It’s been a while since I went out shooting just for myself. I felt the urge yesterday and decided to go to Little India at midnight to shoot. It was quiet. Some have gone to sleep on a concrete bench near Desker Road. He is probably homeless. Some were still happily playing carrom. And for
These backstage shots of the Chinese Opera were taken about two months ago in Little India during the hungry ghost month. I was allowed access to the backstage by the kind lady who prepared herself to go on stage. What a joy! All shots with Leica M9 and Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm f/2. Enjoy the photos.
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
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.
These images were shot in a small village off the highway from Ajmer to Jaipur, Rajashtan, India last year. All were shot with Leica M9 and Voigtlander Color Skopar Classic 35mm f/2.5, except for the last one. These people were very friendly, inviting me and my friend for afternoon chai and I was free to
Binondo or the Chinatown of Manila is very lively at night, especially the streets near the Binondo church. You will find calesas (horse carriage), decorated pedicabs and jeepneys, food vendors selling varieties of snacks on the streets and even a roadside karaoke station. I was shooting with my Leica M9 and Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2
A little boy needs daddy For many, many things; Like holding him high off the ground Where the sunlight sings! Like being the deep music That tells him all is right When he awakens frantic with The terrors of the night. Like being the great mountain That rises in his heart And shows him how
pacifier |ˈpasəˌfīər| noun a rubber or plastic nipple for a baby to suck on. But hey, this is 2012. How many times have you seen or experienced yourself, that what it takes to pacify a baby or a little kid is a mobile phone? 🙂 By the way, you probably can’t see it clearly, but
My friends and I took the midnight train from Agra to Lucknow in India when we were there October last year. We started the trip from Agra Cantonment Railway Station, which is the main train station in the city of Agra. We arrived early and I had a couple of hours to walk around the
People of Kishangarh, Rajashtan, photographed with Leica M9 and Voigtlander Color Skopar Classic 35mm f/2.5, except the last one, which was shot using Olympus E-P3 and 12mm f/2 lens. I stayed one night in Pushkar during my trip to India in October last year. My friend and I went out in the morning to Kishangarh,