Category: Leica

International Festival Chorus, Back Stage, Rehearsal, Choir, Singapore, Jamie Chan

The Telephone Choir

This season, I was tasked to do head-shots of the choir committee. My ‘goal’ for head shots is to make my subject look confident and approachable and something that I picked up a while back is that telling someone to smile is not going to work. Neither is telling […]

Model, Singapore, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Photographer, Leica, APO Summicron, Flare

Tisha

I had the chance to work with Tisha recently as much as I rarely shoot fashion/ work with models. I know that in the fashion industry, most of the images are ‘photoshop-ed’ to smoothen the skin; enlarge the eyes and all things re-touchy. The industry is poisoning our […]

Little India, Deepavali, Lights, Woman, Jamie Chan, Festival, Leica, No Foreign Lands, Singapore, Travel Blogger

Deepavali in Little India

With Deepavali/ Diwali fast approaching, Little India has been transformed into a daily bazaar selling all kinds of trinkets and clothes. I took some time on Saturday to take a short stroll so here is a glimpse of the streets… Happy early Deepavali everyone! Bonus picture:

Bits from Down Under

The last 2 weeks was a crazy busy period for me and it is about to get even busier prepping for my group exhibition, going through folders of images and events on top of my day job… In the mean time, here are some of the last bit […]

Many Shades Of Blue

There is no blue without yellow and without orange. Vincent van Gogh While Singapore was suffering from the worst haze in history, I was in Australia enjoying the beautiful winter weather and everything blue. This really made me appreciate the beauty of nature and the air I breathe. I […]

Baybeats (2013) Part 2

I got back from Australia last week and the moment I landed, its been a whirlwind of back to back shooting; on the spot editing; mosh pits; crazy fans; amazing music and great company rolled up in one crazy weekend. This ladies and gentlemen is what is like to cover […]