Posts Tagged ‘comparison’
Hello again everyone!
I don't want to jinx it and say that the workload at work has lifted but lets just say I can finally breathe a little and not have a panic attack about deadlines, for now.
With that being said, I am a little stumped on where to start hacking away at my back log so I figured I w (Read more...)
[My most recent shot of the three kids, using my DSLR]
Do you own a DSRL and a mobile phone?
Well, if you do, … do you shoot with your phone more often these days?
I don’t know about you, but it happens to me.
Especially since I moved to Jakarta, I hardly shoot with my DSLR.
I shoot wit (Read more...)
Still in the midst of my disappearing act and the absence has thrown me a little out of the blogging state-of-mind as well but I aim to get that back as quick as I can! Along with some time to talk about loads of back-logged and belated items.
I love seeing my children play with each other gently and kindly.
The thing is, it doesn’t always happen.
Especially between the two older ones.
(They say, siblings who are closer in age tend to get on each other’s nerves more often, yes?)
Having said that though, I strongly believe tha (Read more...)
When you have more than one child, it’s interesting how you get to see the difference in their characters. Since birth.
One hardly cried as a baby, and was a really easy sleeper (who could sleep through thunderstorms).
And the other, errr, as a baby he’d scream and fuss when we’re (Read more...)
[Anya, the firstborn, is 7 years and 11 months; Brie, the lastborn, is 8.5 months old today]
We see things, and we tend to compare, don’t we?
But when it comes to raising our children, this is something that we parents should remind ourselves to NOT do.
Of course t (Read more...)
I made the biggest mistake and sinned big time when I waltzed into a camera shop here in Hong Kong today. I groped the Leica X1 … I couldn’t afford it. Next I saw something with an extra zero at the back … and there stood on the shelf … a Fujifilm X10! OMG! After playing with (Read more...)
Some friends asked me about which Lomo/toy camera should they go for if they wanna shoot wide. In the past, I’d tell them to either get the LC-A+ with the wide angle lens attachment or the (way cheaper but needs lots more light and careful usage) Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim (UWS) (also rebra (Read more...)