This is a continuation of our visit to explore the innards of the Capitol Theatre of Singapore. You can read the first part of the writeup here. On one of the visits we decided to venture backstage, which was accessible via a door from the outside of the building. Nothing much to see here, apart […]
After I chanced upon the interior of the Capitol Theatre sometime ago, I decided to revisit it to see if I can get more shots of the interior. This time round, I got Gilbert and Boon Hwee along and we visited it another 3-4 times, each time covering a different section of what was the […]
Ok, not quite moonrise, but I was kind of surprised to still see the moon at 10:05am. Against the blue skies (rare in Singapore), it makes a good backdrop for the dome of the old Supreme Court of Singapore.
We all know that we can use a Neutral Density (ND) filter to slow down the shutter speeds to get really smooth water when shooting waterfalls, or to smooth out the ripples on the water surface, something like this:- During our recent morning shoot, Jed taught us another technique we can use. This involves taking […]
I am never quite a early morning person, but my friend Jed who came over to visit wanted to do a nice skyline shot after I showed him what I got earlier this year. From past experience, the best time to get a good skyline shot with near-perfect reflections is in the early morning. Besides, […]