Melbourne has some incredible weather in which the sky turns incredibly blue.
It is quite hard to describe this blue as we don’t really get this sky over at Singapore and to wake up to this blue sky is absolutely breathtaking.
I visited the Great Ocean Road last year and really enjoyed the ocean spray that threatened to induce hyperthermia while I was at the shoreline.
I went back again this year and the beauty of the ocean never fails to amaze me.
To make things sweeter, I finally photographed a waterfall…
An object of beauty and or desire? The Leica X2. This is one of my favourite image when I did a series of images of Leica cameras. The setup for the shoot was extremely very simple and my favourite part comes when I tell people that I shot […]
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! […]
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 […]
Most of our lives aren’t that exciting, but the drama is still going on in the small details. – David Byrne I’m a little late for this week’s challenge >.< Its been crazy busy at my workplace given that the Leica M Type 240 started shipping and half the […]
Hey everyone! I am so sorry I have not been blogging as much>.< I was really overwhelmed with work and life in general the moment the new year began. I promised that my new website will be up soon and am so excited about it. Unfortunately due to certain […]
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 […]