Day: 6 Nov, 2014

I Made It!!!

I‘m stoked beyond belief that my article has made it to the IFB Weekly Round-Up.  Woooooo and a-hoooooo 🙂 mine’s the 6th from the bottom and here’s a shortcut to reading what I wrote about the Project Runway Korina vs Char fracas. Do let me know what you thought of the entire drama in the Comments section, I’d love to hear from you. Cents & Sensibility Now that Halloween is over, and we’re in full holiday mode, we can all relax a little. Who are we kidding? There is so much to do! Well, even when the “to do” lists grow longer than Santa’s naughty list, we can still at least look put together. This week we take a look at the sensible side of fashion. What do we really want to wear? Links à la Mode: November 6th Attire Club: 6 Ways to Maintain Your Shoes in The Winter Burgundy Whispers: Night Chic Chic & Defined: Airpot Chic Elisfa: Mary Katranzou x Addidas Fashionopolis: My Body, My Rules, #ButtOut High Heels in the Wilderness: …

Hello, It’s TS Chang

The world of photography has undergone numerous transitions in just the last 50 years. Cameras, on the other hand, have their rich history dating back even further.  As a product of the 70s and 80s, I’ve witnessed many monumental changes in photographic technology, all paving the way to the digital culture we now live in. From the iconic Hasselblad to the then-revolutionary instant camera (the world remembers it fondly as Polaroids), to the Super Kodak Six-20 Pack of 1938 and the Topcon RE Super of 1962.  Progress did not stop there. While he was certainly not the first to do so, cartoonist Berkeley Breathed took the best stab at bringing the future of photography into sharp focus when he tackled the subject in an installment of his “Outland” comic strip published in the early 1990s. It’s no secret the humble point and shoot contraption has been, for the most part, replaced with the iPhone.  Since it first burst onto the scene in 2007, the smartphone’s photo-taking capabilities have advanced in leaps and bounds.  Completely transforming …