Yipaike: Harbin, the coldness of the ice city is also a way of life
A photo that has a story and condenses emotion and curiosity can stand out in a large number of pictures and grab everyone’s attention.
A picture story can also be understood as a short play directed by pictures, which can be narrative in nature, run through a line, or a combination of some related content, but it is more unified than the content descriptions of other group pictures, and revolves around a The central story revolves around an emotional tone you want to express.
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In fact, when I think about it, I didn’t run “Yipaike” for a long time before, and it was indeed a short-lived column, but during that time, it was really hard to find interesting photos (the kind that can have a story, emmm). In 2016 After finishing the 12th issue, the leader told me that if this column cannot be realized, then it will be abandoned. Obviously, there is no update after the 12th issue. You must know that many media were doing mobile photography at that time, but I blamed myself for not persevering, less perseverance, and less careful attention to content. Restarting it now does not mean that it can complete the so-called monetization, but to share with you that some photographers recorded moments with their mobile phones. Of course, it is ok for netizens to submit articles, and it will slowly become a place for everyone to launch their works.
This issue’s sharing comes from photographers Eric Zhang and Xiaobei from China. Eric Zhang has never met, but Xiaobei met him at a mobile phone event and heard some of his insights on mobile phone photography. Let’s take a look this time. The work of two photographers in the ice city of Harbin.
Eric Zhang, photographer, architect, creative person, is currently a freelance photographer designated to cooperate with many international brands.
“If you want to improvise and capture a surprise moment like a child having a snowball fight or ice skating while shooting video, you still need a stable and powerful camera device.” — Eric Zhang
Xiaobei, iPhone photographer, founder of the public photography account “People’s Shooting”.
“Tap on the subject you want to shoot to focus; press and hold the focus area until you see the words ‘AE/AF Lock’; then drag the ‘Little Sun’ upward to brighten the overall dark picture and get more White and pure snow photos.” – Xiaobei
(The above shooting equipment is from Phone 11, iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max)
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