I was just browsing some of my old photos when I found these photos. It’s a series of images of my daughter doing her first flip over on June 2, 2005. She flipped over from her back to her tummy. I was lucky that I was with my camera then. They were shot with my
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I shot these images at night in Little India using the Canon P rangefinder camera and Canon 35mm f/2 LTM lens. The film was the black and white Kodak Tri-X 400. Canon P is a fully mechanical rangefinder camera. No battery needed to operate the camera. This makes metering a little tricky. But if you
The guy was in pain as the Chopstick man was giving him the treatment on his leg. His expression says it all. Shot with Canon P and Canon 35mm f/2 LTM lens on Kodak Tri-X 400 black and white film. I cropped it to have a square format.
Durian seller at night near Bencoleen street. Shot with Minolta CLE and Minolta Rokkor 40mm f/2 on Kodak TMax 400 black and white film. Cropped to have a square format.
Some of the Singapore diminishing trades are shown in the images here. All these were shot with the 645Pro app on iPhone 4s using the H5 black and white setting. The first trade above is the roadside cobbler. It was shot in Chinatown. You can still find quite a lot of roadside cobblers around Singapore,
These images were shot in a small village off the highway from Ajmer to Jaipur, Rajashtan, India last year. All were shot with Leica M9 and Voigtlander Color Skopar Classic 35mm f/2.5, except for the last one. These people were very friendly, inviting me and my friend for afternoon chai and I was free to
Lately, one of my favorite camera apps on iPhone, the 645Pro, has seen a lot of clicks from me in both color and black and white modes. I love it’s H5 black and white mode that has good contrast and nice grain for low light images. All the black and white images here were shot