Saturday, January 26, 2013
I was walking down Main and Hastings the other day and came across this old abandoned storefront. I couldn't help but notice the unique 'presentation' of the graffiti on the window. Since the security bars are in the way, these guys had to write within the space. It kinda defeats the purpose of graffiti doesn't it? They're trying to be all rebellious and anti-establishment, but had to keep nice and straight, orderly, evenly spaced, and within the literal lines! Ha ha...maybe they should practice their ABC's next time!
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
When I saw this I was literally laughing while I took the picture...then I was scratching my head...what situation would bring about this result? It looks like an off-road vehicle spare tire right? Why would this person need to take this off and lock it up and store it on a bike rack? It's fully inflated, so the full-sized spare is still good. Hmm...
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Full Review: Fujifilm X-E1 with 18-55 F2.8-4 O.I.S Zoom
Thank you for waiting patiently for my full review of the Fujifilm X-E1 with the 18-55 F2.8-4 zoom lens. I apologize for the long delay. I had a stack of notes and a (virtual) stack of pictures to go through and analyze, so it’s taken a bit of time to come up with this review. Instead of making you wait to the end to read my conclusion, let's start with my final thoughts...
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Walking up Granville Street in Vancouver, i noticed the new public iBoards, or information- advertising boards all along the sidewalk. What do i see? An iPod advertising on the iBoard. As i was taking the picture in the pouring rain, people were wondering what was so amusing... seriously?!? You don't get it? iBoard? iPod? iRonic? Ok, it's not ironic. iNcorrect. iT's a CoiNciDence!
Thursday, January 3, 2013
I saw my bus coming and I was really tired, but I wanted to get this final shot before I ended my long day of testing the new Fujifilm X-E1 camera through the streets of downtown Vancouver. It rained all afternoon, so I had to take most of my images with an umbrella in one hand and the camera with the other. I've taken a picture of this building before, but I'm a sucker for blue lights. I just had to get this shot! I ran across the street, waited for traffic to die down, and fired off a few shots at iso 1600 and 3200. Both iso speeds looked great, easily printable to 16 x 20; but the above shot (1600) had the right amount of people and the least amount of traffic...