Friday, February 27, 2009



...It's there anyone out there still reading my blog?

Hibernated for too long...

p/s: What the hell has happened to my banner on top?

Sunday, January 11, 2009

My LomoWall... Kinda...

First FisheyeFirst Multiexpose
Mutant YotsubaThe KL Tower
Dragonfly on my finger tipCrossing KL Tower
Crossing KL TowerMy Green Green Myvi
Game BoysThe Lomo Cat
Me & Somebody ElseLong Expose Christmas
Lorong GelapOne Way Street
Sign on the wallThe Wheel
3 Star ShiningOld Clock
Coffee AddictTerminators
New Year ChaosGhostly New Year
Woo HooYeah!
Lomo Fisheye No. 2, Fujicolor Superia, ISO 200
Taken on some time between December 2008 and January 2009

How I wish I can build my own LomoWall...

Need to accumulate more lomo photos...

Lomo photo is the easiest to be the best of my photo collection...

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

And A Happy New Year!

Taken on December 25, 2008
Taken by Someone

Last post of the year!

I wrote so less recently that I'm amazed. I should have a lot of things to talk about yet I do not feel like telling anyone. Tsk...

And Yes! I've a fisheye no. 2! Gotta finish the first roll of the film... Who knows that 36 photos gonna take so long to finish... Really need to develop the film... Can't wait to see the result... and ERRGH... yes...


p/s: Photo was taken inside Star Hill during Christmas, it seems like the decoration this year wasn't that Ummh...

Saturday, November 29, 2008

A little about Tam Coc (actually more about youtube)

Tam Coc River Ride

Youtube changed its look!
Now all videos will be in 16:9! At least at the frame...

Not sure when Youtube came out with some new features, now the users can put annotations on their videos. A pretty cool feature where it saves users' time from explaining what are on their videos.

Always want to try this feature but lack of time to do it. Now I gonna use the video that I've taken during my trip to Tam Coc for a little experiment.

Lazy to explain about trip, let the video clip explains itself.

Monday, November 17, 2008


Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd, 1/420, f/4.5, 4.7 mm, ISO 100
Taken on November 9, 2008

Wanted to try something different in taking field trip photo.

This time I want my photo to be black & white, and see how does it gives the impact to the photo.

Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd, 1/210, f/8, 84.2 mm, ISO 100
Taken on November 9, 2008

The photos were taken during a one day trip to Perfume Pagoda, 2 hour distance from Hanoi.

By taking photos in black and white, it discards the colors and reduces the information one's eyes can capture. Hence one could focus on one part of the photo which should make that certain part stands out. And of course it adds more serenity into the photo.

Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd, 1/2000, f/6.3, 4.7 mm, ISO 100
Taken on November 9, 2008

And all of that is just my thought.

I just made that up while I was typing this blog.

But I still very satisfy with the photos I took.

p/s: Is it me or anything else that I am kinda lack of words to use? Hate it.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Big Boys Playing Water

Last week Hanoi was raining non-stop for a few days, and what you get was flood everywhere.

Area around my working place was flooded, area around my hotel was flooded. Taxi's starting to refuse to go to these two areas and we were stranded in our own office...

But... big boys are always big boys... we decided to walk back.

And therefore, a 2km journey has begun...

The starting point.


Everyone's excited.

Victory to the rain.

"Malaysia has this smart tunnel...blah blah blah"

Knock knock, who's there?

Oh, it is me, me and me with victory.

Heading to the unknown.

The journey so far, everyone's wet and no matter how hard we tried to get the taxi, no taxi driver wanted to go to our hotel.

What to do? Continued walking lo...

And here we met the biggest challenge of all.

There was a very serious flood along the road. So far we tried to prevent our shoes to step into the water, but the flood was at knee level...

It was actually very deep.

But we conquered it.

And officially got wet from head to toe.

Helpless guy.


I gave this rain a 10 points.

Nowhere is safe actually.

The 3 wet musketeers.

It was unwise to drive through the flood.

Look at the water level.

Another spot that was flooded.

This part of the road was beside Hoan Kiem Lake, which was flooded very badly. Cars were stranded on the road.

Hoan Kiem Lake overflowed.

Everyone needs a picture like this.


The journey ended here.

The cameraman, Chee Yuen.

It was fun to walk in the rain, funner in the flood, but stupid to walk for 2km.

Anyway, thanks a lot to Chee Yuen for the wonderful pictures by using his non-water proof camera and only appeared at the first and last pictures.