•May 5, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Last weekend, ClubSnap organized a food photography outing at the Cathay Restaurant. Now y’all know how much I love food and photographing it. You can see my progression from Le Bernardin, The Eiffel Restaurant in Vegas are among some of my earlier attempts, but never have I really delved into photographing the subject. Now I am regretting that I should have made time for the food class as I was allowed to audit it. DARN IT!!! Well, these are my shots from my first attempt and so far from reviews from my peers they seem to be hungry and wish that they could just delve into the screen and eat it. Remember the scene from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Anyway, I shot it with my view camera with my DSLR attached to the back. I’m glad that I did this because I realized that I should have used some things and also should have used certain settings that would have made my images so much better.
•April 29, 2013 • Leave a Comment
•March 15, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I have known Melvyn Chow for a number of years as I was growing up in my church. And sometime late last year, during church breakfast I casually commented that David Chow is a really happy boy and most probably the happiest baby boy that I have met. Then, I casually took my camera out to take a few shots. On seeing those images, Dorothea casually asked me whether I do family portraits and of course I love doing that. And so the story continued from there. These are the images that I shot of them for the most part of the day. If you interested to find out more about me and what I do, don’t hesitate to contact me as my contact information is on the top of this page. Enjoy!!!
•January 14, 2013 • Leave a Comment
•December 17, 2012 • Leave a Comment
A good friend of mine is allowing me to use his D800E till the end of the year. So I guess I just had to take it out through its paces and also to test it out with a new lens that I had acquired recently. This is what I acquired from whatever amount of time I had put through it.
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•October 24, 2012 • Leave a Comment
A good friend of mine and his wife are about to leave for a overseas vacation in the coming weeks. Knowing of my background and experience, they asked me to teach them a basic course about how to take better pictures since they have bought a DSLR for that vacation. I decided to bring them to the Singapore Zoological Gardens as that is the place where the animals have taught me about posing, looking at the environment and waiting for the moment. I also included time in the workshop to help them to understand how to take photographs at night with and without a tripod. These are the photos that they came up with after 12 hours of instruction which are way better than what they would be capturing before they took my workshop. If you’re interested in taking up such a workshop, email me and I’ll get in touch with you on how I can impart my knowledge to the genre of photography that you might want to learn.
•October 2, 2012 • 1 Comment
NurJanna Ng was a fellow contestant in a Photography Reality Show called The Big Shot which is produced by MediaCorp Singapore. NurJanna and I were part of the show consists of 8 phototestants. During the competition, NurJanna invited everyone to her wedding that was held on the 29th September 2012. As this is a Malay wedding and most likely the first time I ever got invited to one, these are some of the images that I managed to capture during the time that I was there. Thanks Janna for the invite.