Disposable film camera

25 Part 2

It took me a while since March 2013 to shoot and finish the MooveMedia disposable camera. Just like the previous 2 cameras I used, I had no control over any of the settings. I didn’t even know what ASA I was at… But I loved those cameras as […]

2013 in Images

2013 was in no particular order… Choir madness with some 6 public performances this year! From singing to fine dining and to down under… A bit of bonding with the family… How could I forget meeting up with the ASEAN people? Selfies!!! 七転び八起き. Nana korobi ya oki is a Japanese […]

Thailand, Bangkok, Street Opera, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

From the streets of Bangkok

I was walking around Yaowarat; Bangkok’s Chinatown sometime last year when I chanced upon a street opera which was really interesting because both the audience and performers were Chinese. The stage was built in the middle of a construction ground and was quite literally in the middle of […]

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 […]

Bát Tràng Pottery Village, Hanoi, Vietnam, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

A Pink Merlion in Bát Tràng

The Bát Tràng pottery village is estimated to be 500 years old; one of the most ancient and popular village in Vietnam. Located about 13km north of Hanoi, it is situated in an area rich in clay that is very suitable for making fine ceramics. The word Bát means “bowl”while Tràng means “workshop” or […]

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 […]

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, Boats, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

7 wonders of Nature – Hạ Long Bay

Located northeast of Vietnam, Hạ long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an extremely popular travel destination that you should not miss while visiting Vietnam. The bay has a 120 kilometers long coastline and is about 1,553 square kilometers in size with 1969 islets. Featuring thousand of limestone karst […]