Category: Photo Essay

Ha Noi, Travel, Vietnam, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blog

Hà Nội

I just got back from a madcap week of traveling and I have so many stories to tell. I’ll start with the most recent one of Hanoi(: I was there for a short holiday and met up with the Philippines and Vietnamese delegates from the ASEAN Youth Cultural Camp. For once, […]

Mamiya 645, Jamie Chan, Street Photography, No Foreign Lands, Blogger, Singapore, Travel

Off The Streets 3

New images from the streets! This post was supposed to be out last week but guess who got inundated in work everyday T_T In any case, I made time and managed to once again walk around with the Mamiya 645AF3 and Phase One P30+ back. I am pretty surprised that […]

Mamiya, Medium Format, Street Photography, Jamie Chan, Blogger, Black and white

Off the Streets 2

Before I start, I’ll just like to wish Singapore a Happy Birthday(: I decided against editing images today and went out for a short walk on the streets before my next shoot. I played with the Mamiya 645AF3 and the Phase One P30+ digital back while I was […]

Jamie Chan, Street Photography, Visual Storyteller, No Foreign Lands, Singapore, Barber

A Curious Find

I was teaching in Joo Chiat today. The topic was environmental portraitures and I swear to god the sun was out to give me and my students heat stroke while we were looking for subjects. It was then when I came across one of the most interesting barber shop […]

Inch Chua, Baybeats, Jamie Chan, Esplanade

The Baybeats Experience

As mentioned in my previous post, I am part of the Budding Photographers program organized by Esplanade. Random thought: every time I tell someone I am a part of the ‘Budding’ Photographers program, I keep thinking that my body would spontaneously sprout flowers :3 In any case under […]

YFest, Esplanade, Dance photography, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Singapore

The Poetry of Movements

This is a way overdue post which sat in my drafts since…>.> I’ve been so extremely busy but I’ll chitchat later. On to the post(: What is the world without music? We are exposed to music everywhere we go and I simply cannot fathom a world without music. Dance […]