2017 Week 34 Architecture Gallery: Victoria Concert Hall, Old Parliament

It’s all architecture this time round, as we pay a visit to the Victoria Concert Hall and the neighbouring Old Parliament building. As the name implies, the VCH is a music concert venue in Singapore, and one of only two places in Singapore which is properly designed for the acoustics of musical instruments. Sure there are definitely other venues where you can hold a music concert. But there are only two places with a sound design which can satisfy discerning listeners of instrumental music.

Singapore 2017: Victoria Concert Hall Interior 5Singapore 2017: Victoria Concert Hall Interior Main Foyer
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2017 Week 33 Gallery: 4 For Street Photography

In a hot, sunny tropical afternoon, pedestrians walk beneath the shelter of concrete buildings to find respite from the blazing sun. Amid the shadows cast by the stone roof and pillars, strong rays of bright sunlight finds its way through to create an interplay of light and shadow with a pedestrian. For a brief moment the man steps into the light and turns his face towards it, as if acknowledging the wonder of the natural light among the man-made geometry.

Singapore 2017: Life Among Geometry 2Singapore 2017: Life Among Geometry 2

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Updates to my Guide To Nikon Capture NX-D

I have made a few updates to my Guide To Nikon Capture NX-D, which remains as the most viewed post of this little blog. I really didn’t think much about it when I wrote it, except that I felt that someone should write something about this much-maligned and underrated gem. This time, I made some amendments about recommendations for colour noise reduction and revised some grammar throughout the article to make some points clearer. -WY

2017 Week 31 Gallery 2: 3 More For The Food Collection

Black And White Seseme SeedsBlack And White Seseme Seeds
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Black and white sesame seeds in a black bowl. Condiments for an Asian meal. In this case – Korean. Blue and warm light is reflected within the bowl itself, injecting more aesthetic flavours to the simple black-and-white colour composition. Continue reading