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Singapore 2016: Blue From Orchard Road

Good weather is difficult to come by. So we try to make the best use of every moment where there is a genuinely blue sky. Have you ever noticed most pictures of buildings on the internet has a blown-out sky and background, like there is a nuclear blast happening somewhere at the back of the subject? 😛

Singapore 2016: Orchard GatewaySingapore 2016: Orchard Gateway
Nikon D610, 27mm, f/5.6, 1/400, ISO 100

The sky is somewhat less blue for this, though the building is another matter. 🙂

The next image however – say hello to true blue skies!

Singapore 2016: Orchard Central Rooftop GardenSingapore 2016: Orchard Central Rooftop Garden
Nikon D610, 18mm, f/8, 1/200, ISO 100

Maybe I’ll do something different in the next post. – WY

Photo Album 2016 Week 2: From Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport

It was not a leisure trip. Just a business trip with some unfortunate long periods of waiting between transits. Throw in a 3-hour plane delay and I found myself waiting in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport for nearly 6 hours. Ouch!

Man Waiting At Airport Viewing LoungeWaiting At The Airport Viewing Gallery
Nikon D610, 28mm, f/8, 1/50, ISO 100

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Review: Migration To Windows 10 For Photography

While watching some online photography videos, I noticed that several photographers are still running Windows 7 even though the Windows 8 travesty has been officially buried by Windows 10, which has been available as a free upgrade for a while. Perhaps they are wary of the compatibility and stability of their post-processing software in the new operating system, so caution is chosen as the best course of action.

It could be sheer recklessness. It could be healthy confidence after hearing all the success stories from other users. It could be just stupid curiosity. At any rate, with an unexpected dose of bravery and nonchalance, I upgraded my PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
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