Experimenting with a new beta FFDD script kindly provided for testing by Timothy Farrar, I must say that I am having a whole lot of fun with photography and HDR, and have come to the following uncorrelated conclusions: The level of noise reduction achieved by blending multiple bracketed exposures into a final HDR digital negative…Details
If my legs accept to carry me across the grass and into the street, I’m going to buy myself an ice cream. I’m dripping in a mixture of sweat and water from sticking my head under the park’s public shower, but I’m sure they’ve seen it all before and I want that ice cream. I’ve…Details
10:15 on (another) Tuesday night After staring at the city through my giant windows for a long, long time, I’ve come to the conclusion that modern society thrives on individual unhappiness, which is the opposite of… happiness, yes. And by happiness, I mean a broader condition than just smiley-happy, of course. I mean balance, fulfillment,…Details
Each year, with the coming of summer, a strange socio-geographical phenomenon occurs in Richmond: the human tide of the Night Market. For nearly five months, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, a flow of up to 18,000 visitors a night invades the 400,000 sq. ft area where 400 kiosks await them, offering everything from delicious Asian…Details
Location: Stanley Park Seawall. Background: Lions Gate Bridge. Foreground: grey heron and a rock. Meaning of life that evening: still 42.
More random glimpses of Vancouver, snapshot style. Walking along the train tracks on Commissioner Street, inside the Port of Vancouver area, I came upon silos that stood above me like merciful giants absorbed in their own endeavors. I stopped in a back alley, amused by the color similarity between the parking sign and the Smart…Details