Using the Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2.0 Part 1

Using the Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2.0 Part 1

The Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2.0 is named the king of bokeh.  I am not sure how true it is before trying it out to shoot.  But one thing I immediately noticed was that the silver/chrome version is much more solid than the black, and also the Summarit version.  It is...
Using EyeEm

Using EyeEm

I heard about EyeEm following an introduction of Digital Photography Review website on the iPhone 5s. You could download the app from iOS App Store. There is also an Android version on Google Play. Having been using Instagram for some time, I must say I have...
My impressions of RØDE VideoMic Pro

My impressions of RØDE VideoMic Pro

I ended my honeymoon with the RØDE VideoMic Go a few days ago.  The sweetness ended at the moment I realised it did not pick up any audio from the Canon XA10 video camera after making an interview. I was shocked when playing back the video clips, no sound was...
My Impressions of RØDE VideoMic Go

My Impressions of RØDE VideoMic Go

VideoMic Go is another on-camera microphone made by RØDE.   It is lightweight (mainly made of plastic) at only 73g although the overall dimension is not very small:  67mmL x 79mmH and 70mmD.  Compared with my Sennheiser MKE 400 (130mmL x 62mmH and 21 mmD), the RØDE...
My next trip – Tasmania

My next trip – Tasmania

Tasmania is always on my list of 50 best places to go for taking photography. It is a land abundant in all beauty of the nature. It takes about 2 hours on a direct domestic flight from my home town Sydney to Hobart, the largest city of Tasmania. I have been there...

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