Ever wanted to start taking good photo's? Ever wondered what the ISO setting, Exposure Time or that little symbol of a flower on your camera meant? This great new photography blog has just opened to help out new photographers with these kinds of questions. It is run by my Girlfriend who recently just got a Canon EOS 400D and wanted to learn how to use the camera.
I've always been interested in photo's, take a look at these…
Well I've been back from holiday for a few days now and am still wishing I was in Scotland. It's SUCH a nice place!
If you need some convincing on whether or not the scenery is worth it, check out our Flickr Scottish Holiday group.
Below are a selection of snaps from the holiday
A day later than I wanted to but here are some photos I took while at the Saturday Muse concert at Wembley Stadium - the first sell-out show at the new venue in North London. They're also the first "proper band" to play there (George Michael is a solo artist).
I bought my girlfriend a Canon EOS 400D a few months back and I'm impressed with every photo that comes out of it - but I recently wondered if that was just because I KNEW it was a good camera. How good is it really? I mean, my Sony Ericsson K800i has a FANTASTIC camera on it (considering its a phone) and the Nikon E4600 I have (and my girlfriend had before her 'upgrade') took great photo's considering its price and it was VERY rugged. How could I test this... So I took all 3 camera's out and took 2 sets of photo's with each camera. Guess who won?
After my girlfriend started showing an interest in photography I decided to buy her a new camera as a surprise. I chose the Canon EOS 400D and she has had it for almost 3 weeks now and already she has come up with some STUNNING photo's.
Her first shots with it were wildlife and nature based…
Well - It took us 10 hours longer than it should have done to get to the US - but the first day of the OSCMS (Open Source Content Management System) Summit 2007 sponsored by Yahoo! is over. What a day its been!
Browsing around the web this morning, I found a really cool site for getting Free mobile phone wallpapers.
This site has wallpapers for all kinda of phone makes and models, for example:
- Sony Ericsson K800i
- Nokia N70 Series, N80 Series & N90 Series
- Motorola RAZR-V3
- Samsung D500
There are literally tens of thousands of pages covering wallpaper styles from CGI to Celebrity
Last week (Thursday I think) I worked late and ended up walking from work (near Barbican Tube Station, London) to London Bridge Station (about a 35 minute walk if you know the back-roads). Putting aside the fear of being mugged down an alley somewhere, I quite like walking through London when its dark. The lights often look beautiful.