Since I have had my camera, I had lots of fun taking pictures, experimenting in manual mode and doing small stop motion animation. I, however, had never tried time-lapse photography.. until last weekend. Time-lapse photography is an awesome technique! In terms of storytelling, Time-lapse can let you do incredible things and provides an immersive experience. Here's one … Continue reading Photography #3: Getting started with Time-lapse photography
No matter which society or civilization we look at, progress/big changes have always stemmed from having rallied people behind a cause/system/individual/group of individuals. The causes in themselves might be controversial; Sometimes motivated by selfishness, self-righteousness, stereotypes, and animosity. So what makes it work then? How do certain individuals/group of individuals get the rest to rally behind their ideas … Continue reading #7 THE MEANING OF “RHETORIC”
It is fairly easy to set up a business in Mauritius. The procedures are pretty straightforward and a lot of things can be done online. Below is a compilation of best practices that I recommend based on what I know and have experienced.
The histogram is a basic, simple but very useful tool that can be accessed both on your camera or via the software you use for post-processing of images. It is essentially about exposure. A histogram can help identify if a picture is overexposed or underexposed. It's no longer a guesswork (or rather a more accurate guesswork). By using … Continue reading Photography #2: Understanding histogram
To describe someone as Machiavellic is in no way a compliment! Machiavellism is a term that originates from the Renaissance era and has since been used extensively in a negative way, especially in politics.
These past few days two major alarms were set off. One by Mathy Vanhoef who demonstrated how basically every wifi-enabled device could be compromised and second one concerns Adobe's infamous flash software. A bit earlier this year we had the infamous WannaCry ransomware attack. But these are just the tip of the iceberg, the ones that are … Continue reading Let’s talk online security
A Saturday morning, I woke to find a butterfly in my room. Strangely the windows were still closed so I assume the butterfly spent the night in my room itself.