20 Tips for Everyday Point-and-Shooters

Tips for Everyday Photography
Tips for Everyday Photography

20 Tips for Everyday Point-and-Shooters

Want to achieve a perfect shot at your everyday photography?   Want to know the best point-and-shooters’ tips that will improve your images?

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We always like to look at pictures, don’t we?  That is why we have pictures of ourselves, our food, our travel, friends, and family and post them on our favorite social media.

But if you are like me, I appreciate really good pictures.  I see the creative art in every frame even on my point-and-shoot photography. And that’s just the creative artist in me.

Most often I get attracted to something really spectacular and then when I come to review the photos, I tend to see something not right and it doesn’t seem appealing to me anymore.

Sometimes I wonder why I snapped it in the first place.  Yet surprisingly, those are the pictures that get the most likes on my Instagram.

In my quest for a perfect shot, I experiment with trial and error.  Good thing that we are already in the digital age where I am no longer wasting film and developing prints.

For my own pursuit to better photos, I also seek expertise from more seasoned photographers.  I study their technique, color combinations, balance, and texture.  Andhttp://www.shawacadamy.com that’s why I have this compilation of tips that I want to share with you to become a better Point-and-Shooter. Continue reading “20 Tips for Everyday Point-and-Shooters”

GenSan: A Story Beyond “PacMan” and Tuna

If you love eating tuna or have watched a boxing match of one of the greatest boxers of all time, Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao, then let me take you to this destination city.

General Santos or “GenSan,” in short, is the Tuna Capital of the Philippines.  We export tuna to Japan’s fish markets and delis in the U.S.  Likewise, it is the gateway to Saranggani Province, the hometown of Filipino pound-for-pound boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, who is now an elected senator serving his 6-year term representing his province.

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