It was a sunny afternoon in winter season.There was not little wind and the river and the pool were very peaceful.I rode to anywhere without any purple. Then turn a big Corner, there was a group of black building without any modern style.I knew it was Xincheng Old Town.Black roof, white wall, along river, the traditional building standing besides the narrow bank. The narrow bystreet being fullfilled with memory of childhood. Mother was doing the washing and the red,the blue cloth... continue reading
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So having taken a week off work,to take my family down to Cornwall, England, i made sure that it was not just holiday snaps i took. Although the weather was not fantastic and we could not get to see everything i had planned the days out we had i made sure i took photos of anything that caught my eye. However i do have one little piece of advice for people.Because i knew i would be taking a lot of photos, i decide to buy a couple of extra memory cards off the well known internet trading site,... continue reading
A pitch black background with a nice mesmerising Moon. Watch it in your Virtual Goggles and just sit back and relax, you will Feel that the moon is really in front of you and will make you forget that you are inside your house continue reading
Today I would like to talk about a problem and ask your reflections about possible solutions.The problem is the memory. The memory of us, our today. How will today be remembered in the future?Which evidences of today will survive until the next 20 or 40 years? As technology evolves, others become obsolete and forgotten.Some days ago, the last factory stopped manufacturing VCRs.How many millions of VHS tapes are out there with so much content about the world? In 40 years time almost... continue reading
Yeah, that sounds a little wrong, but here's the deal/lesson.My husband, teenage daughter and I recently traveled to the Cook Islands in the South Pacific.Between us we had a total of five cameras.Three were Nikon D300's, two were smaller Olympus shockproof/waterproof point-and-shoots.We also took a laptop, thumb drives and external hard drive.Every day, at some point, I would remove a memory card from a camera.I would dump it on the laptop, backing it up to an external hard drive... continue reading
See I wanted to write a blog to commemorate my 1,000th sale but I missed it, and now my sales are 1,002. I reminded myself many times about it when the countdown was in process... but typical me!Here are the last 3 sales I had, first one was my 1,000th and the other 2 ruined the nice occasion: continue reading
Besides your camera, your memory card may be the most important piece of equipment in your photo bag. Without a memory card, your camera won’t work, and if it’s not operating right, you could lose all your images from a long day of shooting. The good news is that by learning some basic maintenance tips and best practices, you can keep your cards running at peak performance and help ensure you don’t lose the images you worked hard to capture.1. Format the Card in Your CameraWhenever... continue reading
I am using this for quite a long period already. It us such a big convenient thing to manage my pictures during holidays, long trip etc...It is a simple item which is a Secure Drive to Compact Flash converter commonly called SD/CF converter. The unit has the same size that a IBM Microdrive or CompactFlash II model.Why this unit is so convenient ? Firstly, the CF memory is well know (from the beginning) as capacity limited, as speed transfer limited and mainly for me as an expensive memory... continue reading
I am sure that my generation and the next is in grave danger of losing the memory capacity of our brain due to digital revolution. This trend will set a change in human evolution also in coming years. Even some generations before me who are hooked to the tech will be facing this problem. Recently my grandfather expired and I went back into the lane of old memories remembering everything. One of the things I remembered was the first phone in our house. And then I suddenly realized that I knew so many... continue reading
Today my heart is heavy.Today I don't even want to think about my camera, let alone pick it up.Today I want to cave in on myself and sink into the abyss of misery that comes with heartache.But I won't.I will walk past the photographs sitting in my living room taken at a long ago party and various get-togethers. He always wore a smile that could melt butter or make you wonder what he was up to.I will stop as it catches my eye, pick it up, and when the questions begin to well up inside my... continue reading
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