I've a Samsung Galaxy Lite cell phone with Android OS. A mere ordinary gadget of modern times, if you ask me. It has most primitive 3MP snapper. However, it seems to be rather interesting toy. I am going to try and see if I can take pictures with it, process them exclusively in Photoscape and make them watchable in my blog. It is unlikely that they will be printable, but hopefully watchable on the net. Photoscape, by the way, is a very neat freeware image processing system.
The conclusion of this short yet most pleasant visit to Chicago area was a lovely walk across the Oak Park, IL. The weather was perfect, the light most cooperative.
I cannot possibly thank enough Mark Roberts, Christine Aguila and others who made this project happen. I cannot possibly even come close to thanking enough Bob and Lynn for their hospitality. And last but most definitely not least - I am very happy and honored to be a member of PDML - the most unique community on the web.
On the next day we had a wonderful and friendly PDML gathering visiting the Chicago Art Museum and Eggleston Exhibition therein. Afterward we went on to roam the Millennium park and happily taking pictures all over the place.
Luckily for us the Celtic Fest was taking place square in the Millennium park.
Boris Liberman is my name and I am a software engineer. You know, like that Dilbert fellow. I don't think I have any specific shooting preference, though I like to shoot nature, street life and I like to travel.
Greetings and welcome to my modest corner of the world wide web.
English is not my native language. Therefore if you spot a spelling mistake, an occurrence of wrong grammar, stylistics, etc, please let me know. I'd like to keep my blog tidy in that respect.