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My Worn Out Belt for Day 18 Wearable Wednesday

It’s Wearable Wednesday once again. Last week I took a photo of the buttons on my button fly abercrombie pants. Today I feature my Worn out Tommy belt, can’t remember excatly when I bought this belt (maybe around 2003), it’s an excellent belt. I create this photo using: Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Panasonic Lumix 14mm […]

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Washi Eggs for Day 16 Macro Monday

Washi is a kind of paper that originates in Japan, and Washi Eggs are egg shells covered with the paper. This week, I’m using the Panasonic Lumix 14mm f/2.5 G, mine is the version 1. A wide angle lens isn’t always a good choice for shooting close-up or macro, but with thanks to it’s minimum focus distance […]

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Day 7 – Snack Saturday – Oishi Soaked Snack Crunch

Day 7 – Snack Saturday – Oishi Choco Soaked Sponge Crunch Oishi Sponge Crunch is a choco coated snack that originates from the Philippines. They are round crunchy cereal like snacks that actually taste good. You can find them on most Asian / Oriental Markets. Gear: Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Mirrorless Digital Camera […]

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Day 2 – Lucky Chinese Knot Tassle

Day 2. Lucky Chinese Knot Tassle. A Chinese knot is a knot that is tied and woven from a single length of cord or rope to be a variety of shapes and of varying complexity. Each shape has its own symbolic meaning, and nowadays you can find them as decoration, gifts for special occasions, and […]

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Still Life at the Coffee Shop

It was my first time to walk into this beautiful coffee shop, I’ve always passed by this place but never really got a chance to stop by. This time I went in together with a group of friends and I was surprised to see the inside, it is serene, quiet, beautiful, family friendly. Unfortunately they […]

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Closeup with A Bee

I wanted to try out my Tamron SP 180mm F/3.5 Macro lens for Canon EOS on my Olympus OM-D E-M5, thanks to the Canon EOS Lens to Micro 4/3 MFT System Camera Mount Adapter with Built-In Aperture Ring from Amazon, I was able to adapt the Tamron macro to my MFT body.

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Daily Photo – Black Grasshopper

Shot this the other day during my daily walk to the bushes. This is a Lubber Grasshopper, these grasshoppers are eye catching because of their large size and dark colors.  They are unable to fly and as I have notice,sluggish and doesn’t jump away unless they are threaten.

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Roses for Macro Monday

  Shot with the Olympus OM-D EM-5 and Panasonic 20mm F/1.7 Pancake Lens. Shot at 125, F/2.2, iso 800. The moderate Diffuse effect on the image was added using my favorite photoshop plugin Topaz Lens Effect.

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Masterlock – Black and White Photo

I was cleaning the cabinet at the office when I saw these pile keys on a small container. What a great time to test the so called macro capability of the Tokina SZ-X 630 60-300mm that I just bought.  Using  the FD to micro four thirds adapter, I mounted it on my OM-D EM-5 and […]

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Tokina SZ-X 630 60-300mm f4-5.6 Zoom Lens on OM-D EM-5

This is a used Tokina SZ-X 630 60-300mm f4-5.6 Zoom Lens Canon FD that I just bought from ebay, mounted on my OM-D EM-5 micro four thirds camera. It feels good on my EM-5, it’s not too heavy and is well balanced. It is lighter than my other FD telephoto, the Canon FD 200mm F/4 […]

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A Night Under the Bridge

This is my first time to use a mirrorless system for long exposure / low light photography. After looking at the photos, I was simply amazed with the result. I did this shot using the OM-D EM-5 with the Panny 14mm F/2.5 Pancake lens mounted on my Joby Gorillapod SLR ZOOm with a fotopro arca […]

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Morning In the Docks

I shot this yesterday(Sunday) morning. I was excited to go out, it was warm and the weather was perfect. Every Sunday, I make it a point to ride my bike, it’s that time of the week that I love most, just cruising along the side of the river until I get tired.

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