Tuesday, 30 January 2007

Random shots

Guess what? I've sold off my Canon S3 and went toward the dark side and bought myself a Nikon D40. Everyone was telling me that the switch is bad but I totally support my own move and the results are spectacular. I guess I can enjoy using a proper SLR now but of course there are a couple of downsides to it.

Anyway I shall let me pictures do the talking. Mind you, these pictures have been resized, I still have the full resolution pictures in my hard drive.

Here is a picture of KL Tower which I took when I was walking towards the Dang Wangi station from Sheraton Imperial.

This was taken from the Pasar Seni LRT station, it was about sunset and I was heading towards China town when I chanced upon this beautiful scenery.

Same scenery as the previous one but I zoomed in a little to avoid seeing the LRT tracks.

Of course, I couldn't resist not taking a picture of our beautiful Twin Towers, currently the tallest building in the world.

Over here are a couple of pictures which I took at Sheraton hotel. While waiting for the rest of my friends to arrive at the lobby, I guess my trigger finger was a little itchy. Totally random, I would say. It is just to test out the camera's macro functionality.

And last but not least, the chocolate cake which I do miss the most. So much to eat during training, that I must say. I think I can't fit into any of my pants anymore.

Overall I guess it wasn't so bad that I could actually bring my colleagues from Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Australia around and allow me to test out my new camera at the same time. Believe it or not, I looked more of a tourist compared to them.


D50 Nut said...

Welcome to the Dark Side. I sense a dark force in you.

boo_licious said...

Aiyoh, I am drooling over the D40 now after I read the Star Review yesterday.

Mavik said...

Yeah the D40 is such a good buy but mind you that it only uses AFS type of lens unless you prefer to use manual focus all the time.

Reason being is that the body of the D40 does not have the auto focus feature.