Category: Photography

Soul of Seoul

Soul of Seoul

Shot with iPhone 5. Wish I have a better camera with me though.

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35 Magnum Photographers Give Their Advice to Aspiring Photographers

35 Magnum Photographers Give Their Advice to Aspiring Photographers

Bill Reeves, a passionate photographer who is fortunate enough to have Magnum photographers Eli Reed and Paolo Pellegrin as his mentors, told me about a blog post that Magnum had a while back regarding advice to young photographers. It was put together by Alec Soth, who has done a series of fascinating projects such as his most popular, “Sleeping by […]

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10 Tips to Improve Your Food Photography

10 Tips to Improve Your Food Photography

Have you ever tried shooting food? If you have, then you know how hard this can be. There are so many things you have to think about while making sure your food looks as fresh as it can be at the same time. Here is a beginner’s guide to help you get the food shots you’ve always wanted. Read the […]

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Bicycles in a Lombok Village

Bicycles in a Lombok Village

Although the villagers are poor and many men have to go away to Malaysia’s oil palm plantations to toil for years to support their families, somehow every kid seems to have his or her own bicycle. They don’t have much but rejoice in the little that they have.

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Random Singapore

Random Singapore

Random photos around Singapore. As the saying goes, the best camera is the one in your pocket. Most photos are taken with iPhone 5.

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Lombok Village

Lombok Village

Recently, I spent 3 days in a weaving village in Lombok. The experience made me realise how fortunate Singaporeans are, as many men from the village have to leave home for years to work in Malaysia oil palm plantations. Then again, the kids are pretty contented with their life. Taken with iPhone 5.

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Tokyo to Osaka

Tokyo to Osaka

I was on a trip to Tokyo and Osaka in early June. The weather is still pretty nice since it is early Summer. Taken with iPhone 5.

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The Longest Way

The Longest Way

Christoph Rehage pined for some adventure and ended up walking through China – one year, more than 4500km. All the while, he let his hair and beard grow and made an amazing timelapse video while at it. thelongestway.com

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What Makes a Good Lens

What Makes a Good Lens

How can you tell if a lens is good? Malaysian photographer Ming Thein shares his thoughts in this in-depth discussion: Part 1 http://blog.mingthein.com/2014/03/13/what-makes-a-good-lens-part-i/ Part 2 http://blog.mingthein.com/2014/03/15/what-makes-a-good-lens-part-ii/

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Creating Dynamic Landscape Photographs

Join professional landscape photographer and author, Tim Cooper, for an information packed Lecture on Landscape Photography organised by B & H. Tim explains how to capture both dramatic and quiet landscape photographs using proper light and good technique.

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