My promise to you — as part of your free membership to this site — is that I’ll continue to work hard to stretch your zero dollars.
So from now on, I will not only be doing my best to answer your questions, but I’ll also be sharing my famous home-made pizza dough with you, the viewer, via iPhone images.
That’s right, images of my very own home-made pizza dough shared with you — online.
While other Canadian photo-bloggers claim to provide you with value for your hard-earned zero dollars, I’m the only Canadian photo-blogger sharing authentic home-made pizza dough with you.
And what is better than home made pizza (dough)?
That’s my promise.
I say the silliest things to her…
On another note, the artificial and mixed back-lighting, and the reflections off the red walls, in this scene are very challenging. Yet, with the proper pre-processing (a term I believe I coined) and post-processing, the technical issues are mostly overcome.
I know that there will be a few individuals who will insist that I should have used flash, but I vehemently disagree: the spontaneity and ambiance would have been lost.
I’d feel differently if I was trying to produce a formal portrait — but I wasn’t.
Warning: This has nothing to do with photography, but I love good ideas.
The nascent smart watch industry has just been turned upside down by a 20 year old from Montreal. In Simon Tian‘s world, the watch is the central hub, and the “pocket screen” is just a blank interface.
I don’t know how well his smart watch will work, but I believe he has conceptually bested the likes of Google and Apple.
Check out the Neptune Duo.