The Mighty Jervis Bay – our Staycation [/steɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/]

Hi Folks!

I have promised another update right? Here you go, second blog post of the night! INFINITICIOUS style! (Oh well … the real cause is I couldn’t sleep… GO AWAY INSOMNIA!) … anyhow, let’s get started!

DSCF4357Jervis Bay – an oceanic bay in the South coast of New South Wales. Roughly 2.5 to 3 hours drive from Sydney CBD. It is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches. (apparently the whitest in the world!?) Regardless, it is absolutely beautiful! It is surrounded by coastal, marine and hinterland National Parks offer fantastic bushwalking, cycling tracks, Indigenous culture, camping spots, cliff-top lookouts and maritime heritage. More details: Please Click Here!

I have took a few days off in Feb and we have decided to head down to this beautiful place for a staycation with another lovely couple. As you will know by now, I love road DSCF4335trips! Especially a road trip with all the pretty sceneries! We take the scenic route from Royal National Park (aka good old Natio!), drove past the sea cliff bridge and went straight down to Jervis Bay through Wollongong. We have hired a cottage by the lake at Ewrol Bay, the view over there is just breath taking! Such a relaxing place and I will highly recommend you to experience it first hand!

Alrighty … let’s see some photos of this picture perfect place!

INFINITICIOUS Photos Time! Ciao for now and please like and share this place!

J

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Some more photos from the HongKong – Macau Trip

Hi Folks … I haven’t update INFINITICIOUS for nearly 4 months now! How have you been?

It has been a busy couple of months for me and my little family, furthermore, with a new born coming within the next few months, things are getting a bit out of hand! (But we are loving it!!!)

We have visited Macau during our Hong Kong Trip, and … I LOVE that place! A lot of picture perfect places! Let’s show you some photos and I will ensure that I will have more regular update moving forward!

It’s … INFINITICIOUS Photos time!!

J

Family Loves – Visiting Hong Kong – 2015

Hi Folks!

How are you all? Hope you are all keeping well and surviving the heat in Sydney.

I am currently travelling in Hong Kong, visiting this place that I have once called home.

Hong Kong – once a British Colony for 99 years and handed back to China (PRC) back in 1997. I have spent the first 16 years of my life here before I have moved to Australia, she is one of the most busy, vibrant city in the world. Very rich in her own culture, blended with the Western and Eastern tastes. She is a city full of stories… the good, the bad and the teary ones. Let’s look at this city from my lens and tell me what you feel?

Enjoy the photos below … please share the loves with your friends on social media and like this page! Your likes and comments are my motivation!

 

Is the Fujifilm X system ready for motorsport?

Some interesting facts!

The Fujifilm Blog

Recently we were lucky enough to spend some time with four professional motorsport photographers at the 6 Hours of Fuji event at the Fuji Speedway in Japan. All four of these guys have been shooting with Fujifilm X series cameras and lenses as their main systems for a varying number of years so we asked them about their experiences.

If you are thinking about making the switch and are not sure if the system is ready yet, check out these videos below!


John Rourke from the UK


Dirk Bogaerts from Belgium


Andrew Hall from Australia


Jeff Carter from the UK

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Some random photos from Today

We were quite lucky today… after a full week of rains, we have seen some blue sky this morning! (Well… just for an hour of so…)

Took Miss X-T1 out for a walk as I haven’t been touch her since my Melbourne and Canberra trips. We went to the Rocks for a coffee in the morning and head to see some Jacaranda in full bloom! We were lucky enough to snap a few photos before it rains! Thanks God for the mercy and opportunity.

And here you go… Infiniticious Photos time!

Which focus mode should I use with my X-series camera?

The Fujifilm Blog

select_150413-91w360_6415757_tutorialbannerfordotmailerMost people know what it means to focus with your camera lens. To do this, you adjust the distance of the lens (or an element inside the lens) from the sensor. There are two ways you can focus your camera – automatically (Autofocus or AF) or manually (MF).

As you probably already know, autofocus is there to do the hard work for you, and in most shooting situations this is all you will need to take great in-focus photographs. What you might not know is that there are different types of autofocus for different situations; this is what we hope to give you a better understanding of here.


Focus modes

focus-mode-selectorThe focus modes are generally set using a dial on the front of your camera. On some cameras this control is a switch on the side of the camera.

Single Autofocus (AF-S)

With single autofocus, once you half press the shutter button, the camera…

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What is in my camera bag? Fujifilm Chapter.

Hi Folks! I have received a few messages from you guys asking some very similar questions, so I have decided to answer them in two different blog post. The first question is what camera gear did I brought with me for the Melbourne trip and how I have found this in comparison to my Nikon gears before. The second question is what camera pre-sets I have used for the photos. Let me start with the gear questions first! Here we come the good old “What is in my camera bag?” post!

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As you can see from the photo above, here are my travel gears. All can pack into the little Continue reading