Part of Exploring Singapore and her precious little heritage, we look at the famed Dragon Playground at Toa Payoh today with Kei and Lynn and share a bit of its story.
The Leica M rangefinder has for decades seen as the epitome street photography tool even today in an abundance of tech. We will discuss the reasons why in this article. Look forward to many samples from the M10 and 35mm FLE setup.
A mini photography series on how Singaporean life goes on post-Covid lockdown in the neighborhood at night with the Fujifilm X-Pro3. A Kodak Portra simulation was used for all the images.
[Updated Daily] With Singapore going into a partial lockdown from 8 April to 1 June 2020 in an attempt to mitigate the spread COVID-19, I have decided to look forward and see this as an opportunity to rediscover and reconnect with maybe the essentials. To be updated on a daily basis, all photos shot with Leica M10, Fujifilm X-Pro3 and an iPhone 11 Pro.
Every self respecting photographer will probably hit a plateau where we feel there is a gap in our vision, and we seek to overcome it. Today’s article discusses this.
A random short story on a 3 year old’s search for a camera bag and how the 300 year old brand Faure Le Page stepped in to fulfil this seemingly crazy request.
Is the Leica Q2’s 28mm focal length for portraits? Let us take a look in this visual review.
5 days 4 nights. 30 students from Singapore 1 agricultural commune in Tra Vinh, Vietnam 3 days of lessons on STEM (Science Tech Engineering Math) to inspire and educate. 1 camera, … Continue reading Education the enabler | a visual documentary with the Fujifilm X-T3 in Vietnam
As a Secondary school teacher (handling students from the age of 12 to 16), a sort of ‘holy grail’ that we have always pondered on is how can we truly, … Continue reading Motivations to learn in Singapore | Perspectives of a Secondary School teacher
As with all things in life that we invest in, whether it is our careers, our children, pets, a cause or even a belief – satisfaction is always around the corner if we are willing to take a step back and appreciate what we have.
Probably the very late new year post since the first days of 2019 was marked with stays in the hospital but here’s my take on what should we hold most dear for a meaningful life.
Saying goodbye to 2018, learning to care less about the unworthy and here’s hoping that 2019 be a kinder year to you and everyone 🙂
I wish you the most important gift that any of us can gift, time with loved ones!
The reasons why I still insist on carrying a camera in a world now full of DSLR killing mobile phones.
Nowadays we just seem to be always in the chase for the happiness that’s elusive, that is abstract.
Some personal thoughts about learning in the Singapore educational system.
A self discussion on the concept of Happiness in today’s world and finding it.
A short review of the Fujifilm Provia 100F Slide film on the Leica M6 with lots of samples.
Sharing the best way to get a person to learn a new skill.
A sharing on letting your young toddlers share your camera equipment.