I’ve been busy. So busy that I’ve no time to read up my D80 guide book. I’m only like 25% done. Sunday came and finally my body is aching like crazy. Duh!
My camera went hang kai-kai for the first time few days ago. I was at Assunta Hospital with grandma. I shot a few outdoor pictures and then suddenly a security guard came up to me.
Guard: You reporter ke? Dari company mana? (Are you a reporter? From which company?)
Me: Tak. Saya orang biasa. Hanya main-main. (No. I’m just a person playing with my camera)
*I look down at myself… oh yeah I really look like a reporter! 😀
Everything’s so far so good with the camera. The only 2 problems are I still don’t know how to take great pictures! Hahaha And also that idiot shaky hands of mine keep outputting blurred pictures. Cilaka!!! The menu & button controls on the Nikon are very easy to work with. So easy that I feel like an old-hand already.
Anyway, has any of you use lens hood on your camera before? I’ve been wondering about this lens hood bayonet thing that Nikon supplied… apparently it’s for reducing flare and also apparently quite a great number of photographers put on the lens hood 24/7 because they give great contrast. I’ve not tried it yet.
Do you guys have dry box/cabinet? I know Angie has one.
p/s: So happy for Kate Winslet and Slumdog Millionaire! I’ve not watch Slumdog Millionaire but anything that has everything to do with ‘the slums’ have my respect; waiting eagerly (was postponed to 2011 release!!!) to watch Shantaram (this is the place where I was intrigued by the living life in the slums). I dream of going to India. Just need to find 2 great guys to go with (as my security guards). Any taking? Kekeke
How come AR Rahman is so shy? For his first Oscar win, he walks very fast to the backstage after the speech, for his second Oscar win, he RAN there!!