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’ve been blogging for almost 7 years now and it is interesting to see how I changed my writing style; way of shooting and as a person.
No Foreign Lands gets a new theme today and it is kind of amazing to look back and reflect for a bit.
Read on to find out what No Foreign Lands used to look like…
I have not been blogging much for the past couple of weeks as I’ve been everywhere. Quite literally. From assisting with photo workshops, curating works, mummy’s day out, travelling from Singapore to Shanghai, back to Singapore and travelling again the very next day; I am currently settled in Melbourne. I made a […]
If you are still having doubts about prime lenses or want to learn more about them, photojournalist Edwin Koo is holding a SONY workshop on why fixed lenses are better!
World Press Photo 2013 Exhibition 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 […]