Monthly Archives: July 2010

Making the Best of the Situation

Sometimes, when you arrive at a location to shoot something, you find that the light isn’t right, or some other things can go wrong. For example, when I joined a city tour of Sydney when I was there years ago, … Continue reading




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Featured in Joby’s Blog!

What a pleasant surprise when I saw @jobyinc‘s status update on Twitter that one of my pics from a recent trip have been featured in their latest blog post. I’ve always found the GorillaPod Original to be extremely useful when … Continue reading




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Singapore Flyer

This is actually an old shot. Was at the Singapore Flyer (currently the world’s tallest observation wheel) to take a ride, but due to the rain earlier, the lighting was drab and uninteresting. That is until I saw this from … Continue reading




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It’s Not the Camera

We all have heard of the oft-mentioned “It’s not the camera, it’s the photographer”. Here’s Lee Morris from Fstoppers.com doing an entire shot using just an iPhone 3GS mounted on a tripod. Granted, he has several thousand dollars worth of … Continue reading




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Short Trip to Kuala Lumpur

Went for a short trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia over the weekend with a few colleagues. Didn’t shoot much as we are mostly indoors shopping, eating, playing card games, drinking and watching TV. As it’s only a short trip, I … Continue reading




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