Black out shoots in my flat


Status
Not open for further replies.

rainman

Senior Member
Apr 4, 2004
1,314
0
36
42
In my own world
Hi guess most of us experienced the blackout yesterdat night...we r so powerless...and almost disastrous...

- Phone line completely down for a moment and intermittent haywire (thats the first time I heard that type of unusal dial tone)

- Lift totally no power (which I thought will have backout power), hopes it is those new type that can safely go to first level and open door. ;p

- Traffic Light not working and no traffic police (Where r they anyway?)

Quite a few things to ponder abt this incident (Safety, security issues) and yes need to stock up 1-2 more torchlight and batt operated radio :)

Good things abt this blackout is that I have the chance to try on my 50mm 1.8 low light photograph took a few pics and later find myself silly and turn back to zzzz.





 

skdls

New Member
Nov 24, 2003
27
0
0
Not bad try!. Thumb up!
 

rainman

Senior Member
Apr 4, 2004
1,314
0
36
42
In my own world
yah good buy sia~
100 over bucks for a 1.8 lens...nice bokeh it can produce :)
 

Vynara

New Member
Feb 6, 2004
87
0
0
36
Singapore, Holland Village
i like the first one even though one of the candles a bit crooked heeheee :bsmilie: but it reminds me of a romantic candlelight dinner for two~

anyway, haha, my house had no problems during the blackout... my whole family is into the armoatherapy thing, so all of us had tealights. and becuase i just bought a x100 package of tealights, i went around lighting up everywhere... the bathrooms, the stairs, the livingroom, the kitchen... quite fun really heehee :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :sweatsm: :bsmilie:
 

LiOnElLiN

Senior Member
Apr 18, 2004
818
0
16
www.zelesjen.com
rainman said:
yah good buy sia~
100 over bucks for a 1.8 lens...nice bokeh it can produce :)
hahah... you have yet to try it outdoors on a sunny day! once the pentagon highlights start popping up, you'll probably change your mind about the bokeh...
 

rainman

Senior Member
Apr 4, 2004
1,314
0
36
42
In my own world
LiOnElLiN said:
hahah... you have yet to try it outdoors on a sunny day! once the pentagon highlights start popping up, you'll probably change your mind about the bokeh...
well..for a 100 bucks stuff I have no complains! ;p
Think I will use it more often from now
 

rainman

Senior Member
Apr 4, 2004
1,314
0
36
42
In my own world
Vynara said:
i like the first one even though one of the candles a bit crooked heeheee :bsmilie: but it reminds me of a romantic candlelight dinner for two~

anyway, haha, my house had no problems during the blackout... my whole family is into the armoatherapy thing, so all of us had tealights. and becuase i just bought a x100 package of tealights, i went around lighting up everywhere... the bathrooms, the stairs, the livingroom, the kitchen... quite fun really heehee :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :sweatsm: :bsmilie:
ha thats very "romantic" of u.... for me there is a problem cos I need to find a light so that I can go find another light..thanks god that my Hp is just by my side. keke
 

Vynara

New Member
Feb 6, 2004
87
0
0
36
Singapore, Holland Village
rainman said:
ha thats very "romantic" of u.... for me there is a problem cos I need to find a light so that I can go find another light..thanks god that my Hp is just by my side. keke
|oL... our modern mobiles are now our backup torches... :bsmilie:

and hor... are you staying at a condo named Parc Vista??? your flooring looks very familiar...
 

rainman

Senior Member
Apr 4, 2004
1,314
0
36
42
In my own world
Vynara said:
|oL... our modern mobiles are now our backup torches... :bsmilie:

and hor... are you staying at a condo named Parc Vista??? your flooring looks very familiar...

no lah...where got so rich just normal HDB flat. though puggol21 flats look like condo lah...full size windows etc

U richer cos u stay in holland village :sweatsm:
 

Status
Not open for further replies.