Saturday, November 9, 2013

Change Is The Only Constant

First of all, I would like to apologize for the recent lack of posts, but you know what happens, you start arranging your life, tasks and schedule, and when you think you have it all figured out, something sudden happens and disrupts all of your future plans, which is how life works.

That's why there are courses like "Change Management" to teach people how to adapt to the continuous changes happening in life, and how not to fall behind or feel unsettled, you have to adapt. By the way, change is not usually a bad thing, but people feel scared of the unknown, while most of the time; despite how uncomfortable it might be, change leads to the better. Go to YouTube and watch "Who moved my cheese".

I am in the middle of one of the bigger changes in my life, and it might take some time to settle down and fall to a semi-steady schedule, so I can't promise regular posts, but I will be doing my best. Below are some of the things I would love to tell you about in the coming posts:

- Olympus 45 1.8 review
- Olympus 75 1.8 review
- Bower 7.5mm Fisheye review
- Yongnuo 560II and 560III review and comparison
- Yongnuo RF-603 review
- Cinematic photography & post processing
- Resuming the post processing series

Well, the plan is to have one of these posts ready in the coming week.


  1. I just found your blog and really love it. I look forward to future posts! I recently purchased a d600 and a yongnuo flash and have learned a great deal about the camera from your blog. Thank you.

    1. Mic is the one to thanks, he started this blog, and posted about the D600 and the Yongnuo flashes.
      However, I am glad to have you here.

  2. I really enjoy your blog. I just upgraded from a d7000 to a d600. And your blog has been hugely helpful.


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