iPhone 4s does Kampong Glam in a panoramic format. Shot with an app called AutoStitch. The app allows you to take multiple images and then stitch them for you. A cool app if you like shooting panorama.
I brought the Fuji X100s out to shoot in Little India late last night and spent few hours there till past midnight. This time I set the camera to shoot in RAW + JPEG mode. All the images here are the JPEG files, straight out of the camera. No post-processing other than resizing them for web
I rented the newly released Fuji X100s last weekend and had only few hours to play with it. But, that’s enough!!! Enough for me to rent it again today! Will play with it again some more. For those who are interested in renting camera and lenses in Singapore, visit this Camera Rental Centre near Clarke
I had no idea that where I stood when I took the photo above, one evening in December 2005, would become a shopping mall, hotel and one of the two Singapore’s first casinos. Slightly more than a year after I took this photo, the construction started in February 2007 and the rest is history. From
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
Lately, one of my favorite camera apps on iPhone, the 645Pro, has seen a lot of clicks from me in both color and black and white modes. I love it’s H5 black and white mode that has good contrast and nice grain for low light images. All the black and white images here were shot
From the same roll as the one in the previous post, this was also shot late at night near the Lasalle University. Camera: Minolta CLE Lens: Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm f/2 Film: black and white Kodak TMax 400 The negative film was scanned using SilverFast 8 on Epson 2450.
Camera: Minolta CLE Lens: Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm f/2 Film: black and white Kodak TMax 400 Shot at night, wide open at f/2. Exposed to the highlight on the ground which gave me a shutter speed of 1/30 sec if I remember correctly. Have a blessed weekend, everyone.
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
Night Photography using iPhone at Joo Chiat. iPhone can’t beat the DSLR yet in term of quality and control, especially for shooting at night, but hey, iPhone photography is about having fun taking pictures with all its limitation. So, keep shooting and enjoy the rest of the weekend. In case you missed it, I shot
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.