BUYING A NIKON DOESN’T MAKE YOU A PHOTOGRAPHER.
IT MAKES YOU A NIKON OWNER:
So, I went to UP Diliman to attend the National Communication Research Conference (NCRC) last Friday the 13th. I know, they call it the bad luck day blah blah blah. Well, that might have been the case, cause our school didn’t won, but what the heck, their competitors are mostly from graduate school so it’s still all good for us.
Anyway, my friends donne, kat and I passed this really great spot in UP and decided to take photos. The shots were great. Seeing those shots got me into thinking about what makes a person a good photographer? is it on how sharp your shots are? is it on how grandeur your subjects are? or maybe on what type of lens you’ve got.
I say it depends on your creativity. Yeah, seriously I believe that. Art is a translated emotion. Even if you’re using this kind of expensive camera or this monster lens it doesn’t matter. You’re maybe a profesional or an amateur, but I really think that a good photographer is someone who can translate emotions into pictures beautifully no matter how vague the subjects are.
Here are some piece of pie taken by my two photographers kat and donne. Are they good?