A quick post before I head out for lunch. Photos taken at the Sunday market in Whitefield, Bangalore, India, during my recent trip there. All shot with the M9 and 35mm Summarit f/2.5.
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Black and white photography always has its unique charm. Not much color distraction as there are only black, white and shades of gray. One of my favorite images from my recent trip to Bangalore, India. A relatively slow shutter speed of 1/25 sec was enough to blur the man walking in the foreground. The men
I love this photo for a simple reason that it has strong highlight and shadow. It also tells a story of two men engaged in a serious conversation. Look at the hand gesture of the man on the right. The man on the left was listening while seriously looking at his notebook. I saw these
One the first few things I learned when I started photography as a hobby almost ten years ago was to explore different angles when shooting (even only) one subject. These photos of the tomato man at Shivaji Nagar market in Bangalore were taken with Leica M9 and Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5 lens. I first saw
I experienced the great hospitality of India at the old Mysore Tobacco factory in Whitefield. Read more below. I always love shooting old buildings. This factory has long been closed down and it’s now being used as warehouses. I went inside the factory compound and asked a guy I met there if I could take
What to shoot in Singapore? How about the people playing chess in Chinatown, near the Kreta Ayer market? It’s fun to watch and it’s easy to shoot. Respect them though since they usually concentrate on their game very much, so don’t just keep shooting. Pause and watch them too. You can be very close to
This was shot in front of the entrance to the City Hall MRT Station. The guy was talking on his mobile phone while lighting his cigarette. Shot with Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit lens at ISO 2000 and f/2.8.
Window at Clarke Quay, shot with Panasonic GF1 and Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5.
This is probably what one would see and/or feel during and after the reverse bungee jumping at Clarke Quay. Has anyone of you tried that yet? Shot with Panasonic GF1 and Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5 lens. For more information on the reverse bungee jumping in Singapore, go here.
Shot with Panasonic GF1 with Leica 35mm Summarit f/2.5.
The two most commonly seen taxis in Singapore. The yellows and the blues. They belong to the same company, by the way. Shot at the junction of River Valley Road and Hill Street, in front of the building of 927 windows. People will know it as the building with the colorful windows. It’s the MICA