Tag Archive: photography

SD: Oceanside Farmers’ Market with Sony’s WX9

Sony’s new WX9 auto-stiches panoramic photos After I got back from London, I almost immediately headed south to San Diego from L.A. It was a terrible drive. It should have taken me only… Continue reading

UK: Borough Market: Grilled Cheese & Burgers

I used to think one of the best farmers markets I’ve ever been to was the Ferry Building one in San Francisco though I do love them all. Borough Market in London is… Continue reading

Cell Phone Camera Blogging

One day I was caught without my camera. My brother and I were just at the gym and I wasn’t carrying my purse. I just had a cell phone, money and ID in… Continue reading

New Year, New Camera

In late 2009, I started this blog after months of deliberation. I had a food blog back in 2006 but it was mostly text and bare bones accounting of where I went and… Continue reading

Sightseeing Chicago

On my first trip to Chicago some six years back, I didn’t get a chance to do the really touristy stuff. On our first full day, we headed to Oak Park to check… Continue reading

Styling Food

At the end of August when Food Marathon and I hosted our Kosher Marathon Crawl along Pico, we remarked to each other how some businesses seemed stuck in time. The food could only… Continue reading

Musings on Food Photography

Yesterday, I heard about this great event, Phototasting at Checkers. I already have plans or else I would have tried to make it since lately I’ve been working on my food photography. Plus,… Continue reading

Company Kitchen and Pub in Las Vegas

Indulge me for a second while I walk down Memory Lane and get a post up with watermarked photos to see how I like them. My two friends and I needed a snack… Continue reading

Watermark or No Watermark

Pho at Treasure Island in Vegas In my ongoing quest to be an interesting and better blogger, I am having a watermark or no watermark debate. I don’t like it. I think it… Continue reading

The Lazy Ox

I love these giant lightbulbs at the Lazy Ox. When I first saw them, the artist designer in me was thrilled. I was equally happy the food matched the atmosphere. I first came… Continue reading