If you’re a Potterhead like me, and you turned 11 without getting your Hogwarts acceptance letter, I feel for you. I can remember vividly when I turned 11 and got nothing. Of course, people would say Hogwarts isn’t real. But like what Dumbledore said, “Of course it is happening inside your head, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?”
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Hello everyone! In this blog, I’m going to review the Kindle Paperwhite from Amazon. This is my first ever e-book reader, and I just got it today. I ordered it from Souq.com, as I am from Saudi Arabia and Amazon doesn’t ship here (sad life).
Figured that it would look more convincing if shot on eye-level. Now it looks like everything is just sitting on a table.
I am promising myself as well to take more miniature photos from different places, because the view from here is umay.
The wonders of DSLR cameras still amaze me. Gone were the days when people would have to wait for a couple of minutes to snap their black & white photo taken, get it developed in weeks, and hang it on their walls.
I like miniature photography. It’s like having new toys in photos. It’s like visually travelling to childhood — when everything small was considered a toy, and it’s not a camera if it doesn’t flash.
I never thought I’d ever venture into film making.
This film is entitled “Papa” by Flying Solo Productions (basically only me), and set in a little town. Our professor kept on reminding us that a film must have a “what if” logic in them. I figured, if worded properly, all ideas and concepts certainly will have a “what if” logic.
Truth be told, I had fun making this despite the fact that I work alone. I would like to thank everyone who tolerated my amateur skills in film-making. This is the first, and hopefully the worst.
I should level up or something.