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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Pigeons with Tamron 70-300mm

Spontaneously I decided to shoot pigeons as I stopping my car on the traffic light at Jln Wong Ah Jang Kuantan, nearby Cowboy Supermarket...



Friday, February 25, 2011

Abuse Of Portrait lens

I just can't wait for abusing my portrait lens to take pictures of insects and plants & etc.. lol, I just want to explore all the capabilities that exist in every lens that I have..

Apparently this lens are also able to take pictures other than portraits with excellent performance.. these are the proof..


Capture sharply at each edge




Vivid



Saturday, February 12, 2011

Best News Pictures of 2010: World Press Winners

source : nationalgeographic.com


A portrait of 18-year-old Afghan Bibi Aisha, whose nose and ears were cut off by the Taliban
husband she'd fled, is the World Press Photo organization's 2010 Photo of the Year.
South African photographer Jodi Bieber's image, made for Time magazine, became controversial
when it appeared on that publication's cover in July 2010.


First Prize, Spot News
Photograph courtesy Péter Lakatos, MTI
A man leaps to his death from Freedom Bridge in Budapest, Hungary, after setting himself on fire on May 22, 2010, in this photo captured by Hungarian photographer Péter Lakatos.
Published February 11, 2011


First Prize, People in the News (Series)
Photograph courtesy Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images
In the shadow of an army relief helicopter, flood victims in Dadu, Pakistan, attempt to reach food
supplies on September 13, 2010.
The twelve images in Australian photographer Daniel Berehulak's winning photo essay captured the devastation of the August-September floods, the country's worst disaster of its kind in 80 years.
Published February 11, 2011


Second Prize, Spot News (Series)
Photograph courtesy Corentin Fohlen, Fedephoto
An anti-government protester takes aim during a riot in Bangkok, Thailand, in May 2010.
The image is one in a series of photos by French photographer Corentin Fohlen.
Last year's mass demonstrations in Bangkok lasted more than two months and resulted in
nearly 90 deaths.
Published February 11, 2011


Second Prize, Arts and Entertainment (Series)
Photograph courtesy Daniele Tamagni
Carmen Rosa and Yulia la Pacena, two of Bolivia's "Flying Cholitas," entertain spectators during a fund-raising benefit for school bathrooms in La Paz on June 26, 2010.
In his photo essay, Italian photographer Daniele Tamagni captured the increasingly popular cholitas, or women wrestlers, in and out of the ring.
Published February 11, 2011


First Prize, Daily Life (Series)
Photograph courtesy Martin Roemers, Panos Pictures
Dutch photographer Martin Roemers captures life in growing cities in a photo essay entitled "Metropolis."
The world population will reach seven billion this year. Most of the world's 21 megacities are in developing countries and are expected to absorb much of the rising population.
Published February 11, 2011


Second Prize, Nature
Photograph courtesy Reinhard Dirscherl
Atlantic sailfish feed on Spanish sardines in this photo taken by German photographer Reinhard Dirscherl off Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.
Sailfish can reach lengths of up to eight feet (2.4 meters). They use their bills to slice through schools of sardines, which they drive toward the water's sunlit surface for easier feeding.
Published February 11, 2011


Second Prize, People in the News
Photograph courtesy Seamus Murphy, VII
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces reporters in London on September 30, 2010, in this image by Irish photographer Seamus Murphy.
Late last year, the 39-year-old Australian became the focus of widespread media and law enforcement attention after his website released thousands of classified U.S. State Department cables.
Published February 11, 2011


First Prize, General News (Series)
Photograph courtesy Olivier Laban-Mattei, Agence France-Presse
Bodies pile up at a morgue in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, during the aftermath of the January 12, 2010, earthquake in the impoverished city.
The image by French photographer Olivier Laban-Mattei is one of a series taken in Haiti from January 15 to January 26.
Published February 11, 2011


First Prize, Contemporary Issues (Series)
Photograph courtesy Ed Ou, Reportage by Getty Images
Somali refugees rest in the desert in breakaway Somaliland on March 15, 2010, after traveling through the night en route to Yemen.
Canadian photographer Ed Ou documented the flight of refugees from Somalia in his winning photo essay.
In addition to conflict among Islamic militias fighting for control, terrorism and drought in parts of Somalia have caused the displacement of more than a million people.
Published February 11, 2011


Second Prize, Contemporary Issues
Photograph courtesy Ed Kashi, VII
Suffering from a disability that may be an effect of Agent Orange, nine-year-old Nguyen Thi Ly was photographed in Da Nang, Vietnam, by American photographer Ed Kashi.
During the Vietnam War, U.S. forces stripped jungle foliage by spraying large doses of Agent Orange, a defoliant containing dangerous dioxins believed—though not certain—to cause genetic disorders like Fraser syndrome.
Published February 11, 2011