About Lightasm - Unrestrained PhotographyLightasm is a Portfolio and Tutorial site focused on Photography around Johannesburg, South Africa. The blog posts document my photography outings showcasing the results along with videos documenting the adventures.
The normally bright and colorful Chinese New Year 2015, or year of the Goat, event had to contend with the weather this time around as rain made for a moody and subdued photowalk.
Another afternoon spent with the Joburg Photo Walkers at the Nizamiye Turkish Masjid in Midrand. We spent the afternoon taking photo’s of the elaborate designs adorning the biggest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere.
This graffiti art photowalk took place in the Johannesburg CBD with a tour around Maboneng and Jeppestown. If you’ve even been curious to join a photowalk but haven’t then check out what happened at the World Wide Photowalk 2014.
In this HDR tutorial I’ll take you through the process of creating HDR photo’s from a recent visit to a derelict building. This photography tutorial will take you through the photography process explaining various techniques and software.
See what happened on a chilly winter morning spent taking photo’s of a derelict building in Johannesburg. As always the Joburg Photo Walkers had organized another fun filled walk.
In this photography tutorial it’s all about playing with matches and capturing fire, on a small scale. The photography techniques used and process is pretty simple and uses common household items.
This photography tutorial on came about after I saw from some photo’s of “Refractographs”. In this tutorial we’ll focus on glass reflections and impurities and how to manipulate them using various techniques.
The Chinese New Year 2014, or year of the Horse, celebrations were held in Cyrildene. The closed off street had it all from Fireworks to Dragon Dancers and more.
It’s time to take break and enjoy some bright and colourful flowers and plants and various other garden images. These beautiful subjects are all from my garden in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Getting into the world of macro photography of insects and various bug eyed beauties. These photo’s include the usual from Spiders, Butterflies and Praying Mantis to the more unusual critters lurking around the garden.