A friend shared my sentiments about shooting at ISO 100 (“Old habits die hard“) and mentioned that “when I go to [ISO] 400 I feel like I’m cheating”. Well, I’m not sure about that being considered cheating. There are certainly more ways to cheat in post processing than the simple act of pushing up the… Read More »
The thing about migrating from a film SLR to a DSLR is that there is a tendency to shoot at a lower ISO than what the camera sensor is fully capable of resolving these days.I only realised this when a friend casually mentioned that most of my shots were made at ISO 100 or ISO… Read More »
Evening street view along Hennessey Road at the junction of Canal Road West in Wanchai. The colourful neon signs are something that you don’t get to see in Singapore. Same goes for the electric cables dangling overhead for the trams. Photos taken last year in early December, several days before I left Hong Kong.
This ad by Marc Jacobs must qualify for the worst print ad of the year. The photography sucks and the “model” (can you really call her a model?) is so ghastly that it would be a wonder if you even notice how dreadful the product is.
In this age of commoditization, it’s hard to make your product stand out. That’s why the venerable camera company Leica has come up with a unique scheme for customers to customize their own digital camera in just nine steps. The “Leica à la carte” system essentially allows you to choose a Leica MP or M7… Read More »