I went around to take some pictures in the Cal State Fullerton and Yorba Linda area to test out the Sigma 24-70mm 2.8 Art lens, which I had adapted onto my Panasonic GH4 w/ a Metabones Speedbooster. Most photos were taken with the Sigma, except the poppies and bee picture, which were taken with the […]
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Photos from Spring 2017
Dusk at Cal State Fullerton
With spring – and more daylight hours – coming, I decided to go out and take some pictures after work last week to get back in the photography groove. Photos in this photo set taken with a Panasonic GH4 camera with a Panasonic 14mm 2.5 lens and a Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens. By Tim Worden. Copyright […]
Photographing the golden hues of fall in Southern California.
Bill Nye “the Science Guy” Thursday night used his keynote address at Cal State Fullerton’s 11th annual math and science symposium to encourage college students to pursue innovation in engineering, space exploration and asteroid-defense strategies. This post will be updated.
CSUF handles fee backlash well, rightly wishes to improve its tech and classrooms The California State University has hit some hard times in the past few years, and various “student success” fees are only the most recent band aids proposed to fix a gaping hole of inadequate funds. But after several years of frustrating (2009 […]
Looking back, I have a lot to be thankful for this year. I wanted to use the new year to thank God and remember my top 5 2013 memories: 1. The Daily Titan Some of the best times of my life were spent up at College Park Room 670, the Daily Titan newsroom. I enjoyed […]
A year later, a robbery suspect who prompted an eight-hour lockdown remains at large — and unidentified It was a cloudy winter day, nearly the shortest day of the year, and students were busy preparing for the end of the semester. A few were even cramming for finals. That all changed shortly before 4 p.m. It’s […]
Victims and Orange County officials used a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs committee Monday at Cal State Fullerton to ask Chairman Ed Royce for more help fighting human trafficking. “Trafficking is a global problem, but unfortunately for us not a faraway problem,” Rep. Royce said. In the past two years, the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, […]
“Cal State Fullerton Email Policy” is a bill that was never meant to be. Its first public appearance, in a Sept. 5, 2002 Cal State Fullerton Academic Senate document, simply informs the senators that an email policy is being drafted. Its next appearance, two weeks later, however, foreshadows the bill’s muddled future: “The proposed e-mail (sic) […]