Category: Leica

The Great Ocean Road Drive

Just a week ago, I was a passenger in the car while Tony Marin drove almost 3 hours out of Melbourne to breathe in the fresh ocean air and visit some rocks the Twelve Apostles! I’ve heard so much about how beautiful and picturesque the Great Ocean Road is so you […]

Hello From Down Under

I’ve been in Melbourne for nearly a week now. I finally took a break from work and am enjoying every single day of it. I am very fortunate to be crashing at Tony Marin’s place. He is a photographer I met in Singapore and can really cook up […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background

  The real trouble with reality is that there is no background music I am going to continue my shameless promotion proud presentation of No Foreign Lands as one of the top 10 best photography blog for this year’s Singapore Blog Awards 2013! If you enjoy my images or my general ramblings on this […]

Lumen

It’s not what you see but what the light reveals.   In every colour, there’s the light The language of photography is light; it has been a little over a month and I love that my Leica ME is always with me to capture what the light reveals! […]

The Leica M-E & me

I was first introduced to the world of Leica’s M system; or rather thrown into it the sea with it via the Leica Akadamie Workshop by Mathias Heng last year. (In fact if anyone is interested, the same workshop by Mathias will be held pretty soon; details on the […]

Adventures of the Dan Tarts

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to work with the Leica X1 as I joined my partner in one of her school projects, documenting an unseen sight of Singapore. We went to a small fishing port somewhere in Seletar and met some friendly and not so […]

Joy Villa, Thorston Ovagaard, Leica, Jamie Chan, Singapore, Wedding Dress

Just another day not working

Just last week I had the opportunity to attend a one day workshop with Thorston Overgaard and worked with the Leica M-E, the Summarit 35mm F2.5 and tried out the new Summicron 50mm F2 Apo while I was at it! The workshop touched on the basics of photography and portraiture […]

Leica M9, Jamie Chan, Street Photography, No Foreign Lands, Singapore, Blogger, Travel

Off the Streets 4

Long post ahead! I had the opportunity to work with the Leica M9 and the Summarit 35mm F2.5 for the past two days and I have a love-hate ok mostly love relationship with it! For starters, I had never produced more ‘artistic images’ in such a short span of […]