. This game looks very wild. Every child bit a coin with his mouth and their face will be “black”.

Taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

August 10, 2010 at 11:51 am

Heart of Photography

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expression through lenskit

However you use an incredible lens, the heart of photography still Light, lenskit can make a nice picture using an appropriate composition of light

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April 12, 2010 at 12:01 pm

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The Power of Lenskit

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Update my blog with portrait photography. Taken in Bromo. May the composition is bad, but I am very satisfied with the sharp. My friend in forum Canon EOS 1000D said that this photo look like taken with Canon L Series. How proud I am!

taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

February 12, 2010 at 9:31 am

The Power of Candid

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Candid. May some people said it broke human right. But I think it is OK if we take it in public facilities.

taken with Canon EOS 1000D + lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

January 28, 2010 at 10:43 am

Holy Face

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One of the best friend that I ever had.  Happy birthday my friend. Wish you all the best.

Canon 1000D + lens kit

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

December 30, 2009 at 12:00 am

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Surprised

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taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

December 27, 2009 at 3:39 pm

People & Portrait Photography Tips | National Geographic

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People pictures fall into two categories: portraits and candid. Either can be made with or without your subject’s awareness and cooperation. However near or far your subject, however intimate or distant the gaze your camera casts, you always need to keep in mind the elements of composition and the technique that will best help you communicate what you are trying to say.

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