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During the last 6 months I participated in two training courses in photography. Everything done through internet. For all of you who are a bit curious, here you go, have a look at the photos. I have only published the ones that i think is best. The rest is only learning material and of no interest for you guys.

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Lesson 1 - Composition.
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Lesson 2 - Master the shutter speed. "Waterdrop"
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Lesson 2 - Master the shutter speed.
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Lesson 3 - Master the aperture.
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Lesson 4 - Mastering full manual. I was supposed to capture sunset but this winter you could not see any in Ha Noi. Instead I captured the mist/fog on West lake.
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Lesson 1 - Unsharp background.
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Lesson 2 - movement. Moving your camera instead of capture anything moving. This is the reflecting light in the pool. I´m shaking my camera like crazy....
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Lesson 3 - Using flash (indoor). This is taken with my homemade beauty dish.
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Lesson 3 - same as above.
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Lesson 4 - Whole body portrait.
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Lesson 4 - Close up portrait.
Gunilla
14/6/2012 11:38:51 am

Wow! Helt fantastiska bilder! Vet inte hur bra du var innan, men det verkar ha varit ett par väldigt givande kurser. Tror absolut att du kan sadla om till fotograf när du kommer hem! Har du skickan in bilder och fått feedback från "kursen" eller hur funkar det?

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Jocke
14/6/2012 10:03:40 pm

Tack Gunilla
Bilderna har jag sänt in digitalt till skolan i Sverige. De har tittat på bilderna och kommit med utlåtanden. Även andra som går kursen kan göra det om de vill. Man laddar upp dem på en speciell sida för alla kursdeltagare att beskåda.
Det har varit två givande kurser tycker jag. Kanske blir lite universitetspoäng också till hösten då jag sökt distans fotokurser på olika univ i Sverige.
Snart kommer vi hem. Vi måste ses nåt i sommar....

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9/8/2012 11:16:01 am

This style is steller! You surely know how to keep a reader entertained. Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own weblog (effectively, almost.HaHa!) Wonderful job. I truly enjoyed what you had to say, and much more than that, how you presented it. Too cool!

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