Archive for March, 2012

  1. 35. Explain to someone the principles of photography

    So after revising for myself the basic principles of photography, I related them to a friend of mine, who captured these masterpieces within the hour with her dad’s 60D and 50mm f/1.8.

  2. 34. Learn the principles of photography

    Complete! I actually knew a lot about the basics of photography, but it was really nice to just sit down, and understand how it all works from first principles on a blank piece of A4. This is me talking from my own personal understanding, and it is probably not 100% correct, but it works for […]

  3. 14. Settle on a time-management plan that works for me

    This is a big thing for me, as I always end up changing the way I organise my time. But I’ve finalised my workflow, and gotten into some decent habits that help me to organise my time better, and keep me on track with things that need to be done. I’ve broken it down into […]

  4. 12. Give a very well written speech

    I don’t really know if I can cross this off the 101 list, but the speech was well received, even if it wasn’t very well written. It was delivered last Tuesday at the SMA Sundowner, and I outlined a few things that were important to address as the President of SMA, and was hoping that […]