Bonjour tout le monde! I will keep this short and to the point – Starting Feb 8th, this blog hosted on WordPress.com, will only be accessible via the link https://aditto.wordpress.com and no longer be accessible via http://blog.aditto.info. Let me put it once more – you will reach my blog only via https://aditto.wordpress.com. It is too … More An update for my subscribers
On my last trip to Europe this summer, I got just one free weekend, unfortunately! To be able to spend that weekend well, I decided to venture out of Munich, instead of exploring the rest of Munich left over from the previous trip in winter. My options really were Zurich, Paris, Innsbruck, Prague and Budapest. … More A weekend in Prague, Czech Republic
Well well, I have been going around telling everyone that I need 8 days a week! And that is pretty much true. So let me explain. Basically, I need a 3 days weekend for myself. That is to do all the wonderful things that I really want to do on a weekend. One full day, … More Things to do?
Copenhagen gave me a great opportunity to visit another, and the largest of the Scandinavian countries – Sweden. Lying just across the Oresund strait in the Baltic Sea, Sweden is easily accessible by road and train from Copenhagen. It took me all but 30 minutes to land up in Sweden from my hotel in Copenhagen. … More Catching up with some mid day long shadows in Sweden
Wow, I cannot believe this is my first blog post in 2012! It has been a very very busy year so far! Lots of work, lots of activities, and more importantly, lots of travel…! After a relatively dry year 2011, the window of opportunity shined early in 2012… this one is the first in a … More Copenhagen, DK
Working with the tonal map of an image can do wonders to an image. What is normally visible to some extent by the human eye, is rarely visible on a computer screen or an LCD monitor. Camera sensors do capture to some extent good enough tonal range, but not as good as the human eye. … More #300 Exploring High Dynamic Range
Flashback: Click here to read circa 2008… Click here to read circa 2007… And this is for 2009… 1. What did you do in 2009 that you’d never done before? So much shopping? 2. Did you keep your new years resolutions, and will you make more for next? I dint have one but I will … More #277 circa 2009
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Yes I know it is totally lame to have just two posts in the last month, but here it is… The above wallpaper is for widescreen monitors (1280 x 800p). Those who wish for a regular (1024 x 768p) click here. You may find it sad, but that is how I am feeling right now~ … More #271 November 2009 Wallpaper
The human eye can see and realize more tones in a scene than any camera sensor or film. It is for this reason that many times a photograph captured by you may look far from what you actually saw it as and wanted to capture it as. This is truer in dark or insufficient lighting … More #266 First attempts at a fake HDR
Where are you – would be the most asked question by the handful of readers of the Integral. More than a month now that it has been since I last blogged anything. Well, I was busy blogging photos on my photoblog… http://photos.aditto.info But did I tell you about the new dSLR camera that I got? … More #263 कुठे आहेस? (Kuthe aahes?)
What blogging means to me and how relevant are my blog’s visitor’s to me… a look into blogging platforms and blog analytics. … More #259 What blogging means to me, and why my blog isn’t popular: A view through Blog Analytics
I could not attend Celine Dion’s concert at United Center Chicago last year in November. The concert was moved to December as it was clashing with Obama’s big night, the Victory Night Rally. I got free pass to attend the Victory Night rally that was attended by more than 125,000 people (CNN). It was wonderfully … More #254 Rahman’s mesmerising music overshadows terrible event management
So it was the oral examination… or the GRAND VIVA of all that I have learnt as a student of Electrical Engineering. Since the first semester, almost every semester we had a subject of the department where we had to attend a 3 hour lab per week. At the end of the lab course they … More #174 Grand Bhaiba