Up early for a sunrise shoot with my D40. Happy with results given its minimal features - less time fiddling, more time enjoying the moment
muxtape will never be what it used to be but at least they’re coming back in some form: http://muxtape.com/
So, Bush quickly comes up with 800 billion for saving Wall St’s ass but cant spend a bit for environment or poverty. Pathetic!
Pedestrian airbags for the weak and elderly looks wierd at first but sounds useful: http://www.abc.net.au/news/photos/2008/09/25/2373744.htm
@paulidownunder Thanks Paul, yep I’m really looking forward to the scenic drives over there
Planning out our big adventure through Tasmania in Oct. It’s finally happening and I can’t wait!
@rungta Damn fine realignment, although search from /home was an interesting omission
@paulidownunder Do recall those awesome pics you took at NZ and Tas. What model of Nikon is yours?
@rungta Certainly doesn’t. About time I got onboard :)
@rungta Thanks! Feels right so I’m happy. In the end, it’s not
the camera, it’s the cameraman that differentiates, so let’s see…
Just purchased the Nikon D40 before it goes extinct. What a fun, simple DSLR it is! Intentionally under spec’d, lightweight & affordable
@jymloke That’s a good start. Just remember to go easy with HDR - you don’t want nature shots looking overly artificial
Tempted to sneak out of work for Monday arvo’s screening of Satyajit Ray films in Melb
Watching the Paralympians at the velodrome is awe inspiring! I’m all lumped up in the throat
When opening links in a new tab, Chrome doesn’t just add it at the end of the tab-list, it groups them based on source location. Neat!
@rungta Triggered by an overly photoshopped, HDR’d pic on flickr of essentially a brick. It’s also my broad opinion on other artforms
You know you’re looking at mediocre photography when it’s all about showing-off camera gadgetry & nothing about conveying emotion or message