Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Review: The Picture Company @ One Utama

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Due to the ranting nature of this post, reader discretion is advised. Some language may be offensive. We found The Picture Company in One Utama some time ago and decided to try it out. We were out of time and unable to look for more options. We called the place to make an appointment and […]

Photo Printing Experience

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

On Friday I dropped by the Ferry Sabak photo shop at Equine Park to drop a digital photo for printing. It’s for a birthday present we planned for our sister – a family photo. Since A4 is not a standard photo paper size I asked the guy to print out a 9R size (8″ x […]

Reverie: A DSLR Masterpiece in HD

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

Yes, I am busy again that’s why I have been so quiet. As usual Rizal pointed me to an interesting post that leads me to Reverie. It caught my attention so much I had to write this short post. I was astonished by the quality of the movie, especially since it is taken using a […]

Chromatic Aberration Is My New Enemy

Monday, August 25th, 2008

For those who know me, they know that I am a beginner photographer equipped with a Nikon D50 DSLR and have bought a Sigma 18-200mm DC OS lens back in February when I visited Singapore. Since I usually take casual photographs I have never really paid that much attention to people in my photos. My […]

Photography As Passion

Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

Do you photograph? I have owned a Nikon D50 DSLR for about a year now, and also a Sony T30 for casual shots. It is indeed an expensive hobby as many people would put it once they see my camera. But this hobby can be converted to a source of income, and that is what […]

Nikon Capture NX on Linux

Saturday, July 28th, 2007

I am feeling a little bit slow today, because my notebook is slow. LOL. I think this relates directly to the fact that everyday at work I am using a new Lenovo T60 notebook which is much faster than my 2 years old personal notebook. I used to dual-boot the notebook with Debian where the […]

Get More From Your Nikon D50

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

This magazine, or we can also call it a booklet, is produced by Digital Photography Magazine UK. I previously bought this magazine on a monthly basis, until its local publication came into the market. This booklet costs RM59.00 (~USD16.00) and at a glance you might think that it’s another way for the magazine to make […]