Disclaimer: This is not a technical review of the Fuji X100s. All the views is based on me using it for the first time today. Out of 80 images, only 18 made the cut for this post. Why? Well, firstly my skills still need a bit of work. Heaps of work. And secondly today I […]Read more "The Fuji X100S and the streets of Melbourne"
Venue: Sakura Kaiten Sushi Where: 61 Little Collins St, Melbourne 3000, Victoria Reviews: http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/71/761667/restaurant/CBD/Sakura-Kaiten-Sushi-Melbourne Is it awesome: Sure is 🙂 Today was the first day I walked without using the cam boot and decided to head out for dinner in the city. Must admit felt weird without the feeling of safety the cam boot offered, […]Read more "Dinner at Sakura Kaiten Sushi"
There’s a way to the airport where you cross a bridge called the Bolte Bridge. Nothing spectacular, just cuts down the traveling time significantly (if there were no traffic). However, every single time I’ve been on the bridge, I’ve looked to the west to see the west ports as a foreground to the West Gate […]Read more "View from the bridge"
Sometimes I forget how majestic nature really is. Surrounded by buildings, suburbia, streets, highways, and an abundance of concrete, I never really get to see nor feel the power of mother earth. Boy I sure felt it taking this shot. The clouds were coming in fast and the wind was picking up. I knew my […]Read more "Diamond Bay, Sorrento"
Time flies when you’re having fun! 🙂 Google Plus is a great platform for photographers (amateur and even professional). Its a great way to share photos, discuss all forms of styles with other people who love to snap a few pictures, and even a good platform to get some critiques. Sure, its not dedicated to […]Read more "Google Plus 2nd Anniversary Photo walk – Melbourne"
“Looking back, my life seems like one long obstacle race, with me as the chief obstacle.” ~ by Jack Paar Sometimes, although I am fully aware of what I excel in, I second guess myself. I then realise that ultimately if I’m comfortable with myself and stopped doubting all my decisions, I am allowing myself […]Read more "On the drive home"
Although I used a D700 for a wedding photo shoot once, I’ve never experienced my own full frame goodness. Until today. The Nikon D600 captures a LOT of detail, and the 35mm f1.4 Sigma was not only incredibly sharp but also presented a new wide-angle and shallow depth of field I’m not used to (I […]Read more "Saturday afternoon with the Nikon D600 and Sigma 35mm f1.4"
It sure has been a while – and trust me when I say it has been jam packed that I haven’t had the time to update the site. But what I have in store are plenty of pics showcasing a range of street photography for your viewing pleasure. I also did a series of levitation […]Read more "Catching up on some photos"
A lot has happened since the last post: things started to ramp up at work and I’ve been under the pump to get stuff done before my two week trip to the UK! 🙂 Haven’t been to the UK in a while, and this is the first time the camera has made the trip. So […]Read more "Sights of the UK – Trip to Blackpool"
Closeby the mouth of the Yarra River, Williamstown is a picturesque area and a mix of industrial backdrop with nature. With the 1 year anniversary of Google Plus, the Melbourne Photowalk crew got together around Spotswood and started heading towards Williamstown, taking tons of pictures along the way. Apart from the torrential storm, I have […]Read more "Photowalk around Williamstown"