2018 Stockholm: Cyclist In Winter Morning
You would have thought that with a flight that lasts more than 16 hours, I would have gotten more pictures from Sweden. But I was here for work, not leisure. I also needed to leave as early as possible. Suffice to say I had very little leisure time, but did manage to snag one nice little photographic souvenir from this place. Certainly one of my most satisfying image.
Singapore 2013: Quiet Foggy City Afternoon
It’s about time I start updating my gallery of street photography images. Digging through my archives, it is interesting to see how my shooting style has changed over the years. I also realize that my own opinions about what makes a street photography image good has also changed over the years as I gained more exposure and experience. Some images which I thought were unique and gained a lot of “likes” now look cliché and boring to me. I also noticed that my images actually had more variety back when I was still using a kit zoom lens. My technique may have improved today, but I seem to have less compositional and subject diversity than I used to get compared to when I was using a zoom lens. Time to rethink what is really the best focal length for street photography? Continue reading “The Best Focal Length For Street Photography”
Nikon D610, 90mm, f/2.8, 1/1000, ISO 100
Singapore: The early funding leaders chose to create the concept of a “garden city”, planting lots of trees and vegetation throughout the country. A veritable concrete jungle – tropical trees and plants amongst dwellings of stone.
Singapore: One common comment I have heard from visitors to this country is how brightly lit this place is at night – not just the main city and shopping districts – but also residential towns and suburbs. I first reaction used to be “well it’s a small country to light up”. However a brightly-lit country really does contribute a lot to security and policing. Whoever was the person among the nations’s founding fathers that came to this realization and pushed for its implementation – that was a stroke of pragmatic genius. Definitely a tip that any country could adopt for its own.