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嗜血女魔頭裏的刑具絕對就是這樣子的…
Knight Light... Calistoga, California
The Knight Light: for that extra layer of protection while you sleep.
Heh.

I have a brand new image on my blog today: http://bit.ly/1i7DXgR

As for this one: 
On our recent visit to +Castello di Amorosa, the hubs +Joe Dolister and I had a chance to photograph in The Armory. Woot! Me loves medieval armor and weapons. Not so much the warring part of it... more because people actually fit in these metal suits, hand crafted and used all these tools and weapons.. the very human imprint of people having BEEN there is everywhere. I could spend hours and hours looking at all the details, imagining the lives and personalities of those who created every rivet, every bit of scrollwork.

So real and so Hollywood, all at the same time!


©Karen Hutton - Creative Commons (CC BY-NC 3.0)
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NEW How to Video - HDR with the Sony NEX-7

Are you mirrorless-curious?

I just finished this video about a week ago and wanted to share it with you. You may have already seen my Sony NEX-7 Review at www.stuckincustoms.com/sony-nex-7-review/ - this is all new. I bought this camera only recently and I've really been running it through its paces. I've been using my Nikon D800 still for most HDRs, but as you can see from this video, this camera would do just fine if it was all I had…

I'm getting on a plane now to fly to San Francisco for the Google+ Photographer's Conference http://gpluspc.com/ - see you soon! #GplusPC
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A lovely day begins.
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My DIY work : a piece of the izzue magazine & timberland shoebox
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SONY NEX-5N +
Well, I can't totally help myself. Every once in a while I'll read about some small camera that has a large (same size as in my Canon Ti1) no mirror and fantastic performance at very high speeds (such as say 6400).

It's not that I'm going to run out and buy one because frankly - I need some large influx of money from a project to splurge - plus I'd need new lenses etc. but still for those of you who are looking for that neat small camera (though lenses are sort of large) that takes Leica lenses with an adapter - you might enjoy this. And it's a good read.

Steve (like me) doesn't write about stuff unless he's enjoyed the experience. I'm the same way. I don't consider my write-ups true reviews because they are always biased by the fact that I like what I'm reviewing. Though maybe that's being too much of a stickler. Anyhow... see what you think...

P.S. I don't really keep up with digital cameras so maybe this is all old news to you already.
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Happy new year!

I wish all of you a happy new year 2012. May all your dreams be fulfilled (or at least some of them). :-)

2011 has been an extraordinary year for me. I have found a new community in Google+ and all of you have been so supportive. Thanks a lot for that. I am really looking forward to seeing how Google+ will develop in the coming year.

See you in 2012.

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This is the before-and-after comparison of the HDR Vertorama I uploaded yesterday. You can find the original image at [ bit.ly/fp-mosque ] and the before-and-after page with more information at [ bit.ly/fpbna-mosque ].

Tutorials for creating similar images yourself can be found here:
1. Taking Interior HDR Vertorama Shots Hand-Held - [ bit.ly/fp-vertohand ]
2. Taking HDR Vertorama Shots with a Tripod - [ bit.ly/fp-vertotripod ]
3. Stitching Panoramas and Vertoramas - [ bit.ly/fp-panos ]
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