So the title says it all, my MacBook Pro finally gave up the ghost and passed over to silicone heaven, the place where all the calculators go. It was a good, long run. Full of happy moments, sad moments, annoying moments, and, well just, moments. Sadly, the MacBook Pro part of my life is now officially over, I have ended my mourning, moved on, and I am ready to take a new bite out of my Apple experience.Read More
As you may remember, I mentioned in a previous blog posting a few weeks ago about how I suprisingly came into possesion of a Romanian 35mm roll of film when I purchased an old FSU (Former Soviet Union) FED 2. I've actually had the camera for quite a while and just hadn't gotten around to developing the film to find out what was on it.
This is the final part of that story.Read More
These days, Soviet cameras are becoming increasingly popular amongst many film faithfuls, mainly due to their vintage looks while being easy on the pocket. Compared to the more popular film cameras around, such as the Nikons, Canons, and Pentax, the old Soviets are increasingly receiving more love; sadly at the increase of price.Read More
To start off my new blog postings, here is a quick but fascinating post.
Several years ago, I picked up an old Soviet camera from Romania, a FED 2 (review coming soon), to be infact. To my suprise, I found that the previous owner had left in a exposed roll of film, this was like no other film, it wasn't Kodak, Ilford, Agfa, or any of the other popular brands, but it was Azopan.Read More
Time. Everyone needs it, and as it slowly ebbs away from us, we want more of it.
Here is a clock brand collection "Chronox" which I created in Blender 3D.
Have you ever gone to a location with the intent to photograph a beautiful landscape only to discover that when you get there it's overcast, raining, and the colours are just not popping?
This isn't one of those occasions.
With 3D modelling, you can create that landscape you had in mind, and add your own individuality to it, the boundaries are limitless.
This was created in Blender 3D and uses the low polygon technique. Why "low poly" you may ask... well my MacBook Pro takes an age and a half to render anything in great detail. Time for an upgrade, I think so! ;)