I consider myself a techie, a person who is either an expert in or enthusiastic about technology. Well, I’m more of the latter; technology excites me but I’m no expert. I can very seldom afford them, but I look forward to new gadgets even when it usually means I can only read about them.
Now that I’ve decided to be more serious about blogging, I intend to equip myself with what I consider the tools of the trade. I have my laptop and desktop so I’ve got writing blog posts covered; the only struggle is in coming up with things and enough time to write. My main concern, for now, is the regularity of my posts.
However, I understand that while I get by using other people’s photos (making sure to acknowledge where I got them) this has to change pretty soon. Aside from sharing my experiences as a budding baker, I plan to help promote Zamboanga City to prospective domestic and foreign tourists. Good pictures will entice readers to come visit and I want to use my own photos to achieve that.
Hence, I have compiled a list of the gadgets that I would like to own this year. Read on to know about them.
A DSLR Camera
First up would be a Nikon D3300 DSLR camera with which I will take breathtaking photos of historical landmarks and other places of interest that would make you want to hop on the next plane and fly to Zamboanga City. Because really, there are so much more about Zamboanga City than what you see in the news and I’m practically dying to share all of them to you!
A Camera Lens
I want to post about my baking skills and I want your mouths to salivate as you look at photos of cakes and cupcakes that I make for my family. Ergo, I want to learn food photography and I was told a 50mm f/1.8G camera lens would be a nifty tool to have in my arsenal.
A Good USB Microphone
I don’t need this one as much as the other two, but it made the list because I would like to talk to you from time to time about life in Zamboanga City. Or maybe just rant.
Admittedly, it would take me a while (maybe forever) to cough up enough cash to buy them (I still refuse to get a credit card). However, I believe keeping this list will help keep me motivated to continue my 52-Week Money Challenge.