I’ll admit it, I still have a ton of stuff stashed away at my parents’ house. Boxes of stuffed animals, old mixed tapes, my favorite movies on VHS – even a stray fanny pack or two. I have tried to clean out some of these things, but it’s so hard to part with, or find somewhere else to store these memories from my childhood. But during one of these purges, I did find a bucket full of stamps. Rubber stamps. As in the kind you use with ink pads.
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Yes, I’m currently in Las Vegas. It’s not my favorite place, but I’m here for the WPPI conference. Which I want to talk about, but first, I really want to talk about my meal at a local Japanese restaurant called Raku. I know, there are many photography-related things for me to get excited about while I’m here, but I had such a satisfying meal that I kind of feel compelled to talk about it. It’s embarrassing, but I was one of those people taking photos of each dish that came out – you might find me on that blog Pictures of Asians Taking Pictures of Food. At least I was just using my iPhone (of course I have done this with my 5D and 24-70 lens and mortified everyone I was eating with).
This weekend, we finally started going through old photo equipment in our effort to declutter. In late 2010, I upgraded to the Canon 5D MII and since then, have hardly looked at my old Canon 30D body and EFS lenses. On to bigger and better, right?
As many of you probably know, I’ve spent the last year traveling. Against all instincts from my Asian upbringing, I left my stable job at a big-name company and hit the road, finding myself in places like Italy, Vietnam, and New Zealand. During this time, I’ve been asked how I travel with my photo equipment. So here’s how I travel:
- With a nice bag to transport my equipment.
- With a ghetto bag for everyday use.
I’m excited to announce the launch of my new website (including the blog) under the new branding of Endpin Photo!
A big thank you to Kyle Wai Lin for his slick work on the new logo. If you guys are looking for a graphic designer, check him out. Not only is he good at what he does, but he’s just a genuinely nice guy.
And of course, thank you to my husband, who has put countless hours into customizing this site to make it look just the way I asked.