Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Recent photography things

Friday, March 9th, 2007

I went shooting a few pictures around the Boston area in the freezing cold.


Then a few days later, in Chinatown for the Chinese New Year and met up with Guy



(View the whole Chinese New Year set)

Shortly afterward, I bought a new hard drive (1/2-tb), so I have been trying to consolodate (and organize) all my photos on one disk, finally. As I can actually browse through my (now almost complete) collection of photos spanning several years back, I can post pictures like these from my most recent trip to Germany (almost a year ago):


…or from the beaches of Florida (from 2003):

…or from a trip to Acadia in Maine (in 2004):

Also, I recently purchased a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2. Basically, nearly everyone calls it an LX2 for short. This little compact camera shoots raw, has a Leica lens, and can fit in a reasonably sized pocket (with a little bulge). I’ll be great for when I cannot lug my armada of camera equipment (like commuting to and from work, simply hanging out with friends, etc.).

“Your camera takes really nice pictures”

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

Never saw What the Duck before today… A funny photography-centric comic? Totally feed-reader-worthy.

(found on kudzu)

Non-photography day!

Monday, July 17th, 2006

Celebrate the day by not taking a picture!

The 30D

Friday, April 7th, 2006

My new Canon 30D is quite nice. I haven’t had much time to play with it just yet; hopefully tomorrow will allow for that.

It’s definitely a great upgrade from the D60.

Unpausing my ‘blog

Friday, March 17th, 2006

So many things happened since my last post…

On a side note, it’s kind of hard to start blogging again when you haven’t done so in a while.

Leaked picture of the Canon 30D

Tuesday, January 17th, 2006

Oh man, the new Canon 30D looks awesome! So many great features! (via Nelson’s linkblog)

I think it’s finally almost time to retire my old Canon D60 camera body.

Playing around with Flickr

Saturday, November 12th, 2005

I’ve decided to start using flickr. It’s nice in that I can just post any number of pictures from whenever or wherever — I don’t have to feel compelled to post a gallery of pictures, grouped by a set, organized by a time, all hand-done manually. A few additional advantages of flickr are tags, comments on pictures, and RSS. I can also post pictures from my cell phone (which, unfortunately, works better than using it to talk).

(I’m still not entirely sure if this might replace my own photo gallery, go side-by-side, or what.)

I suppose I should add a link to my flickr account from my website somewhere. (;