Day: <span>July 9, 2009</span>

Printing photos

I don’t print photos, almost everything I did so far with photography far was for online use only, do I don’t own (and don’t plan to buy) a photo printer. But exceptionally, for a small project, I needed some prints (about 50 photos), so went to the nearest shop (like 5 minutes from my office) with the photos on an USB stick.

Much to my disappointment I was told: “sorry, our USB reader does not work, come again next week”. FTW? Waste a CD for that? I don’t feel like doing that… And I learned from my co-workers this happen often. How hard is to have a working USB port on the computer? Or maybe I got to talk with the stupidest guy on the planet?

Conclusion: if you live in Bucharest, try to avoid Nic Classic if you have something to print.


Master of the wind part 2

A second take on the "you must master the wind" lesson and (coincidence?) this is taken minutes and effectively a few meters away (the same part of the Herastrau Park) from the first part, it must be exactly the same nasty wind, as it was the same nasty photographer.

The wind and the bride

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Street photography: formal versus casual

A quick research: the girls walking on the street look better in a formal or casual outfit? Look below:

The beautiful streets of Bucharest in the summer

+1 for formal

The beautiful streets of Bucharest in the summer

+1 for casual

The beautiful streets of Bucharest in the summer

+1 for formal

The beautiful streets of Bucharest in the summer

+1 for casual

… so far is a tie :p I guess is not about the clothes but about who is wearing them.

And now as a bonus something that isn’t either casual nor formal:

The beautiful streets of Bucharest in the summer

A goth girl can be cute too!

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