Lastnight I had the pleasure of babysitting my two best friend’s kids. They are such wonderful boys. This afternoon I received a picture that Elliot, the youngest of the three, created for me. Made my day
I’ve started a rigorous gym schedule with my buddy, Chris. We’re calling it “boot camp”. I’ll be at working out twice per day, and eating a lean, mean diet for the next 30 days. I’ll post some updates along the way. Stay tuned. For now, here’s today’s breakfast:
I shot this photograph just moments after I created two perfect burgers in the Algarve region of Portugal. I used my beloved Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II to achieve the shallow depth of field. I think my friend enjoying her burger in the background creates a wonderfully delicious mood in this image.
I took this picture in Pera, in Portugal’s Algarve region. It is an HDR image, combining 3 different exposures.
I shot this picture of the Barragem do Fratel, a fantastic dam in Portugal in March, 2012. The image is an HDR, or High Dynamic Range, which means multiple exposures were taken, light to dark, and then combined to give a more full tonal range.
My brother, Alexis, recently sent me this picture of the Sunset in Perth, taken with his new Samsung Galaxy S2! I must say I’m quite impressed with the image quality generated by this smart-phone.
A combination of getting sick, not eating much, not drinking alcohol and playing table tennis has made me thinner!
When you accidentally try to search from the address bar in Firefox it may default to an unexpected search engine. I unfortunately do this all the time, instead of using the built in search from at the top right of Firefox’s interface. It may come as a surprise to you that when you perform a… Read more »
Quick fix to a little annoyance I have had with Firefox 4 since I installed it a few days ago – The Status Bar is off by default, and even if you work out how to re-enable it (you can activate the status bar by going to View > Toolbars > Status Bar) there is… Read more »
Romania has incredibly fast internet, and the prices are unbelievably cheap. I’m currently in Bucharest and the friend I am staying with has upgraded her connection to 100 megabits per second – that’s the speed of a standard ethernet cable – and it’s costing her 7 Euros per month (GASP of astonishment!). The connection is… Read more »