Everyone's Blog in All from December 2012

How to recover deleted photos from a freshly formatted sd card

Dec
15

I arrived home less then a week ago from weeks of traveling to find an SD card awaiting my attention.  From time to time my geeky side comes to the front and I do a little data recovery for people if it is possible.

The Situation:

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Autumn in Hanoi with a dash of rain

Dec
13
Fish in the wet markets of Hanoi

One of my most favourite places to visit is Vietnam and in particular Hanoi. I find Vietnam to be a place where I am always learning something new and meeting very friendly people. I love walking the streets with a camera and experiencing all that Vietnam has to offer - including so many of the most fabulous local foods that can be found on the street. During my most recent visit to Hanoi, it was cool (being Autumn) and mostly rainy with the occassional gaps in the rain. There are quite a few photos presented here again liek my previous psots but I do ask ou to be patient as the photos load. Like all my recent travels these photos have been taken with that brilliant travel camera the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Olympus 12mm lens, Olympus 45mm lens and the Voigtlander 17.5mm lens.

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From Beijing to the Great Wall of China

Dec
10
Wangfujing beijing

New adventures always equals a lot of new fun and opportunities to capture some great photographs. no matter how jet lagged you may be feeling at the time. I arrived in Beijing with quite a lot of sleep deprivation, however it was not long before I had charged all camera batteries and hit the streets for a few photos of this new amazing city called Beijing. The following set of photos tries to capture a little of what I saw in each of the places I was visiting or just wondering in Beijing. Like my other recent posts the photos taken here are based around the following three lenses - 12mm Olympus, 45mm Olympus and the 17.5mm Voigtlander. I did add an extra lens to the equation when I was at the Great Wall and that was the Panasonic 7-14mm lens.

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Xiamen in 24hrs

Dec
07
Xiamen, China

Recently I had the opportunty to spend just under 24hrs in Xiamen while transiting between cities.  While it was raining during most of my visit here - it was still an exciting place to visit.  For those who love to shop - there is no end of shopping opportunities here, though for those of you that liek to explore the many lanes, back streets and local wet markets there is a new adventure on each corner.  The latter is perhaps where I spent most of my time.  I also had a quick visit to Gulangyu Island which is a short 5min very ride from the mainland.

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On the streets of Kuala Lumpur again!

Dec
03
candles at the temple

I was on another one of my crazy stop overs while traveling - this time Kuala Lumpur.  It was a sunny Saturday morning (with rain looming), however I managed to squeeze a couple of hours in for a bit of shutter therapy with a fellow street photographer - Robin Wong.  You can see his version of the morning at http://robinwong.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-quiet-morning.html.

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