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Jun 17, 2015

Portal Quick Easy Transfer Photo, Music, File From Any Browser To Android Mobile!

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 17, 2015 12:36 AM
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Many people tell me they have difficult to transfer desktop photographs to their android mobile.

Here is Portal, the new way quick easy transfer from computer browser to android mobile in same wifi network.

Jun 16, 2015

Corporate Headshot Photography

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 16, 2015 05:19 AM

Ken Tam Photography - Hong Kong Corporate Headshot

Most corporate headshot photography we have done in Hong Kong, Macau, China, we cannot have our own style... our mission is to do the photography with the style managed by clients' corporate hq.

Jun 15, 2015

Good Morning Zhuhai

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 15, 2015 06:27 AM
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Ken Tam Photography - Zhuhai

Good Morning Zhuhai

Jun 14, 2015

One Thing That My Teacher & Text Book Never Teach Me.

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 14, 2015 08:54 PM
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If you are serious, you lose?

A Portraiture That Will Stand The Test Of Time

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 14, 2015 08:16 AM

Formal Corporate Portrait

Mr. Caspar C. by Ken Tam

Quote From The Book: Softbox Lighting Techniques For Professional Photographer By Stephen A. Dantzig

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 14, 2015 07:35 AM
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“I thought digital was easy. After all, we can preview the images and then manipulate them later.” Both comments are partially true. However, there is a serious misunderstanding about digital photography. While digital photography has provided immediate feedback and is accurate in many situations, the reality is that for images that go beyond snapshots, lighting for digital capture is diffi- cult. The exposure latitude for digital capture is extremely narrow—especially when shooting in one of the JPEG modes. A narrow exposure latitude means that an image will be one with high contrast. As a result, many photographers who are transitioning from shooting negative film to digital are experiencing difficulty holding the whites and are losing the black more rapidly than before."

"Remember that viewing your LCD is not an accurate way to judge your exposure! A high-quality light meter is needed to create consistent, professional images—especially with digital capture. Previews do come in handy to check your basic setup and to troubleshoot potential problems."

"Executive Portraits. Corporate headshots are a distinct subcategory of gen- eral portraiture. The impact needs to be immediate. The look can be friendly or stern, but the image needs to imply that this person is in control. The lighting needs to draw you into the executive’s face, but it also needs to keep your eye moving around the image. Funky and dramatic lighting can work for executives, but variations of the four-light commercial headshot lighting scheme are good starting points for most corporate headshots."

A very good book for all photographers.

You Want Professional Photography? What A Joke!

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 14, 2015 05:45 AM
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When you budget is not enough to hire a "1200w battery powered strobe light + a professional assistant" or just "a makeup artist".

Don't talk about professional works...


Jun 12, 2015

Prospects, What Do You Mean By Not Reply Email?

by Ken Tam — last modified Jun 12, 2015 07:49 PM
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Do you mean...

We will never talk again?

We will never meet?


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