Wednesday, August 31, 2011

iPhone 4 zoom lens

cant get enough of my new lens, that is my iPhone zoom lens. hahaha i've been meaning to buy a lens for my DSLR but till now wala pa rin so i'll settle with this new lens for now hehehe so patronize mo on this one. besides it has been a long weekend and i've got too much time on my hands and i got a bit bored :)










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Monday, August 29, 2011

zoom lens for iPhone

guess what i bought today :)



a zoom lens for iPhone 4


bought at cdr king for only PHP 580. nice eh, galing ng cdr king lahat meron na :)
for this price, it already includes a mini tripod, iPhone case, and iPhone clamp for the tripod.

here's the full specification of the iPhone zoom lens (this lens is compatible on iPhone 4 only)
Can be use as a telescope
Minimum Focus Distance: 3M
Maximum Focus Distance: 300M
Optimal Magnification: 8x
Field View: 246M
Angle View: 16°
Lens Diameter: 18MM
Dimension: 34 x 72 mm

to view the product catalog of cdr king click here


sample shot at the store, using the full zoom of the zoom lens for iPhone 4



compared to the full zoom of the iPhone4 camera.

nice eh :)


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molesting the statues



Hahaha goofin around and molesting the statues at baker's hill in palawan :)
Do you also do stupid stuff like this when visiting a new place for the first time?

Have a great long weekend everyone, dont let the rain damp your holiday mood. Anyways this bed weather is really a nice excuse to stay in bed all day.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

oh pirate

eye eye captain!

ouch that hurts... me got some minor operation yesterday, but dont worry fans =)
nothing serious though i had to hide inconspicuously behind ol big sunglasses eh ala paris hilton *evil laugh*

PS. thanks much for accompanying me to the doctor and for holding me hand (not the hook hand) :)

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

there are only two times when i want to be with you


NOW and FOREVER

Sunday, August 21, 2011

newspaper nail polish

I usually paint my nails but it has been a while since i've done that until a few weeks ago when i found out about the newspaper nail polish trick. I find this design really cool and i know i just have to do it and see it on my nails. My first wasnt really successful, you can just barely see the newspaper print (that was because i realized now that you should really use a "rubbing alcohol"). So here's a picture of my second attempt in putting newspaper print on my nails, not yet good but with practice i am going to perfect it. =)


How to do the newspaper print nail art?

1. Put a base coat, i prefer colorless but you can also use light colored nail polish so that the print get to really stand out

2. Wet your fingernails or dip it into rubbing alcohol. I insist you use rubbing alcohol otherwise the print wont really transfer onto your nails

3. Its best if you already have cut out strips of newspaper, small but big enough to fit in your nails. Put that bewspaper onto your wet nails and dab a bit more alcohol on top. Press it a bit securely and wait a bit to dry out. then take off the newspaper and put a new coat of colorless quickdry and that's it!

Saturday, August 20, 2011

random

Ok, so im feeling lazy and is having second thoughts if i'm gonna attend the canon photoskwela at megamall tomorrow. We'll see if i can wake up my fat lazy ass.

And oh, im going to spend my birthday next year at zamboanga. Thanks to cebupac seat sale. When there is a seat sale fare you just grab 'em, it doesnt matter where the destination is its the journey that matters and who you are with

Friday, August 19, 2011

love the earth


we only have one earth, that is fact. i once read that "we do not own this earth. we just borrowed it from our children" and i totally agree with whoever wrote that. which is why we should love this earth, the place we call home. and it saddens me that there are some people who have no regard to the destruction of the environment in order to gain monetary value, whatever compensation they get now will be nothing compared to what will be our future if we don't stop in destroying our environment. i am not trying to sound like an all knowing person but we can all help the environment if we want to. it doesn't have to be real big, even small act of kindness to the environment counts. like, keeping your candy wrapper in your pocket instead of just throwing it everywhere can make a difference. i know it sounds petty but if everyone will think alike that it is okay to throw their candy wrappers anywhere, then the whole world is just one big trash can then. and aside from that, we can help too in the products we buy and the stuff we use in our home and in our offices. i am so grateful that the consumer awareness has opened up to the eco-friendly products and we should fully support and buy those biodegradable products whenever we can. they may cost a bit more than your normal product but remember you are buying as well the future of the environment for your kids' sake.there are a lot of stores offering environment friendly products, and Ethical Ocean is one of that.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

i'm sorry

I may get mad at such little silly things. I may cry over ridiculous shit. But when i apologize for anything i've done, i truly mean it.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

bagong pera

it's been quite some time now that the government has released these new notes and up to now i still only have these

Siguro dahil cute at colorful (read: mukhang play money) yun mga bagong pera tinatago rin ng mga tao hahaha parang ako lang ayaw ko gastusin. Still cant get my hands on that 500 peso bill. Hmmm baka mas attached yun mga tao na itago at wag pakawalan kasi both ninoy and cory na yun andun :)

Thursday, August 11, 2011

traveling

"Traveling is a brutality. ​ It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are constantly ​ off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things - air, sleep, dreams, the sea, the sky - all things tending towards the eternal or what we imagine of it." ~ cesare pavese

Thursday, August 04, 2011

Etiquette for Expats, Tourists and Other Visitors to the Philippines

a repost (read: copied) from Jessica Zafra, yes the one and only jessica zafra... i just love the way she writes, but this article is something that everyone should read. i insist.

read on and enjoy :)



Welcome to the Philippines! You’ve probably noticed that Filipinos are friendly, accommodating, and nice all around. For starters we are always smiling. It is not true that we are always smiling, but it is likely we do it more than your people. This is because it is so much more pleasant than frowning or scowling.

And people generally look better when they’re smiling, no? Here in Manila there is so much aggravation to put up with. It’s sweltering even when it’s rainy, the traffic is horrendous, it’s noisy and poverty is widespread. Smiling is the last thing one feels like doing under these circumstances. If you think about it, smiling in these conditions is a form of protest. It is a way of rising above the situation. It is not, as you might think, a vapid reflex.

Your people probably have a lot more to smile about than we do. They should smile more, it would make them look younger.

Right now we’re smiling at you because we are curious as to what you, a foreigner, are doing in our country. Are you a corporate executive, a chef, a diplomat? A retired soldier fetching your fiancĂ©e whom you met online, or a Brazilian model? A Peace Corps volunteer or an NGO worker? A tourist drawn by our famous beaches, or just looking to get laid? Filipino curiosity is insatiable. We have to be in the know. We don’t even have to do anything with the knowledge, we just have to know.  

No doubt you have been told that we pride ourselves on our hospitality. Our hospitality is not a PR thing; it is genuine. We are glad that you’ve come all the way here—we like having guests. You are someone new to talk about.  Entertaining others entertains us. And since you’ve taken the trouble to come all this way, we figured the least we could do is prepare this basic guide to help you get acclimatized.

1. Our beaches are renowned the world over for their powdery white sands, brilliant sunshine, and the spectacular biodiversity in the water. Beaches, as far as we know, are on the seashore. When you are more than ten kilometers from the sea, say, in the shopping and office complexes of Makati and Mandaluyong, don’t feel compelled to dress for the beach.

We assure you that we natives won’t feel ill at ease if you don’t wear your loosest tank top, ratty board shorts and crumbling flip-flips while walking around the mall. Don’t dress down on our behalf; we do like to dress up. We think it is a way of showing respect not just for the occasion and the setting, but for yourself.


2. It is hot and humid in Manila so we sweat a lot. In order to stay cool and refreshed we take baths or showers every day, if not two or three times a day. If those of us who were born and raised here find it hot, it must be positively infernal for those of you from America, Europe, Australia-NZ and the temperate zone!

You must shower every day, if not several times a day. For maximum refreshment we recommend generous applications of soap, shampoo, and antiperspirants. Just dousing yourself in cologne is not enough to cool you down. Take a shower every day, you’ll feel so much better.

We insist.

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