Blogs

  1. Testing Lens Clarity

    03 Mar 2020
    One of the ways for me to test the clarity of a lens and its depth of field is by shooting black and white images like these to look at how much details and texture can be captured using a wide aperture settings. I chose plants, with details that are…

  2. Kota Kinabalu Sunset and Night Photography

    02 Mar 2020
    My interest in low light and night photography always sparks my curiosity to venture into the night to look for vantage point and location to capture nightscapes. I photograph nightscapes for personal projects as well as commission work.  Kota Kinabalu, also known as KK, was the latest addition to my…

  3. Chinese New Year Mood Around Chinatown

    06 Feb 2020
    Chinese New Year is just round the corner to welcome the Year of the Golden Rat. I went out and about to document the mood leading up to the New Year.  Chinatown in Singapore is extremely colourful at this time of the year, especially at night. As usual, the place…

  4. Deepavali Lights At Little India

    23 Oct 2019
    The Indian and Hindu communities in Singapore and worldwide will be celebrating Diwali or Deepavali this end of October. It is the Festival Of Lights. The colourful  Deepavali arch decoration along the Serangoon road is light up every night around 7 pm until midnight to celebrate the festival.  Little India…

  5. How To Photograph People In Their Environment?

    03 Sep 2019
    Photographing people in their environment is something we do quite often. Especially these days when everyone has a phone camera with them. Some phone cameras are as good as a point and shoot camera.  We want to capture people and the atmosphere of a place to tell a story. The…

  6. Punggol Beach In Singapore

    14 Apr 2019
    This is that part of Singapore that is away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in the northeast side of Singapore. The beach stretches along the Straits of Johor. It is an interesting site for landscape photography Part of the beach is covered with huge black boulders…

  7. How to photograph in bad weather?

    17 Dec 2018
    Bad weather is one of the challenges for travel photography. This is especially disappointing when you are travelling on vacation and you have only that one day to be at that  particular place.   So, don’t let bad weather stop you from photographing. Be creative. Here are some examples to create…

  8. Naran Tuul

    24 Jul 2018
    As a travel photographer, my interest includes sussing out places that locals go to. Naran Tuul is one of those places for me to delve into and find out what Mongolians trade in their daily marketplace.  This flea market is located in Ulaanbaatar, selling almost everything and anything, from exotic…

  9. National Naadam Festival 2018

    13 Jul 2018
    Opening ceremony of the National Naadam Festival in Ulaanbaatar on the morning of 11th July 2018. Naadam Festival is celebrated in summer throughout the country. This was one of the reasons for me to be in Mongolia this summer besides photographing deserts and mountains. I was scheduled to see the…

  10. Street Photography In Ulaanbaatar

    13 Jul 2018
    Capturing the atmosphere around Sükhbaatar Square on the 11th July which is also a public holiday for the National Naadam Festival. The square is one of the most vibrant spots in the city of Ulaanbaatar where events are held right in front of the Great Monghul Leaders monuments Read my…

  11. Tantric Buddhism In Bhutan

    28 Jun 2017
    I have witnessed Buddhism practices in many different forms, from Myanmar to Bhutan. Each country is predominantly Buddhist. There are some similarities in terms of spiritual dances, music instruments and the Buddha figures, yet some rituals and ceremony differs. Certain discoveries are startling yet interesting. These are images depicting Buddhism…

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