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Bruneian Bsc Biological science undergraduate at UBD. 20. one out of the few millions who wish to see new things around the world. I'm dumping my travel photos randomly- whenever i feel like it. all photos are taken by myself unless noted otherwise.

I don't edit pictures. I don't even know how to. Sometimes i use the effects on my HTC though. My current camera is Olympus tough digital camera and also Sony. So sorry for the poor quality.

The current camera i use for all my photo during my recent trips are using Olympus TOUGH-6010. It can withstand force and can go underwater for 3m though i’ve never tried it. And its only 300bnd. I do have to admit, some of the photos taken so far are very clear and no i don’t edit them. It’s all as it was taken. NOT at night though or in places where there is light. I have to really hold it so the pics won’t go blur and the shutter is slow. That annoys me. And sometimes i use my sony digicam too. i’m slowly learning bits and pieces about taking clear and good photographs. But i really thought about buying a DSLR for myself. My aunt has got one and i really loved using it.

Took this pic (from the boat) of Borneo endemic and endangered species Nasalis larvatus during my recent field trip to Brunei river mangroves using my aunt’s D90 and 70-300mm lens. Really love how clear it can be.

Should i go for Nikon D90 or Canon 550?

Bedukang Island, Brunei. Taken 2010.
Part of my biology field trip to bedukang island mangroves in Brunei.

Bedukang Island, Brunei. Taken 2010.

Part of my biology field trip to bedukang island mangroves in Brunei.

Chasing dolphins at Lovina beach Bali. Taken June 2010.
Set out to sea before the sun rises on a small boat/sampans. Seeing these wild dolphins early in the morning is definitely a good day-starter. But be quick to press the camera shutter!

Chasing dolphins at Lovina beach Bali. Taken June 2010.

Set out to sea before the sun rises on a small boat/sampans. Seeing these wild dolphins early in the morning is definitely a good day-starter. But be quick to press the camera shutter!