Bokeh effect how to - 1) low f-stop, 2) shutter speed faster than 1/50, 3) if too dark increase ISO number (not aperture), 4) zoom in to the max

Bokeh effect how to - low f-stop, shutter speed faster than if too dark increase ISO number (not aperture), zoom in to the max

Dreaming of paying it forward, I want to one day be able to pay 6-12 months' electricity bill for someone who really needs an anonymous helper.

Creative persons always look at the bright side! There is always, always a bright side. There will always be a dark side to what you’re going through. Don’t be scared of it or rush through it.

Have you ever fed a lover with just your hands? Closed your eyes and trusted, just trusted Have you ever thrown a fist full of glitter in the air? #Pink #GlitterInTheAir

Winter Photography - Holiday Fairy Lights in Trees, Festive Winter Scene, Fine Art Landscape Photograph, Large Wall Art Love me some bokeh.

Boonatoot — karl-shakur:   by Karl-Shakur // Instagram                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Location- We want our character to be living in the city, the picture further represents how he doesn't feel apart of the city that he lives in. Moreover, his struggles mean it is hard to interact with the people around him.

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How to Make Hazy Photo Sandwich Bag Trick

Luminous- this photo is luminous because the lights on the buildings illuminate the city even through the rainy weather. Elements include pattern, depth of field, color and open composition.

This photo is luminous because the lights on the buildings illuminate the city even through the rainy weather. Elements include pattern, depth of field, color and open composition.

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