Tagged With: Nikon D40
Before I got my Nikon D40, I was mainly using a Pentax Optio WPi point-and-shoot camera. I bought the Pentax because it’s waterproof and I figured that it would come in handy for trips to the beach and the pool. It is, indeed, waterproof but I wasn’t satisfied at all with the overall colours of … Continue reading
There’s a story behind every unforgettable pic. And for these pics, the story is short and sweet: we were at the beach on our first day in Phuket, the children were playing with sand, Lola and I were enjoying the water, and the sun was starting its descent into the horizon. I realised that I … Continue reading
We went island-hopping in Phuket today from 11 am to 8 pm. The post on the boat ride can wait but this photo just can’t… The lighting was tricky, the boat was rocking, the sun was going down fast. I’m still an amateur who can’t get the perfect settings for Manual mode the first time, … Continue reading
The weather was wonderful when we flew from KL to Phuket last Saturday. The sky was the bluest blue, the clouds all fluffy and white. With pics like this from my Nikon D40, how can I ever possibly go back to ‘normal’ point-and-shoot cameras?
I love taking photos of sunsets. I’d like to share with you a few of the ones that I took in the past six months: I took this photo during my recent AirAsia flight from Bangkok to KL, not long after takeoff, but waaay before the turbulence started. The profile in the photo is that … Continue reading