what is your subject in taking pictures
16 Oct 08
I enjoy nothing more than nature (especially animals in the wild) and macro... but there is nothing I will not (or do not) photograph for pleasure. And ther are very few photo assignments I am not willing to undertake. If you would like an idea of the kinds of things I like to shoot, have a look at http://www.davidrichphotography.org or http://www.betterphoto.com/Premium/default.aspx?id=134921&mp=V3 ~ I'd appreciate your feedback.
16 Oct 08
I love capturing scenery most of the times, and I also love to take different expressions on people - it captivates life for me as a whole. Photography indeed allows you to express the art a moment, it is one of the hobby I truly enjoy. Your choice also is very interesting one, good preference !
17 Oct 08
I will say it's ple ^_^ Because ple will change but not the scenery ^_^ Unless it's something that only happens unexpectedly, and that if i'm fast enough to capture it on camera.. If not, i will choose to take human pictures, and in their most natural self ^_^ IN life, how many of our frenz do we really see them in their true self?? And so instead of taking some pictures whereby we know where to know them, i might as well take pictures of ple whom are always around me but i dunno who they really are.. haha Izit that even better and make it even more mysterious?? hehe
2 Nov 08
My favourite subject is urban exploration. I once found some pictures of old, decaying houses which had been abandoned, I really liked them and decided to take that kind of pictures myself. I have found some houses in my local area and I have taken lots of pictures of them, but I hope to find even more houses. It is not very easy, though, I often find those houses by chance, and I always get very excited when I find a new place. I used to take other kinds of photos as well, but now urban exploration has become my passion and it is definately my favourite kind of pictures.
• United States
17 Oct 08
Anything and everything. I like to mix it up and always shoot different subjects. When I first started out in photography, I was really interested in architecture. I'd go around with my camera and shoot old buildings. I still enjoy doing that, but I've really branched out and enjoy shooting a wide variety of subject matter.