I was stuck with no umbrella at the junction of Stamford Road and North Bridge Road when the rain was pouring few mornings ago. I stood and watched people crossed and ran, hoping that one kind soul would offer to share his/her umbrella with me to cross the road. While waiting, I snapped some photos
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Finally, some shots from my Canon DSLR here. I still use my DSLR for all my paid jobs over at Masakecil but I know lately, for my personal works, I have “slowed” down myself by using manual cameras, rangefinder and film. But, my DSLR is here to stay. 🙂 I was at Orchard Road last
I loaded a roll of black and white Kodak TMax 400 film into my Sprocket Rocket lomo camera about 2 months ago when I was in Bandung. Didn’t finish it until last week when I brought it to Geylang Serai at night. In between I shot few images in Bugis and City Hall areas. I
Shooting action at low shutter speed can add a sense of movement in the recorded images. The above photo was shot at 1/4 sec. Depending on the lighting condition, generally you can get low shutter speed by using low ISO and small aperture. It was almost 10pm at Geylang Serai when I shot this rituals
Voigtlander Bessa R3A and Nokton 35mm f/1.2 ASPH V2 and Kodak TMax 400 film. Have a great weekend everyone. For me, I will plan to finish my last two rolls of 120 film today and tomorrow.
The third image of my “I am watching you” series. This one was shot using Canon Canonet QL17 FIII on Kodak Portra 400 color film. This version of Canonet has 40mm f/1.7 lens. The entire frame of the negative was scanned using Epson 2450 scanner. If you miss the first two images, here they are:
A little different from what I have been posting lately, here are some shots of nature taken back in 2010 with my Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8 IS Macro. All of them were taken at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Have you slowed down and watch the beauty of creation around you lately?
The Boss at Geylang Serai Night Market, shot with Leica M9 and Zeiss Planar ZM 50mm at f/2. Here is another one without the two ladies in the foreground.
“I love you honey!” “I promise that I will always be with you.” (“hihihi … promise?”) Leica M9 and Zeiss ZM 50mm f/2 lens.
Shot at night in a dark alley between Arab Street and Haji Lane with Canon P and 35mm LTM f/2 on black white Kodak TMax 400. Here is another “I am watching you” image.
Shot with Canon P and 35mm f/2 LTM as part of my darkroom processing lesson. I was looking for shadows and highlights when I was shooting these. Film used was the black and white Kodak TMax 400. Enjoy the rest of the photos below.