Archive | July, 2010

Time Lapse: Samsung’s Human Torch

. . Daytime Torch – ### –

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Parades and the celebrations surrounding Singapore’s NDP2010

  PARADES are magical to young and old and from my experience living in other countries and watching parades I admire the enthusiasm andway that Singapore goes about organising and developing their parade. If you’ve lived in the USA or Canada you know that most parades take on the streets where police simply cordon off […]

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Video: Time lapse of a sunrise at Marina Bay with the Merlion

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Drive Me Crazy – Episode 3

  THE EPISODIAL creation of Drive Me Crazy is not an easy task and as such may not be as frequent or structured in the publication. I still have hours of footage that I haven’t viewed but I do know that I’ve got on file two obvious red light runners, I wouldn’t say they tried […]

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3, 2, 1…Action!

  I DON’T normally shoot action subjects or sports but today I had a little inspiration to shoot something different. I did have some encouragement because with my 70-200 I am sometimes just a little too out of reach for a nice full frame. After reading a variety of reviews and write-ups on the Internet about […]

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Photos Of The Month: June 2010 (Last Pic)

Photos Of The Month: June 2010

INSTEAD of having too many individual photographs listed on the blog post I’ve taken a collage approach. The collage is created using the software called, PhotoScape V3.5. It is freeware and it just makes life easier by drag and drop with fixed template sizes and designs. I used to create them by hand myself using […]

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Not put off by the weather

    THIS MORNING I woke up early to see if I could get down to Marina Bay to catch the sunrise and perhaps do a timelapse shoot. However, as you can see from the photograph, the weather was far from ideal for a sunrise shoot. Not to be detered by the weather I soldiered […]

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Mattias Captiviated Audience

MOPA (Month Of Photography Asia) featuring Mattias Klum

I LOVE listen to the life stories of other photographers. There’s plenty of opportunity this month, the Month of Photography Asia (MOPA). A National Geographic photographer, Mattias Klum has an exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum and I relished the opportunity to sit, listen and watch him speak. I must thank Mohd Hisham and the kind folks […]

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