How to be a winner? 5 tips to win at a photo competition

Award-winning photograpner, Yoshihiko Wada tells 5tips for winning photo competitions.

5 tips for Waterfalls Black and White photography

In my archives, there are so many waterfall and stream pictures. I would like to share them, including some of my favorite waterfall pictures from the past. Along with those pictures, I'll share some tips for shooting waterfalls in monochrome.

Do you copy?

Is copy shameful? Where is the line between copy, similarity, and plagiarism? Let's think about “copy”.

Recommendation for Panorama photography : Introduction

I've been shooting panorama photography from 2015, and I could achieve some good images with that technique. I'll give some tips and thought for all who haven't tried "panorama photography" yet. This is the introduction for my upcoming the new workflow dedicated for "panorama photography"

Behind the scenes: Underlines -Ⅷ-

Tips, prototypes and videos! a lot of hidden materials from my newly long exposure-panorama series "The Under-Lines" Please check it out!

Behind the scenes:Underlines -Ⅰ-

Travel is no-no these days due to covid-19 pandemic. So instead of going away from my home, I’ve been focusing on my local areas to shoot local bridges. This blog post is postmortem and behind the scenes with many original data from my new panorama cityscape series: “The Underlines”

Photography in Summer : 5 tips for shooting

As being a hyper long exposure photographer summer is not a good season for me. However I like summer. Why ? here is some tips for you who hate hot, crazy summer.

De Noise “How to reduce noise in long exposure”

Shooting long exposure is not always a god choice, especially in the hotter season. The heat make "heat noise" during a long-exposure. A longer exposure make much heat noise. The simple solution is "not" to shoot in the hot summer. Shoot in winter, do post process in summer. Just kidding. I'll let you know the way of reducing "heat noise". Check it out.

YW’s workflow :Day7

When you feel " the image is done!", there is still something you need to do. The final tweak can improve your image, even though it is very subtle. Always "detail matters".

Take the Time

Sorry for saying that but there's no short cut for fin art photography. It'll take time, actually. The good thing is that the more take your time, more the your image going to beautiful. Here is an example from my recent work "Dark Tower".
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