After spending big bucks buying a bulky DSLR - 650D, the first thing to do would be to try out one of the things that London Bear and I do most often - recording food and cuisines. It requires time for every camera and their owners to get to know each other. If the lighting is ideal, then everything becomes so much easier. If the lighting is inconstant, and you happen to be shooting moving objects, then it definitely takes more practice. So, in order to get used to this new toy, I must take all the chances I have to get used to it as quickly as I could. The family decided to dine at this Japanese restaurant, recommended by my mother's colleagues. The price was reasonable, and since it had been recommended, how bad could it be? Anyway, I always order the same kinds of dishes, so it was even easier to tell which restaurant does a better job at what.
- Mar 29 Fri 2013 11:04
- Mar 13 Wed 2013 10:24
After putting my stuff down at the lodge, I couldn't wait to go exploring around Kenting. I was so excited I had forgotten that the only thing I ate that day was a tiny breakfast the hosts at Hualien prepared for me. When it came around to dinner time, I was starving! So famished that I didn't know what to eat! There were so many choices on the main street of Kenting! Too many choices! In the end, I chose a place that served exotic beer!