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Travel Cameras - Daring to Leave the DSLR at Home

The big question – do I bring my big Canon 60D and my heavy bag of various lenses and tripod?  Or my cute Olympus Pen micro 4/3 with the interchangeable lenses and hot shoe for either a flash or electronic viewfinder (but not both at the same time)?   552 more words

Travel Tips

Life! Life! Life!

Keep watch and pray, so that you will not give in to temptation.
For the spirit is willing, but the body is weak.

– Jesus speaking in the book of Matthew, chapter 26, verse 41 (New Living Translation) 290 more words

Point & Shoot

#POD - September 9th, 2014 - Point & Shoot - Into the Blue

There is something extraordinary, something captivating about the area around 14th st & 1st-5th ave. On the outskirts of Overtown, an odd mix of abandoned and ought-to-be abandoned buildings, and some gentrified construction going on too. 79 more words


An Giang (pt. 2)

Sam mountain: Colorful hammocks beckon at every step for those that have been slacking in their exercises recently. And temples, pagodas, altars in EVERY little nook. 22 more words

As It Happens

An Giang

Is my new favorite destination in the country: peaceful cajuput forest, strange temples and pagodas in the mountains (hundreds of them), 4 wheel cyclos, cheap riverside restaurants, and a basa catfish monument that involuntarily marked the death of the province’s industry. 125 more words

As It Happens

Week #22: the crappy photos

Nothing wrong about the Pentax Pino 35.  Well the name is funny but that’s not wrong.  When I shot an expired roll of color film in it, just for testing that this basic camera still functions as it was supposed to, I didn’t have much hope anyway.  133 more words


Cameras... What cameras?

…use whatever you like, whatever you can get your hands on and whatever you have lying about.

As this blog is about photography, I guess it’s only right that my first proper post should be about cameras.  

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