I had a moment of near panic today when I found I could not remove my inverse ring from my camera after doing some macro shots. I ended up laughing at myself afterwards though when I learned how to get it un-stuck.
My phottix battery has served its purpose. But unlike the original Canon batteries, it died too soon.
I’ve done halftones before, using Inkscape. Now I need my notes on how to do it in Photoshop so I can look it up whenever I need it. I’m too lazy to memorize it. 🙂
Flickr is an option to take when your free blog platform has a very low limit to how many pictures you can upload to their servers.
I thought my 580EX II has gone south on me when it fails to fire sometimes. And nothing can be more dismal than a flash that doesn’t fire when you expect it to work the most – during an event coverage.
I got a lesson on “You get what you pay for” with the Phottix LP-E8 replacement battery I bought a few months ago.
Macro attempts using available cheap alternatives to those expensive macro lenses.
Do you think we hobbyists can earn a little something from our photographs? I did a quick research and I do think we can.
A totally free give-away from a fellow warrior at the warriorforum called ‘The Master Key System’ is up for grabs.
Our new pet dog, Bunwich, arrived home a couple of days ago. Isn’t she a beauty?