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Wanchai wet market, two ladies kept moving and chattering in the frame so I thought I’d just shoot it anyway, the mad business of a weekday morning marketing session. I didn’t realise the right side of the frame in a way gave the picture more”depth”? Love the yellow crocks. :) Spot the dog in the […]

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My friend Mita recommended me this book and it was a great read. I didn’t know much about Dr Oliver Sacks until I was having a conversation with a friend who is a prof in neuroscience and another neurosurgeon friend. I was also recommended to watch the movie “The Awakening”, which I haven’t had a […]

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I think daily posts are tedious, so I’m rounding up weekly posts. :) I don’t know if I am improving at this, but I think as with every new skill, it’s a work in progress. I am getting the hang of shutter speed and aperture, hopefully it’d get easier and become more of an autopilot […]

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I decided not to cheat and edit any of the photos as it’s an exercise to compare 365 days of photos and how much better I get at knowing my camera’s manual settings. Here’s mini fish burgers at Bangkok’s Sühring twins restaurant. Very delicious and I did the photos quickly but mindfully, in an attempt […]

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I love the moods that candle lit spaces create, but it’s hard to capture sharp images in the dark without a tripod. I think the leaves and diffuser bottle looks pretty well defined, so I think I didn’t do so badly here. I struggled however with the garden photo below. Let it too much light… […]

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Learning more about lighting and motion blur… and shooting with a tripod.

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Part of the photography class I took, learning how to work with manual settings to take good photos in the night. Still getting the hang of the holy trinity of ISO, Aperture and shutter speeds.

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It’s actually harder than I thought to be disciplined enough to take a photo a day with my DSLR as I don’t religiously carry it out with me every single day. Here’s a photo from my terrace.

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I was inspired by the Digital photography blog post on first steps to improve your photography is to make the effort to take a photo a day and stock take with this 365 days photography. Well, here’s day one. I think limiting oneself to a photo a day makes one more mindful of what moment […]

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I made a note to read this book by Lauren Collins as I continue to learn how to navigate my intercultural marriage with a French man. The book is somewhat interesting, anecdotal and also a discourse in linguistics in some chapters (which I found rather dry and difficult to get through). The flow of the narrative […]

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