Unknownsu wrote:Yes, I got my ticket but I don't leave until the 26th of December. I return to Canada on the 16th of February so that's roughly 7 weeks altogether.
Ooooh, my aunt is leaving in January. I'm still deciding on whether I should go with her or not. It's all about the money right now. If I could save enough, I'll probably go and see you in Hanoi. Otherwise, I'll probably go with my cousin in the summer to celebrate her graduation (if I don't care about the France-Italy trip).
Unknownsu wrote:You checked my album? They look professional? Wow, that's quite a compliment. Photography is a hobby for me but a serious one. I only started 2 months ago.
That www icon you have there. I was curious to see what it was, so I clicked on it. It led me to your Flickr account. I loved your nature album, especially going home and elbow falls. Those are what I've been wanting to capture. However, I don't have the right camera to do it (ahem, being poor is the right term, actually). Other pictures in that album are equally good as well. Can you make it as your part-time job?
Hey, which one is your girlfriend in the miscellaneous album? Is she the one in jumping shot? Did you have to go to the countryside to take that photo? The yellow part is grass, right?
Unknownsu wrote:Photography is not a thing of chance. You have to compose your shot before you take it. If I see a photo opportunity, I just need 1 shot, 3 to be absolutely sure.
Really? I've read some books and tips about photography online. They said sometimes you have to take a lot of pictures to get an image you're satisfied. And then they talked about filters, lens, lighting, etc. I got confused and overloaded with those tips, so I didn't bother to learn more. I just come to photo.net to check their artworks. Some of them, I believed, had photoshop involved. I don't know a thing or two about photoshop...
Unknownsu wrote:I don't really know what bò bía is and I usually don't find a food dish interesting enough to be a photo subject but if I do come across it, I will take one for you. Same goes with mangosteen. Chances of me taking a picture of mangosteen is much higher though. Whether it is professional shot is well, up to fate, I guess.
Yaaay... and people praying in Angkor Wat, too?