its´ me again... lately i´ve been doing such another experiment in photography. this time its all about macro photography. i did´nt have yet any equipment/gear for doing macro, nonetheless i still found something that needs to be done. as a macro lens substitute, i used my 50mm 1.8 lens to do this kind of trick... reversed lens tactic set to manual mode in a 1.8 wide open aperture.. you just need to move back and forth to established focus......

here are some of my sample shots... thanks for visiting my blog...;-)

to our beloved muslim brothers and sisters around the globe... ramadan kareem to all.
more of this shots here: http://johmargozon.weebly.com/macro.html
Another photography experiment i tried using different kinds of lights. The "light painting" is one of many tricks in photography which gives an exciting outcomes and some dramatic exposures due to limited light resources. As for me, last night i tried this trick after watching tutorials from google and youtube, i grabbed my DSLR, my tripod and set it up...using black cardboard in the backround. I used lighter for this image which it looks like a spoon in heavy fire. Some images that i took using another source of light which is from my two phones lighting every part of the subject from down , up, and both sides..

as for the camera settings, i set it up to manual at 20 seconds, aperture at F 22 and ISO remains at the lowest one which is at 200 to avoid  noise appearing in the image. This was a long exposure activity to allow more light captured during the exposure..the room was in  total darkness.. so much for that... here are some of the images i got.. (by the way it was only for a trial out of curiosity :-) this wasn´t that good captures)............ bonjournee...

the rest of this images here :  http://johmargozon.weebly.com/light-painting.html
Hassan Tower or Tour Hassan (Arabic: صومعة حسان‎) is the minaret of an incomplete mosque in RabatMorocco.[1] Begun in 1195, the tower was intended to be the largest minaret in the world along with the mosque, also intended to be the world's largest. In 1199, Sultan Yacoub al-Mansour died and construction on the mosque stopped. The tower only reached 44 m (140 ft), about half of its intended 86 m (260 ft) height. The rest of the mosque was also left incomplete, with only the beginnings of several walls and 200 columns being constructed. The tower, made of red sandstone,[2] along with the remains of the mosque and the modern Mausoleum of Mohammed V, forms an important historical and tourist complex in Rabat.

Instead of stairs, the tower is ascended by ramps. The minaret's ramps would have allowed the muezzin to ride a horse to the top of the tower to issue the call to prayer.


From the tower, you can observe the beautiful panoramic view of marina bouregreg in medina of rabat. this is a newly renovated place which gives an additional life to this city.. The tower ( Le tour Hassan ) is one of rabat morocco´s top tourist destination. a bunch of foreigners and locals come and visit the place everyday...obviously yours truly is one them...:-). until next time guys.. have fun and stay happy... life is a journey.
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                Newly opened zoo here in rabat morocco is one of the main attraction now for people from different walks of life. just like any other countries, the zoo is offering different kinds of wild animals that everybody can enjoy viewing from smallest mammal up to the biggest creature... i myself was also a bit curious about whats this place can offer, so i went there together with my few friends to have a look,, although we have a lot more zoos in the phillipines as we all know :-) ,  but here is still different place to explore.        

              This may be the biggest wild animal farm here in morocco or shall i say in north africa if im not mistaken. i took this photos about a month ago now.. i would love to share it with you guys. please feel free to browse the rest of this images. just follow this link:  
magandang araw po sa inyong lahat...:-)

Night photography is a little bit tricky, a lot of things you need to put into consider, like how secure is the vicinity. is there any chances that we can come up in case of trouble?. this things should be consider to be more secure specialy if you are on a solo flight at night.

most of the time i walk alone, find something on the street... make those ordinary things that i saw to be my subject.

these are few sample of images that i took last sat. night march 10, 2012. a long and old overpass crossing one of rabat city´s biggest public hospital IBN ZINA.

i went here at around 8pm and the place was already almost empty, very scary isn´t it? i have camera, 2 lenses, tripod and some accessories with me... luckily one guard approached me and advised me to leave the area within an hour or else i will be get entangled with those crazy ass guys roaming around to find their victims and the night is their best playground...