Sunday, August 31, 2008

My newly-bought Dog!!

Yeah finally i've bought my self a dog!! I named it 'Angel' - Actually my girlfriend named it just after we bought it.. and i agreed with that because it come after my eye cured finally after been charged with lot of medical bills.. hihihi.. but thanks God.. it finally cured!!. So this is the things i need to have to started this Wonderful Angel of Mine..

1. A medium cage ( then i need to think where will i put 'Angel' when it grow bigger later ;)

2. Shampoo n lotion (more expensive than mine :)

3.Slicker Brush - for fine to double coated fur

4. Food can

5. Basket for Angel to sleep (not so often Angel sleep here i think.. most of the time Angel sleep on the carpet)

6. Hihihi.. see how adorable Angel is!! So this is Angel.. in portraiture mode :)

7. Aloo.. I am Angel - a Tibetan Terrier..

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Rosday & Jimloh

Here's some of my photography session. Like almost of the photographer, I like to shoot candids -which show their natural way and it works to create beautiful photo. Hey guys.. drop some comments on this. I really need it to improve my skills.. Arigato Kuzaimas..

Oh God.. I've been infected by conjunctivitis!!

This is not my eyes.. :)

Oh.. I am so suffered with this "red eyes"- Fortunately just infected only on my left eye. If both ? For god sakes- i really hope NO. For those with the simptom of this disease, consult your doctor now.. Ehehehe unless you want to experience it. Here i attached some article about the disease...

Red eye: Also called conjunctivitis. Redness or irritation of the conjunctivae, the membranes on the inner part of the eyelids and the membranes covering the whites of the eyes. These membranes react to a wide range of bacteria, viruses, allergy-provoking agents, irritants and toxic agents. Viral and bacterial forms of conjunctivitis are common in childhood.
The leading cause of a red eye is virus infection. Viral pink eye is usually associated with more of a watery discharge, not green or yellow in color, and is frequently associated with viral cold-like symptoms. The eyelids may be swollen. Sometimes looking at bright lights is painful. While viral pink eye, may not require an antibiotic, the doctor should see the child, as occasionally this form of pink eye can be associated with infection of the cornea, (the clear portion of the front of the eyeball). This infection must be correctly detected and treated. Viral pink eye is highly contagious.
The bacteria that most commonly cause pink eye are staphylococcus, pneumococcus, and streptococcus. Symptoms include eye pain, swelling, redness, and a moderate to large amount of discharge, usually yellow or greenish in color. The discharge commonly accumulates after sleep. The eyelids may be stuck together requiring a warm wash cloth applied to the eyes to remove the discharge. This bacterial pink eye responds to repeated warm wash cloths applied to the eyes and antibiotic eye drops or ointment.
Chlamydia is a form a bacterial that is an uncommon form of pink eye in the U.S., but is very common in Africa and the Middle Eastern countries. It can cause pink eye in adults and neonates. It is a cause of pink eye in adolescents and adults that can be sexually transmitted. Chlamydia pink eye is typically treated with tetracycline (except in children less than eight years old, because of possible teeth discoloration) or erythromycin.
Allergic pink eye is usually accompanied by intense itching, tearing, and swelling of the eye membranes. Frequent causes include seasonal pollens, animal dander, and dust. It is frequently seasonal, and goes along with other typical "allergy" symptoms such as sneezing, itchy nose, or scratchy throat. Cold moist wash clothes applied to the eyes and over-the-counter decongestant eye drops give welcome relief. Your doctor can prescribe stronger medications if these remedies are not adequate.
Chemical pink eye can result when any irritating substance enters the eyes. Common offending irritants are household cleaners, sprays of any kind, smoke, smog, and industrial pollutants. Prompt, thorough washing of the eyes with very large amounts of water is very important.
Persistent conjunctivitis can be a sign of an uncommon underlying illness in the body. Most often these are rheumatic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. Conjunctivitis is also seen in Kawasaki's disease (a rare disease associated with fever in infants and young children) and certain inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn disease.
Bright redness of the whites of the eyes can also occur when the tiny blood vessels covering the whites of the eyes rupture from trauma or changes in pressure within the head (for example, after forceful laughing or vomiting, when diving under water, or even bending upside down). This condition is called subconjunctival hemorrhage, and, while it can appear impressive, it is generally harmless

Further article : http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=20057

Friday, August 29, 2008

Attention!!: Nikon Corporation Announce Newest DX-format DSLR, D90

Stunning 12.3-megapixel image quality, broad control and the world’s first* digital SLR movie function combine to deliver unsurpassed creative freedom in a D-SLR.

TOKYO – Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of its newest DX-format digital SLR, the D90. More than just a new camera, the D90 represents a new era of digital SLR fun and creativity.
The first thing that will amaze photographers about the D90 is its stunning image quality, which takes its inspiration from Nikon’s flagship DX-format digital SLR, the D300. The D90’s image sensor and 12.3 effective megapixels combine with Nikon’s exclusive EXPEED image processing to deliver outstanding images featuring fine details, smooth tones, rich colors and low noise across a wide ISO sensitivity range.
The D90 is the world’s first* digital SLR camera with a movie shooting function that delivers genuinely cinematic results, enhanced by the creatively shallow depth of field made possible by the DX-format sensor. This is further refined by the optical quality and broad selection of NIKKOR lenses — the same lenses relied upon by professional photographers the world over. Thanks to the D90’s large image sensor, D-Movie images exhibit less noise than those of a typical camcorder, most notably in low-light situations.
The D90 also provides remarkable performance and operability, featuring Nikon’s exclusive Scene Recognition System that advances precision in auto focus, auto exposure, and auto white balance in diverse shooting situations. Live View mode allows shooting while confirming the subject on the large 3-in., approx. 920k-dot high-density color LCD and offers three contrast-detect AF modes to allow photographers to focus on any point in the frame, enabling a greater variety of composition. In addition to wide and normal area AF, the D90 offers face priority AF in Live View mode for even sharper pictures of people.
All of these powerful features and more are housed in a compact, comfortable-to-hold body, with intuitive controls. In other words, the D90 is a camera that will satisfy the requirements of passionate photographers who demand superior image quality and crave exciting new photographic possibilities.
*As of August 27, 2008, according to research conducted by Nikon Corporation
For detail go to Nikon Website http://www.nikon.com/about/news/2008/0827_d90_01.htm

Merdeka!! Merdeka!! Merdeka!!

On this 31st August, we will celebrate our 51st Independence Day of Malaysia. 51 years in peace, harmony and continuing the glory of our nation. As Malaysian, I am proud of this Malaysian, that was built under the courages and hardwork of the late leader such as Tunku Abdul Rahman - Our Father of Independence. He dedicated his life to achieve independence without thinking of any benefits to himself. He wanted that for the nation. Nowadays, lots of people want to become leader- but not to struggle to achieve something for the nation, but to achieve something for the benefits of themselves!!. However, the important things is to stay together- to be strong in one nation ignoring what race you are, what religion you are in and what level you in the society. so, in this joyful of our 51 years of freedom. Let us held our hand together and shout with our spirit to love this country.. MERDEKA.. MERDEKA.. MERDEKA..!!!

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Some of my favorite shots..

These are some of my favorite shot.. Please drop some comment on this guys..!

Portraiture of my Tommy Cat..

Close-up shot to Simba face
Water droplet

My winning shot at Nexus Resort Karambunai, Digital Photographer Bootcamp! This shot won me the 2nd prize. http://www.nexusresort.com/new/24072008.html

Horse and sand on HDR

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Servay On Fire

The next morning

The man of courage
The fire grew bigger and this time reach to the front side of this building.

The fire actually started about 7pm from the back of this building, by the time I arrived the fire have burn half of this building

Oh.. Broadband!!

I try upload some pictures today.. but my broadband line do not supporting me (i think)... i'll try to update some picture as soon as possible...

My Latest Pictures

I took this pictures at Kuala Penyu - during the last school break.

It's my kick start!!

Finally i've found how to create my own blog!!! Recently after i've registered my broadband i tried to build my own blog, but always not what i am looking for.... :)