I still remember when is my last time went to the mini fun fair, 10 years back. Well, local people might call it fun fair, carnival, moving playground and some even call it as kid’s theme park. Few months back, I just moved to new studio located at C180 Balakong. Guess what? I found this fun fair nearby my studio. You don’t know how excited I am.
Like others amusement park, there are full with games, toys, food, and even “mini theme park”. I brought my friends from Singapore and he really excited with it. We spend quite sometime over there and the only one we did not enter is haunted house. Since he don’t really like scary stuff, we decided to avoid it.
Some shot from the top. I’m gonna pay a visit again over the weekend. Any of you wanna join me? Feel free to let me know. You know where to get me J
Guess what? All of the photos are taken with my new toy. It’s not a DSLR but just small tiny smart phone. It’s look kinda smart for low-light camera. I really satisfied with the outcome. When it comes to photography, I’m really picky with my toy and what can I say, this toy really awesome! Can anyone guess what phone is this?
I just had outdoor photoshooting last weekend and when all the photographers use DSLR, I choose to use my smart phone. Since its good in low light, I’m challenging myself to use it for outdoor photoshooting.
If you want to know what device that I talk about, submit to me your best night time photographs to (email@example.com). The best night time photographs will have opportunity to join me and my production house team to experience how I do model night photoshooting use my smart phone. Yup! You hear correctly! I will use a smart phone to do a model photoshooting during night time!
Well, if you want to find out more about the other pictures you can take with
this device, simply click on this link and take a guess on what device it
is..you may just win one too 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/NokiaMalaysia
Finally we reached Awana Genting Longhouse– our home. Check out my review of Awana Genting Longhouse HERE!
For those who do not know, during MSS2011, the 1Benua Band which consists of Tian Chad, Hijrah, Dwin Andi and Feeq was formed. Different races, different country, but sharing the same dream. Maybe we should form a band and come out with our own album!
Most of us were totally exhausted. I was not the only one feeling unhealthy, Nigel too.
Andi was trying to get internet connection via The Cube. He looked damn happy. I suspected that he was flirting with some hot chics =) Regarding The Cube, I will discuss about it in my next entry.
Right after having a good bath and rest, all of us walked back to Awana Genting Hotel for lunch.
We had our lunch in Rajawali Coffee House.
Rajawali Coffee House offers variety of food and the best part is- it’s in buffet style!
7.00am to 12.00 Midnight
(12.00 Midnight to 2.00am – Take Away Only)
Indulge in our selection of delectable continental and local buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet Breakfast (7.00am to 10.30am)
RM29.00 ++ (Adult)
RM17.00 ++ (Child)
Buffet Lunch (12.00 noon to 2.30pm)
RM36.00 ++ (Adult)
RM20.00 ++ (Child)
Buffet Dinner (6.30pm to 9.30pm)
RM40.00 ++ (Adult)
RM22.00 ++ (Child)
The food was really amazing. Unfortunately, I was unable to eat it since I was not feeling well. I just had some light food instead.
Dato’ Ruddin Salim, Vice President General Manager Awana Genting Highlands Golf And Country Resort gave a speech. Picture credit to Tian Chad.
Our one and only cowboy in town, Mohd. Najib Ariffin. He is the Head of Awana Genting resort’s Fun & Adventure Unit. His tagline is, “We never say goodbye to you, we always say see you again!”
While I was already exhausted and started losing my focus, suddenly I heard my team’s name, which was team no 5 was being announced. HEY, MY TEAM WON!! We won the first prize for the best team + the best teamwork during ‘Obstacle activity’.. I learnt something.. We must always be ready in a team to overcome all the obstacles that we face as only teamwork could solve problems efficiently and quickly
We ended our event with Makarena song-the song that were played during our extreme activity. Thanks to Zul who teaches us how to dance =)
In Awana Genting Highland, they never say goodbye to their guest but they always say “see you again!”
Stay tune for the next episode of My Selangor Story!
Currently I am in the middle of My Selangor Story 2011 blogger competition. I hope that you guys can help me by voting me and share my blog post to your friend =) I really need your help to win this competition.
Let’s see other blog post of My Selangor Story 2011:
The SiFE of University of Nottingham presents our annual charity fashion show:
“The Candy Factory”
Entrance fee: RM 30 (Its for charity too) Prices includes entrance to after party in Maison.
This fashion show is to promote rising local boutiques as well as young designers which are in need of publicity to garner reputation and public exposure. We also hope that this event will inspire the younger generation to venture into this industry!
Showcasing collections from:
RUMORS MENS BOUTIQUE http://www.facebook.com/Rumorswear
Good news for people who involve in cinematography field. Canon came out with new toy that special made to satisfied video recording addiction. Now I felt I want to have one =3
However, the price kinda make me … .. .
HOLLYWOOD, California, November 3, 2011/TOKYO, November 4, 2011—Canon Inc. and Canon U.S.A., Inc. today raised the curtain on an all-new interchangeable-lens digital cinema camera that combines exceptional imaging performance with outstanding mobility and expandability to meet the demanding production needs of today’s motion picture industry. The camera, which features a newly developed Super 35 mm-equivalent approximately 8.29-megapixel CMOS sensor, will be available in two models: the EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera*, equipped with an EF lens mount for compatibility with Canon’s current diverse lineup of interchangeable EF lenses for EOS single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras and new EF Cinema Lens lineup; and the EOS C300 PL Digital Cinema Camera*, with a PL lens mount for use with industry-standard PL lenses.
The introduction of the EOS C300/C300 PL coincides with the launch of the Cinema EOS System, marking Canon’s full-fledged entry into the digital high-resolution production industry. The new professional digital cinematography system spans the lens, digital cinema camera and digital SLR camera product categories.
Star-Studded Supporting Cast
Equipped with an EF lens mount, the EOS C300 is supported by an all-star cast of high-performance EF lenses, not only the wide array of interchangeable EF lenses for EOS SLR cameras that have earned the trust and respect of photographers around the world, but also the EF cinema lenses in the newly announced Cinema EOS System. When outfitted with a Canon EF lens, the C300’s peripheral illumination correction automatically corrects for vignetting in accordance with each lens’s optical characteristics, and enables iris control from the camera. Canon EF lenses also enable the recording of such metadata as the name of the lens used, aperture setting and shutter speed.*1
The camera’s video and audio recording file format adopts the industry-standard MXF (Material eXchange Format), an open source file format ideally suited for non-linear editing systems. Recording to versatile, readily available CF cards, the EOS C300/C300 PL realizes high cost-performance and, equipped with two CF card slots, makes possible the simultaneous recording of video data to two CF cards.
Ready for Action
With a compact body design measuring 5.2 (w) x 7.0 (h) x 6.7 (d) inches, the Canon EOS C300/C300 PL delivers exceptional maneuverability, enabling shooting from vantage points all but inaccessible to large cinema cameras, such as close to the ground for high-impact low-angle shots, and alongside walls. In accordance with on-location shooting needs, the camera can be outfitted with a handle, grip, thumb rest and monitor unit, and offers an array of industry-standard terminals, including HD/SD-SDI video output for the external recording of high-quality video content. When using a WFT-E6B wireless file transmitter for EOS digital SLR cameras (sold separately), the EOS C300/C300 PL can be controlled remotely by means of such common devices as smartphones or tablet PCs.
The camera is equipped with four start/stop buttons positioned at various locations to satisfy any preferred camera-holding style, and can be outfitted with a variety of third-party accessories, including matte boxes, follow focuses and external video and audio recorders. The unit also achieves seamless integration with third-party editing systems and provides added peace of mind through its dust-proof, drip-proof construction and built-in cooling system.
The new camera allows users to adjust image quality to match that of professional camcorders and EOS-series digital SLR cameras, and offers Canon Log Gamma, enabling flat image quality with subdued contrast and sharpness for maximum freedom in post-production editing and processing. In addition to frame rates of 59.41i, 50.00i, 29.97P, 25.00P and 23.98P, the EOS C300/C300 PL features a 24.00p mode, matching the 24 frame-per-second frame rate of film cameras for high compatibility with common film-production workflows.
Other features include fast-motion shooting, achieved by capturing fewer frames per second to create action up to 60x normal speed, and slow-motion down to 1/2.5x*2 made possible by capturing more frames per second. Frame rates between 1 and 60 frames per second (fps) *3 can be adjusted in increments of 1 fps.
Additionally, a selection of Custom Pictures lets users freely adjust image quality for greater control over how content looks.
Show-Stopping High-Resolution Full-HD Performance
The Canon EOS C300/C300 PL’s newly developed Super 35 mm-equivalent CMOS sensor incorporates approximately 8.29 million effective pixels and has a pixel size that is larger than that for conventional professional camcorders, enabling greater light-gathering capabilities for enhanced sensitivity and reduced noise. The sensor reads Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) video signals for each of the three RGB primary colors, decreasing the incidence of moiré while realizing high resolution with 1,000 horizontal TV lines.
Supported by a heightened signal read-out speed, the CMOS sensor reduces rolling shutter skews, a phenomenon prevalent with CMOS sensors in which fast-moving subjects may appear diagonally distorted. Additionally, the powerful combination of the sensor with Canon’s high-performance DIGIC DV III image processor facilitates high-precision gamma processing and smooth gradation expression.
In addition to MPEG-2 Full HD (MPEG2 422@HL compliant) compression, the EOS C300/C300 PL employs 4:2:2 color sampling for high-resolution performance that minimizes the appearance of “jaggies” at chroma edges. Additionally, with a maximum recording rate of 50 Mbps, the camera supports the recording of high-quality video.
Pricing and availability
The Canon EOS C300 (EF mount) digital cinema camera is scheduled to be available in late January 2012 for an estimated list price of $20,000. The Canon EOS C300 PL (PL mount) digital cinema camera is scheduled to be available in late March 2012 for an estimated list price of $20,000.