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Eleven Gigabytes, Four Hundred Eighty Six, Two Thousand Two Hundred and Ninety

  I COULDN’T come up with a really catchy title so I looked back at what had transpired this weekend. Yes, I have 11-gigabytes of images coming from 486 RAW photos shot at the NDP2010 (Singapore National Day Parade 201) Preview. I didn’t count the gigabytes of space the 2,290 frames shot for the time-lapse. I […]

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Photos Of The Month: June 2010 (Last Pic)

Photos Of The Month: June 2010

INSTEAD of having too many individual photographs listed on the blog post I’ve taken a collage approach. The collage is created using the software called, PhotoScape V3.5. It is freeware and it just makes life easier by drag and drop with fixed template sizes and designs. I used to create them by hand myself using […]

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Vincent Long and Panasonic Lumix G-Series Digital Cameras

  ON SATURDAY, 29 May 2010, I had the opportunity to meet and listen to photographer Vincent Long (Australia) speak about his experiences as a brand representative of Panasonic’ Lumix G-Series of Micro Four Thirds (MFT) cameras. It also gave me the opportunity to listen and speak with similar enthusiasts. The attendees were a mixed […]

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