Subjects for simple photography are everywhere. Go down on your knees. Bring yourself to the same eye-level of the subjects. You will see something good. Just LOOK and SEE. They were both shot with Micro Four Third camera, Panasonic GF1 with 20mm f/1.7 pancake lens.
Archives for April 2011
This is probably what one would see and/or feel during and after the reverse bungee jumping at Clarke Quay. Has anyone of you tried that yet? Shot with Panasonic GF1 and Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5 lens. For more information on the reverse bungee jumping in Singapore, go here.
Shot with Panasonic GF1 with Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5.
The two most commonly seen taxis in Singapore. The yellows and the blues. They belong to the same company, by the way. Shot at the junction of River Valley Road and Hill Street, in front of the building of 927 windows. People will know it as the building with the colorful windows. It’s the MICA
I told you I am in the mood for photoblogging. Three posts within 2 hours. I took a half day leave today and went to Haji Lane with my wife after sending our daughter to school. We stopped by at Pluck to have iced coffee and ice cream to cool ourselves. It was a hot
I shot these when my daughter and I went for a date to IKEA in late February this year. A date started with ice cream and a walk around the IKEA floors and then ended with chicken wings and iced lemon tea. They were shot using Panasonic GF1 and 20mm f/1.7 pancake lens at f/1.7 and
Fresh, after the rain. Images of leaves taken after the rain using Panasonic GF1 and 20mm f/1.7 pancake lens. All shot at f/1.7 and ISO 100.
All these leaves had fallen and died. They are no longer in their glorious color of bright green. They are now brown, torn, curled and soon they will be decomposed. But they are always remembered as the vital plant organ responsible for the process of photosynthesis. The process that produces food for the plant and
As mentioned in my previous post, I took my Panasonic GF1 and Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4 for a walk in Kampong Glam. Actually I spent most of the time only along the Haji Lane, so this set of photos only covers a small portion of what you can shoot in Kampong Glam. The Nokton is
All shots with Micro Four Thirds camera, Panasonic GF1 and Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4 lens. Manual focusing with this lens on GF1 is challenging. Stretching your arms out so you can see the image on the LCD when focusing will cause you to be unstable. Hence, I really hope that GF3 will have a built-in
Street photography is fun in Ho Chi Minh City. It has lots of space for people to go on foot and it’s safe. Though I wasn’t able to explore many places in Ho Chi Minh City, my wife and I had a great time. I will let the photos speak for themselves, so enjoy. And