Monthly Archives: December 2010

Photos at Night

I’ve playing with the shutter speed to take photos in the dark. Not that I like to leave my warm bed in the wee hours of the morning for the sake of photography, but the long commute requires that I … Continue reading

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Circles on the Wall

I saw this today across from my office. It’s the reflection of the light bouncing off the glass panels into the wall of the Biltmore hotel. I’ve walked this way many times and never noticed it until today. Photography is … Continue reading

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Malibu Hindu Temple

I underestimated the brief day light hours during the winter months and came to the Malibu Hindu Temple with hardly any remaining light. Plus it didn’t help that there was a tourist coasting down Mulholland Hwy at 45 MPH. Humm! … Continue reading

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Bunny Photo

Taking sports photos is one of the most difficult thing to do. A good action photo requires luck and being there at the right angle. The sample principle applies to taking photos of a small fury animal who refuses to … Continue reading

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Christmas Present

Merry Christmas everyone! Let’s count our blessings and hope that the best is yet to come. Santa came today driving a UPS truck. He delivered the final package from Adorama and my photography gears are now complete. I’ve heard so … Continue reading

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Buying Photography Gears

I’m a knitter most of my life and an amateur photographer for the last six months. I’m used to dealing with nice fiber-arts folks who love what they do and share their enthusiasm with anyone who would listen. Fiber folks … Continue reading

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Flat Knitting on the Sock Machine

I’m totally unprepared for Christmas this year. By this time last year, all the socks have been wrapped, all the names have been checked, and most if not all have received their socks for Christmas. Between my new interest for … Continue reading

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