Semi-retired professional traveler who’s just gotten smitten by photography. She tried very hard to make it into the Forbes list of the 100 richest people in the world with her traveling assignments, but just couldn’t cut it.
She believes photography is her new calling and will now try to enter the Forbes’ list via her new passion. With pictures like Kung-Fu sunset at Sou Ching Fishing Village, she might just make it. Josephine is broad-minded, weirdly humorous at times and claims she is mentally 26. She’s fun to be with though. Keep shooting Jo. The Forbes’ list is no big deal. Having lots of good friends and making pictures is infinitely more interesting….although I’m sure it wouldn’t have upset some vast eternal plan, if we were just a little bit wealthier, even if we don’t make it into Forbes.
Kung Fu Sunset at Sou Ching Fishing Village – to shoot a silhouette like this, set your aperture to around f8, ISO 200 and meter for the sky. You may need to set your EV compensation to minus 1 or 2. Put your focusing into manual mode and focus on your intended silhouette, or set it to the hyper-focusing distance. If shooting in Jpeg, set the white balance to shade to get a warm picture. Shoot from a low angle and wait for the silhouettes to separate for a better picture. A mass of shadows welded together produces an indistinct and an uninteresting silhouette.