Today, 30 June 2010 is the last day for the public voting for Singapore Blog Awards 2010. I would like to thank everyone who have voted for me for the Best Photography Blog category. A BIG THANK YOU to you all. I know some of you have also voted for me EVERYDAY and some of
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What are the family possessions that you treasure the most? It could be many things definitely and different families may have different things that they treasure the most. But have you thought about photographs as one of the most treasured family possessions too? I am sure many of you will say yes, but there could
I love to photograph at the traditional market wherever I go. That would be one of the locations I have in mind even prior to making the trip. So, next time you are on a trip overseas, don’t forget the traditional market. You will find a lot of subjects for you to photograph. Trust me.
“A snapshot steals life that it cannot return. A long exposure creates a form that never existed.” ~ Dieter Appelt One of my favorite photography quotes is about long exposure. People can argue whether or not they will call an image taken at a very slow shutter speed (long exposure) as photo or as an
Marina Bay, what a place to be in Singapore now. Beautiful location for night photography in Singapore. It has changed a lot and it has changed for the better since they started a number of constructions around the area which included the new Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino. Yes, the buildings in the above
I traveled to El Nido, Philippines in June 2007 with my family and few other friends. We left Manila early morning and took a small propeller aircraft, I believe it was an 18-seater, that brought us to El Nido, at the northern tip of Palawan island. The hotel where we stayed was another 1 hour
What to shoot in Singapore? Visiting Singapore and looking for photo spots?
Children is one of my favorite subjects. I have mentioned here earlier that I started photoblogging since my daughter was born in 2005. While it’s nice to have children posing for you and looking at the camera, you can also photograph them while they are not. Shoot them while they are playing, laughing, giggling, sleeping,
When I was asked to submit my profile photo for the Singapore Blog Awards 2010, I was searching high and low in my archive. I don’t have many photos of me as I am usually the one behind the camera. But I found this one that I like a lot. It was a photo of
I shot these dry rose’s leaves after they have been in my room for few weeks. The leaves had dried and the color had changed to light brown / a bit orange. I bumped up the contrast slightly during post processing to enhance the color. The background was just a plain white fabric and shot