Lemonade, CX6230, Earth Hour And Mines

Rewind to 25th November 2007: Lemonade!

A Western musical. Literally.

All shots with the Minolta 50mm F1.4 with 2x teleconverter, to give a handy 100mm F2.8 on the A700.

Plot twist!

Dang these kids can sing.

Tracy in the back.

Outside, Eujinn grooves the bass.

Skip to another random point in history, when Yin passed me an old Kodak CX6230 that didn’t work anymore because the battery cover was broken. I fixed it with epoxy!

It’s alive!

1/26th of a second, ISO100, F2.7.

1/2th of a second, ISO200, F2.7, through a Hoya R72 filter.

That makes a difference of 4.67 stops only. Them old cameras have weak infrared-blocking filters!

Earth Hour, 28th March 2009, 8:30pm to 9:30pm, at Gardens Midvalley.

Starbucks honored it.

All darkness down at Carrefour.

So let there be light! Teleport to Mines Wonderland.

We used a Y-shaped formation – camera at the base of the Y, flashes from both tips of the Y.

Nic, in less eyebagged days.

Mike’s energy blast.

KJ won the camwhoring competition…

…and so, he won a chance to camwhore with Szetoo!

White umbrellas are a classic off-camera-flash accessory.

Suspiciously white lamps.

KJ was his happiest, though, when he finally got his hands on the umbrella.

This is what happens when you steal aforementioned umbrella.

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