From my stock photos- from one of my April walks this year.
Just when the trees are showing their beautiful blooms!
Sometimes I wish blooms remain the whole year round rather than just for few days. Must be wonderful to have them.
Shot with iPhone4s, edited on iPad2
Upon waking up this morning, buying app from iTunes was the first (well after brushing my teeth) thing I did. I read about it the night before and I got so excited that when I woke up it was the first thing I searched for. again!
I used it on an old photo I had on file. I love the way this app played with multi colors and different shapes.
What do you think?
This is what made me stop collecting Monster High dolls. Dolls with larger heads and eyes!
This is Alfred from Taeyang serie. Joints are articulated, eyes move from left to right, wink and sleep. Alfred can easily stand without his stand eventhough his head is unproportionely bigger thann his body. I just took him out in the backyard yesterday when I saw the chance (sun was shining for a bit) and did a few test shots. Boy, he did not disappointed me!
I think I’ll just leave this PULLIP link with you where the history of such doll is written.
I’ve more dolls to photograph so guess what kind of photos you’re in for?
Wonder what is the most expensive camera in the world? I would answer the cameras NASA is using! But okay, let’s stay on earth to find the answer…
here’s the latest news I just read from Yahoo:
We’ve seen our share of expensive cameras. The Phantom v1610, for instance, is capable of shooting 1 million frames per second — a feat that will cost you $100,000. But that’s a veritable bargain compared to this 1923 Leica camera that just sold at auction for 2.16 million euros ($2.8 million), an absolute record.
German camera-maker Leica is one of the most famous names in high-quality cameras. A new Leica can run you as much as $31,700. But this 1923 0-series Leica is a piece of camera history, one from the first batch of 31 cameras the company ever created. Only about 12 are known to still exist; fewer still are in such a pristine condition. That means this camera can command top dollar — or, in this case, top euro.
The camera was purchased by an anonymous European buyer. In 2007, a similar Leica 0-series sold for $430,000; in 2011 one sold for $1.7 million. Given the rapid increase of price in these cameras, we think we’ll keep using Instagram to take our hipster-quality photos, thank you very much.
Now where can I possibly dig up an old camera?
This is a flat in Rotterdam that I passby each time we visit the place.
This was shot with iPhone4s and edited on my ipad2. Those gulls were not added but were really flying above my head that day.
* shot with iPhone4s *
Last Monday (April 30) was koninginnedag or queen’s day in Holland. It was a holiday so cities were filled with people. And that’s what my husband and I avoided so we went biking around the city where people were nowhere to be seen. Oh well, 1 or 2 walked pass us by.
This is what I found along the way. I thought of photographing the backside for a change. Whatyathink?