I saw this old coffee shop at 114 Jalan Besar when I was walking around the Bugis / Rochor / Jalan Besar areas on Thursday. I went in to order a cup of hot tea with milk that cost S$0.80, sat down and started to guess how long it has been in business. But, this
Shot with Fuji X-T1 and Helios 44-2 lens at f/2. Saw this man enjoying his Tiger Beer at one of the coffee shops in Katong, Singapore. That’s his second bottle.
Using just the fishing line rolled on a piece of bamboo on his left hand, this little boy was trying to catch some fish at Pandawa beach, Bali. Throwing and pulling many times. He just kept trying. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 everyone! Keep going! Don’t give up on your dream! Image was shot with Sony A7
I always love the feeling of shooting with manual lenses. This series was shot with a Zeiss ZM 50mm f/2 lens on Olympus Micro FourThird E-P3. I do not want the background, hence aperture was set at the maximum, f/2, and ISO was set to 2000 for me to get a shutter speed of 1/100
To all the fathers out there and those who have left us, Happy Father’s Day. Your love, discipline, patient, spoken and unspoken wisdom and sacrifice have made us a better person today. Thank you. “Sherman made the terrible discovery that men make about their fathers sooner or later… that the man before him was not
Images shot two weeks ago in Joo Chiat. The morning low angle sunlight created nice shadow and highlight effect on the shop door and the cyclists. Shot with Olympus E-P3 and Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.7.
All images were shot with Olympus E-P3 and Olympus Zuiko 45mm f/1.8 lens.
I have found where the ‘fairies’ live. They do have wings and they fly from one flower to another. They seem to enjoy every single moment. All shot with Olympus E-P3 and Olympus Zuiko 45mm f/1.8. Enjoy watching the ‘fairies’.
For the past three years, I have found myself drawn to old cameras. There is something about them that is timeless. Maybe the style, the shape or the sound of the shutter curtain. Or maybe it’s just me who is bored of the current modern styles and just want to go back to basics. Though
I have been shooting leaf since probably as long as I started photography about ten years ago. There is something about leaf that always attracts me to it. Maybe the colors, the textures, patterns, lines, etc. My 8 year old daughter and I spent some time shooting leaf this afternoon. She used my old Panasonic