The Daily Shoot #682 – A yummy part of one of your meals today, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Make a photograph of a yummy part of one of your meals today. Part of my evening meal. Rice and kimchi.
The Daily Shoot #ds679 – Something mundane and ordinary, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make an interesting photograph of something mundane and ordinary today. A translucent inflatable rubber ball held up to a light.
A Storify review of Week 6 & Week 7 of the EpCop Case written by Detective Ryan Peterovski. “ Just finished taking to Korea’s #1 general surgeon about process of gathering evidence to support diagnosis. Will edit, translate, upload! DetRyanPeterovs September 13, 2011 “ I’ve been reflecting on the evidence I’ve gathered for RPL & the #EpCop Case http://t.co/26qz6lpx DetRyanPeterovs September 16, 2011 “ I’m home from the country field trip, but something isn’t right at my hotel room! #EpCoP DetRyanPeterovs September 22, 2011 “ Agents! It’s the end of…
The Daily Shoot #676 – Construction, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Construction seems to be perpetual: streets, sidewalks, buildings. Make a photo of something under construction today.
Arriving at his hotel room after his field trip in the country, Detective Peterovski discovers that his room has been ransacked by his arch-enemy RPL. That’s not all that’s waiting for the detective. This is the final installment of Detective Peterovski’s video reports for the EpCoP Case investigation. Thanks for watching.
The Daily Shoot #675 – Make a photo that has vivid colours today, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Bright, vivid colours can draw attention and add ‘pop’ to a photo. Make a photo that has vivid colours today.
The Daily Shoot #ds674 – The idea of connection, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photograph that illustrates the idea of connection. Shopping trolleys outside the Home Plus at Centum City in Busan, South Korea.
On his way home from a field trip in the countryside of South Korea, Detective Peterovski takes some time to reflect on the evidence he has gathered on RPL for the EpCoP Case. The case is looking rather grim and it looks like the detective won’t be able to catch RPL and wrap up the investigation before his retirement on the 30th September 2011.
Sometimes when you’re trying to solve a problem it can feel like there’s no possible resolution. It may seem obvious, but talking to someone who has experience in solving problems can often help you identify your own resolution. They may not even work in the same profession or industry as you. At first glance it may seem they won’t be able to help you solve your problem, but if you get the opportunity to talk to them you may find their approach to solving problems can be applied to your…
I recorded this DS106 video field report while skating around the Centum City precinct. The Centum City precinct is located in Haeundae, Busan, South Korea. This field report was recorded just after I had finished skating alongside the Suyeong river.
I recorded this DS106 field report while skating alongside the Suyeong river in Busan, South Korea. This is the first ds106 field report where I’ve made use of video. Unlike my previous field reports where sound or what I’m hearing has been the focus. Here the visual or what I’m seeing is the focus of the field report. The start of this field report was recorded just near the location of my Gwangan Bridge and I’PARK field report.
A field report containing distant ambient traffic sounds from the Gwangan Bridge recorded from the vantage point of a small waterfront quay in Gwangan, Busan, South Korea.
A homesick Detective Peterovki calls home to talk to his wife about the EpCoP Case and what he can do with himself once he’s retired. Detective Peterovski has a hunch, there’s always something to be investigated. Once you’ve closed a case, it doesn’t always remain closed. Sometimes another case will open.
It’s quite common in South Korea for fresh fruit and vegetable merchants to drive around suburban streets in their mini-trucks spruiking their wares over a loudspeaker. This is the sound of a merchant who specialises in peaches.
With his retirement looming on the 30th September and criminal mastermind RPL still on the run, Detective Peterovski reflects on his learning experiences over the last 35 days of the EpCop Case and what he has to do to bring RPL to justice.
The Daily Shoot #ds569 – What’s it like outside?, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. What’s it like outside where you are today? Make a photograph that shows the world. Apartments in Namchondong, Busan, South Korea.
A Storify review of Week 5 of the EpCop Case written by Detective Ryan Peterovski. “ Peterovski Reporting for duty! http://t.co/O6hnCAa The new lead in the #EpCop Case has taken me to Sth Korea DetRyanPeterovs August 30, 2011 “ A report from Gwangan http://t.co/O6hnCAa #EpCop DetRyanPeterovs August 30, 2011 “ I’m on the road for the #EpCoP Case http://t.co/NuBUdWS DetRyanPeterovs August 30, 2011 “ I try to seek enlightenment and look for new directions in the #EpCoP Case http://t.co/ZetPqB0 DetRyanPeterovs August 30, 2011 http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F22559731 “ The #EpCoP Case so far……
It’s the end of the fifth week of the EpCoP Case and Detective Peterovski has been struck down by a mystery illness. The mystery illness has made the detective bed-ridden for the last two days. Reporting from his sick bed in a hotel room in Busan, South Korea, the detective talks about his condition and the status of the investigation. You can track the progress of the investigation in South Korea via the detective’s Location of the last known sighting of Richard Paddy Lawrence (RPL) map.
Early morning Gwangan bridge, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Early morning photo of the Gwangan bridge and highrise apartments.