At home I would spend between 10-15 hour day hunching my back working on my laptop (and sometimes I like have the telly switched on) mostly doing research, editing photos on Photoshop, answering to never ending emails which takes up most of the day, check live feeds on social media platforms, upload snaps on Instagram and if I needed a break I play Candy Crush on my phone, currently stuck at level 70 for 2 weeks. At night before tucking into bed I catch up on previous nights Korean drama or variety entertainment programme on live stream sites, so I pretty much surrounded by technology and knotted cables on day to day basis, my body is literally given a daily treat of harmful rays.
My daily gadget essentials:
Canon EOS 5D MK2, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 lens: This breaking bad-ass dslr can do serious damage to your neck and shoulder…aloha pinch nerves! Mostly used for work, sometimes leisure, hoping to upgrade the lens to vainy Canon 50mm L f/1.2 or not the so vainy Canon 50mm f/1.4. Awaiting for my new baby Olympus Stylus 1 to arrive soon!
Acer Iconia A1 tablet: I’m not a regular tablet user but this one is great for travel, checking emails, social media, and surfing the web. A decent size tablet slips perfectly in your handbag, retails at £150, I kid you not it’s a pretty good deal. Do check Acer tablet reviews for in depth user reviews and specs.
Samsung Galaxy S4 and Zoom: I’m not one of the normal ones that carries 2 mobile devices in my handbag, they’re just too good to use! I use the Zoom to snap pictures where ever I go, have you seen the shots I took in North Cyprus? Yes THAT.
Anker battery charger: My phone’s life support machine.
Apple iPod and Frends headphones: For public transport use and to look cool in.
Apple Macbook Pro 15″ and Bamboo A5 graphic pad: Bought in 2009, the old lady survived its first near death experience last autumn, all internal replaced and upgraded by this amazing tech-wiz guy in Hackney, and it’s home to all my post-production work, business and leisurely stuff. I use Bamboo graphic pad for the usual retouching work…..that expensive little buggar.