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, I arrived at the lookout point near the Mrs Macquarie’s Chair with the light in […]
Month: July 2010
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 paired with my Panasonic Lumix LX3. It often lets me take pictures which are otherwise […]
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 inside my capsule.
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 studio lighting, but it’s still pretty darn amazing what the iPhone can do.
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 brought just my trusty Panasonic Lumix LX3 camera and the equally trusty GorillaPod. Mounted the […]