Playing UNO at home. Photos plus her own handwriting. She wrote it using the WACOM stylus and tablet.
Ola, have you seen those big 6×6 cm negatives lately? I shot this using the Rolleiflex 2.8F which I borrowed from a friend. I like the big negative. It doesn’t curl as much as the 35mm, and since I scan the entire negative by simply placing it on the scanner surface, this is a good
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
Hipstamatic shot on iPhone 4s of our reflection as the train passed by at the City Hall Train Station. The Hipstamatic combination used was John S lens and Blackey Supergrain film.
Leica M9 and Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 ASPH V2, shot at f/1.2 in front of 112 Katong Mall. Do they rhyme? 🙂 I tried to convert the original color version to black and white and I like both, so here it is the black and white version.
Here are my favourite and best iPhone photography / best instagram images .. so far. Camera phone still cannot beat its big brothers, like the DSLR or even some of the compacts. Maybe it never will, but who knows, technology will only get better. But for now, the convenience of having a good little camera
I still cannot do this until now. But my daughter was so determined that she kept trying for the past several months until finally, yesterday, when we attended the baptism of my friend’s baby at the church of St. Mary of the Angels, she showed me that she could blow the chewing gum’s bubble. I
10th Wedding Anniversary. Yes, my 10th!!! It’s 10 years and counting. Time does fly. I shot the above photo back in January this year and now I need to start looking for subjects to shoot for no. 11, 12. 13, 14, 15 … Just before I wrote this blog entry, I was thinking about something
They are not the sharpest photos I have ever taken, but I love the interaction between the two of them while sitting on the floor in our living room. No, they didn’t pose for me, in case you ask. This is one of those rare moments at home now when my daughter doesn’t complain and
The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing. This is my second photos slideshow from my Masakecil Photography. You can watch it on youtube site here. It’s a beautiful world with happy children and family around us. For those who missed the first one, you can watch it here.
Singapore Children and Family Photography by Hendra Lauw