I had a chance to try out McDonald’s new Satay Burger Feast, a special menu for the upcoming National Day in Singapore.
Also, it is confirmed with chop that I am a Singaporean.
Read on to find out why…
For this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, I picked an image I shot a while back ago with a compact camera; the Fuji X10.
I love how the silhouette of the people walking acts as a contrast and human element to the flood of light.
Count the shadows.
For god’s sake, remember. If you want to live, count the shadows.
Just a stone throw away from Fullerton Hotel in Singapore stands the Merlion spitting water. It is an exciting encounter for tourists who finally come face to face with the famed imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. It is also one […]
Dubbed the Oscars of photojournalism, the winners of the 56th World Press Photo Contest were announced on 15 February 2013. Out of 103.481 submitted pictures taken by 5,666 photographers from 124 nationalities 154 winning photos were selected taken by 54 photographers representing 33 nationalities. The exhibition has visited nearly a hundred cities […]
Thaipusam happens on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai. On this day, thousands of Hindu Devotees honors Murugan, the son of Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this day, Parvati presented a spear to Murugan to vanquish an evil demon and combat its […]
I shoot gigs like once a year during Baybeats. But for this guy? Any day. call me maybe?
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 […]
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 […]
A person can grow only as much as his horizon allows. John Powell What will you create today?