•December 7, 2013 • Leave a Comment
WordPress.Com has served Caleb Cheong Photography really well in the last Four years since we started with the images at Le Bernardin.
Caleb Cheong Photography has decided to bring this webpage to new heights. This is the website for all new posts and updates. Contact Information has not changed.
WE’LL SEE YOU ON THE FLIP SIDE!!!! LATERS!!!!
•October 5, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Recently, I have been commissioned to do a family portrait of 4 families in addition to the Grandparents. The group of 18 were staying at the Hard Rock Hotel at the Resort World Sentosa Resort in Singapore. What was really amazing was that the duty manager at the hotel allowed us to use the stage where the band normally performs. So I mounted two flashes with light modifiers and did my photography. In Post Production, I applied my usual touches in what I would do for a Fine Art piece and this was what I produced. ENJOY!!!!
•September 30, 2013 • Leave a Comment
•August 9, 2013 • Leave a Comment
A few months back, I went to shoot some images to be entered into Capitaland Photography Competition. I got word this morning that this image which was shot with a Fisheye lens on my full frame DSLR will be displayed at the ION Orchard from the 16th August.
•July 17, 2013 • Leave a Comment
•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