I’m soon off for the second lecture of the photography course I’m taking. It’s an evening class, which it good because it gives me a great excuse to bust out from work at a reasonable hour. The course is being held by the local photographers club and the lecturer is a professional photographer. That of course is a plus since a gardener probably wouldn’t have been an ideal photography lecturer.

Now, I’m not so sure about this guy either. He seems nervous, even though he has held the same class numerous times before. He also ends every other sentence with a chuckle, something that might turn into The Annoyance of the DayTM. We’ll see. I have no doubt that he knows his stuff, though, and I’m sure I can learn a lot from him.

The lecturer sends out a lot of e-mails and the last one was so long I stopped reading half way through. Probably not the actions of a good student, but that’s the way it happened. So it wasn’t until last night when I read the rest of the e-mail that I realized we were supposed to hand in a photo for today’s class. Whops.

Since we’re on the subject of photography, Apple just released a Aperture 2 and cut the price by $100. If I wait until Aperture 3, maybe it’ll be another $100 cheaper.


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