A still life photo of a bacang, bought this morning for our breakfast. Same setup as the previous shot of the turnip in my living room natural light studio. Read more about bacang here. I am loving this home project. Easy to set up, easy to shoot, and I get to eat them afterward. 🙂
Will this still life photo of a jicama or Mexican turnip also sell for a $1,000,000? Kevin Abosch is such a lucky guy. 🙂 I bought this jicama or Mexican turnip at a local wet market this morning after my breakfast there. As many of us do these days, we photograph our food before we
His name is A.J Surazi. He was born in Indragiri, Sumatera, Indonesia, 76 years ago and migrated to Singapore at the age of 12. He is my stranger no. 28.
His name is Md. Basheer and he is my stranger no. 27. Mr. Basheer is a retired photographer who shot interior design and food during his 40 year career shooting for magazines in Singapore. He is now driving a taxi but still teach photography sometimes. Mr. Basheer has six children and seven grandchildren. He was
His name is Diego Resurreccion and he is my stranger no. 26. I met Diego on board the Star Virgo cruise ship couple months ago. He is from Makati, the Philippines and works as a chef at the ship’s Taverna restaurant. This friendly guy told me that his work arrangement is 10 months on board
It’s been a while since the last time I used my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS, so when I saw the clear night sky and the almost full moon, I decided to use it to shoot some silhouettes of the branches and leaves against the moon. Even with the addition of 1.4X tele-converter and the 1.3x
I met these two lovely ladies when they sat down along the Bali Lane, viewing the photos they took using a Leica digital compact camera. Vera (left) and Kiki (right) are studying in Singapore. They are both from Zhejiang province in China. Kiki said she got that Leica camera from her dad. They are my
This cool gentleman is Craig. He has lived in Singapore for about 32 years now. He was originally from the southern part of New Zealand. He and his son own and run a barber shop and tattoo parlor called Hounds of the Baskerville in Bali Lane, near Bugis. He is my stranger no. 24. When
His name is Darren and he is my stranger no. 23. Darren is from Singapore and works in a shop called KIN (Know It Nothing), a multi label boutique in Haji Lane. KIN is selling mainly men’s clothing. When I met him, he was having a break sitting on a bench in front of the
Stranger no. 22 is Yok Chiang and Sok Hui. They are both university students in and from Singapore. They are friends of Gyllan, the stranger no. 21. Yock Chiang (left) was doing some street photography when I met her in Haji Lane on 15th June 2013.
I am starting a new photography project, a film photography project. I call it “The Unexpected”. How? I will shoot a roll of film, either color or black and white, and when all the 36 frames have been used, I will rewind the film and load it again into the camera and shoot something else