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Life in Technicolor

Life in Technicolor

I used a selective colour processing technique on this photo of a Golden Retriever in a Seoul dog cafe because I was thinking about our societies love for smartphones. Even when things are fairly normal or mundane (black and white) they can always be made to appear colourful to someone else, depending on the way the user shares it with the world.

I see many people with a seperate persona over social networks than in reality. The information they share from their smartphones suggests they are happy and loving live, yet in reality this is not always the case.

I love dogs and thought his would be a good way to try and illustrate it!

This Could Be (one of) the Last Time(s)

 

The fact that I live an apartment on the twentieth floor is not news to this blog. This high position allows for a fine, if not a little post-apocalyptic at times, view of Suwon on all but the most weather beaten of days. I have grown fond of taking photographs of the many perspectives this home of ours provides.


Smartphone Perspectives

 

Not so long back a blog post by photographer John Steele on the pros of using a smart phone for taking photographs turned up in my timeline.


Oh, and one more thing. *Advice about The Arrival Store*

I’m home. Phew. That was a long flight.

I’m ecstatic to be home. Everyone said it would be weird and strange and that reverse culture shock is a monster, but honestly it’s been pleasant so far. Perhaps it is because my family has been amazingly supportive, I have so many friendships to catch up on and a few babies to meet (New people arrived while I was away!), and I am super busy networking and job searching.


Rando Man

The photo below does not inspire much, I imagine. It is in many respects quite depressing. A dry and slightly burnt piece of toast, a cold strip of streaky bacon, and the end of a rather watery looking class of orange juice, all wrapped around a white circular border. It is, other than the leftovers from my breakfast, a pitifully ordinary scene worth no moment of fame in any media. It is not artistic, so don’t go thinking it is. The loose crumb is only a loose crumb, the juice was as I left it, as was the toast and bacon. Just to the right was a eggy plate and a mug with a thin brown layer of leftover coffee. The photo was entirely random. So why bother?

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Philippine Buses Offer Free WiFi

 


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Why Your First Love Is So Important

You Never Forget Your First LoveI still mourn for my Palm Tungsten E2. I never fully exploited its capabilities, but it left me with a 4.5 x3.1 x .59 inch handheld habit. It’s a relief to know someone else with more technical nous than I have still thinks smaller is a plus.


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