Nikon Photography Lesson (Part 1) ☺

One month ago, we bought our new DSLR at SM Marilao. And with that, my brother planned of taking the photography lesson sponsored by Photoline. But then, due to his ever-hectic schedule in MIT, I’m the one who attended the photography lesson instead.

It was scheduled 10am up to 5pm. And since I had to pop in Edsa Shangri-La by 5:30, and with that, I leaved Savory at 4:15pm. But before that, I know some of you might be wonderstruck what did I learned from the phoyography lesson sponsored by Photoline. Of course, I can’t manage to pinpoint all of it to you, but here are some of the shots I’ve taken during the photography lessons and its various descriptions:


Rules of Third denotes to the rule that in order to get better shots, you have to shot the subject off-center.


Creative shot


Example of a photo following Rules of Third

Sports photography (moving subjects)

This photo was taken during the death anniversary of all the victims of Maguindanao Massacre.


When taking creative shots, learn to experiment like taking top shots and many others. And when taking top shots, the ISO must be in high setting like 3200.

This was one of the Marinduque miners whose enormous body parts were damaged due to excessive chemicals that is being thrown and was thrown in their place.


This was a shot awarded in a foreign country a couple of years ago.

If you desired to do this sort of creative shot, the photographer would simply lay down in the middle of the

group of people you’ll shoot, then voila! 

To be continued…

Stay tuned for the Part 2 and my look post for this particular event! 🙂



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