Thursday, April 24

Print Screen

I've been photographing lately, not with the shutter button but instead, the print screen button.

Yes, taking lots and lots of pics of my desktop for technical manuals for Toyata and Alliance Bank =D Hope to get more jobs in this manual writing thingy. THANK YOU ADRIAN FOR THE JOBS!

With that, it's financing new clothes for the camera. A much needed automatic flash and a 85mm f/1.8 lens. Just got this lens that costs rm600 for only rm200 which is such a good deal.

Hence with the new equipment I hope to:

1) venture into corporate portraits.
2) product shots

Oh ya, I asked someone, The Question

Her answer as most girls torturingly says, 'give me sometime to think about it'

*crosses finger*

Actually, it was accidentally through the phone, need to take her out and ask her properly I guess. For now, I need to read up for my last 2 final final papers.

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