What to shoot in Singapore? How about the people playing chess in Chinatown, near the Kreta Ayer market? It’s fun to watch and it’s easy to shoot. Respect them though since they usually concentrate on their game very much, so don’t just keep shooting. Pause and watch them too. You can be very close to
Archives for May 2011
This was shot in front of the entrance to the City Hall MRT Station. The guy was talking on his mobile phone while lighting his cigarette. Shot with Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit lens at ISO 2000 and f/2.8.
The only thing your child ask from you is your TIME. They don’t care about money. They just want your TIME. My daughter asked me to go to Botanic Gardens with her this morning. She just wanted to have a picnic with me, she said. So, we went and spent about 3 hours there. We
I shot these images of Kuda Kepang or Kuda Lumping dance last Saturday when walking around the Joo Chiat road. I initially wanted to shoot some street photography around the area, but then stopped to watch this for almost an hour. It’s not just a dance, it’s a trance dance. The dancers were possessed and
If nothing changes, I will be back in India next month. The plan has been changed few times, so I believe it when I touch down in Bangalore next month. Not sure if I will have time to shoot, but I’ll see. Photos here were taken when I went to Bangalore in 2006. It will
I wanted to post something now but couldn’t images I like. So I decided to browse a book to see if it could give me an idea. I picked up the book above from my bookshelf and randomly flipped through the pages and guess what I saw …
This post will be a bit different from my other previous posts even though there are still photos. I am sick today and been on the bed almost the whole day. I probably got it from my wife who has been having bad cold for few days. My muscles and joints have been aching and
Joo Chiat Road is located in Katong area and it offers food, drink and entertainment with its restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and karaoke lounges you can find along it. It’s very lively at night when the place offers both the food for the stomach and the food for lonely souls. You know what I mean.
Window at Clarke Quay, shot with Panasonic GF1 and Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5.