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April 25, 2006
This is so good I thought it was worth a brief return to WB to share it with you all.
Picture taken earlier today in Central Park, New York:
November 12, 2005
Here's a question for all you photographer-types. My camera broke earlier in the week (no, not from throwing it across a room), so now I'm looking for a new one. My insurance will hopefully cover me to around £200, and I'm willing to pay a bit more to get something good.
What I'm looking for (and I'm beginning to realise this may not be possible to find) is a digital compact with a decent amount of manual control – focus and shutter speed in particular would be nice – and great image quality. A screen of 2" or more would be a nice plus.
The Pentax Optio SVi seems to have the greatest amount of manual control, and a 5x optical zoom to boot, but I've read not-so-great things about shooting speed and image quality. Many others that I've looked at, such as the Kodak Easyshare V550, Canon IXUS 500, Nikon Coolpix S1 or any of the Exilims other than the EX-Z750 (which seems to have other problems) lack for manual control of one type or another.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Reading so many reviews has started to make my head throb.
November 11, 2005
June 26, 2005
The ever-famous Koan.
The flowerbed by the bus stop.
The Arts Centre at night.
The Arts Centre again, taken from…yes…the top of that sculpture thing behind the bus stop.
The tree outside the Humanities building, which I subsequently climbed, and nearly killed myself by almost falling out of.
I may have also hopped the wall to find out what is going on with the Social Studies building, but this is unconfirmed.
June 25, 2005
I leave tomorrow at about 11:30, and am now as packed as I can be before then. My room looks horribly bare:
I had to leave those photos in the mirror up, or I might have become terminally depressed.
It always suprises and slightly dismays me that the vast majority of my worldly possessions fit into 6 small flat-pack crates and a suitcase.
So tomorrow it's back to London. Back to dialup. Back to incessant parental nagging about why I haven't got a job sorted for the summer/next year/why I haven't organised anything at all/why I'm so useless…
Why can't Being Simon Brent be a profession for which one can be paid?
June 17, 2005
Been meaning to do this for a while now…
June 13, 2005
June 04, 2005
June 03, 2005
May 23, 2005
Welcome to an average day in the Group Study Room