Last Thursday, Rei and I had Theo, Kath and Richard over for dinner. It was super awesome because Theo was down and not working / shacked up with a boyfriend (so we never see her) for once. Theo spends most of her time at St Andrew’s in Scotland or in her native Greece, so it was an occasion to celebrate. Then someone discovered the fish-eye lens and that was the end of that.
Theo and Rich.
Rei and Kath on the balcony.
Me with alien lights.
Les macarons. If you're ever looking for a sweet treat that's just enough, try these melt-in-your-mouth macarons from Cassis in Gardens Centre. Truly - they must be tasted to be believed.
Posted in Cape Town, my real life
Tagged cassis, dessert, dinner, fish-eye lens, garden's centre, katherine kelly, macarons, my branded life, reijer van der vlugt, richard martin, theoni photopoulos
my mom, bless her, brought me a bag filled with all my dad’s old Ricoh camera equipment on monday. Rei spent a good part of an evening cleaning it all up (dust and damp had all done some damage) and while the camera doesn’t seem to have survived, some of the lenses definitely have, including the fish-eye. and what do you know, it works with the digital. LOVE AND JOY>
Rei cleaning it all up.
Can't wait to play more, y'ulle. Gonna fish-eye EVERYTHING.
i is copywriter
i is love Lomo camera because
Lomo let me be visually cleative
without having to dO
me love Lomo
Next me buy fish-eye lens Lomo
even though art director boyfriends scorns it
Art Directors – they love HOLGAS
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Tagged advertising, art director, boyfriend, cheesy, copywriters love lomos, creatives, cybersampler, fish-eye lens, lomo, my branded life, photography, reijer, visual cliche