Life long learning

Life long learning

After attending 3-day Apple iOS SDK workshop, I was exhausted. It was harder than I thought because it is a whole new world of programming iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It is a challenge I’ve decided to face it.   I keep telling me lagging behind other classmates...
The fall of films

The fall of films

This announcement from Fujifilm site (English translation here) mentioned the discontinuation of some silver halide films is not surprising.  My question is when. If I have a crystal ball, I will tell you how long film will last. But obviously film is still surviving...

The home that won’t make you sick

It’s true that there is no place like home. Recently a news article on the factors that make home stay healthy interests me. My ideal home is a tiny place with clean environment and fresh air.  Nice weather is now a luxury to everywhere in this world. One thing...
Quality images

Quality images

From when we started talking about whether taking photos in RAW or JPEG format matters? I realised there were some differences when discovering some cameras offered another format for storing an image other than JPEG. This was exactly what I found when I bought my...
Are we photographic cheats?

Are we photographic cheats?

In a recent online article on Luminous Landscape, Mark Schacter argues who a photographic cheat is. His question, presented in a form of dialogue, argues that whether using post-processing software to enhance photos is a cheat because the photographer manipulates...
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