Sunday, August 30, 2009

The proposal : Here comes the bride

Today went to watch "The Proposal" at Jurong Point Golden Village. On the scale of 10, i would rate this movie an average of 6.5 It does let you have a good laugh, the funny scene is really funny. The story line, I felt that it's too simple and not much of content through the whole movie. Over here I give a rating of 4.5 The movie don't end well, it end with both of them being investigated without telling us the result whether they pass the test. Over here I give a rating of 2.5 Overall, I would still recommend "The Proposal" to whoever that want to have good laugh and relax yourself after a stressful day. If you want to catch a glimpse of the trailer here is it.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Here comes my Canon EOS 40D

After days of consideration between a semi-pro and pro cam, finally i make a decision to buy 40D. Initially I was attracted by the large imager size of 1dmk1 (1.3x FOV), but soon the idea was dropped after looking at reviews on the internet. So the next in line, will be the EOS 40d. Though the imager size is smaller than 1dmk1, overall the camera was equipped with more functions like higher ISO settings and better processor (DIGIC 3) and higher megapixel (don't really applies to me as I don't print photos often). After using EOS 40D for awhile, the feel of the camera is just like 1dmk1. "Very solid and stable". With the battery Grip inserted. Unbelievable noise control for 40D, even up to the highest ISO3200, the image is still sharp with little noise. If you like shooting in low light, indoor, events or even graduations then EOS 40D is definitely the camera you are looking for. Simply love Canon EOS 40D to the MAX! There you go, 1 photo from my eos 40d. Cool Right ? Unedited (Below): Post Processed and edited with CS4 (Below)

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Tilt Shift Lens VS Photoshop

Hey all, I did not blog for sometime since last post. I just learned a new photoshop technique which can produce something like the Canon TS-E lens (Tilt Shift Lens). You can learn about this technique here: