A mini review of the mini wonder, the Pentax Q system in 2019.
A discussion to further questions what makes the Fujifilm GFX100 unique and how takes it’s own place in the photography world.
One of the most informative hands-on review of the GFX100 with many image samples.
A 24 hour fling with the 2015 Sony RX1R II and comparisons of it against the 2019 Leica Q2
Is the Leica Q2’s 28mm focal length for portraits? Let us take a look in this visual review.
Proud to be sharing my hands-on review of the Leica Q2 , and with it 5 reasons why it is the camera to get and 2 reasons why it is a whisker short of perfection.
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, 1 lens. 1 story of renewed passion to tell. Ho Chi Minh City. the Local Commune’s HQ for EcoVietnam Our HQ Our beneficiary Sub-School B in […]
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, effectively motivate our students to learn, to have them thirst for learning. In the last decade some strategies (there’s too many to list) which I’ve […]
Sharing an user review of the Ricoh GR III and 5 compelling reasons for it in 2019.
Revisiting the once controversial Nikon Df again in 2019, in an attempt to see did Nikon fulfil their promise of a camera that stood up to their tag of ‘Pure Photography’.
Is the Fujifilm X-T3 and system of optics good enough for capturing the extreme fast paced action at an annual international car race event? Read on.
Good day! Fujifilm has today officially announced 2 new additions to their X-mount family and I am most proud to share my reviews on these two pint sized high performers at (click on the names): Review of the Fujifilm Fujion XF16mm f/2.8 | 5 reasons for the essential wide lens. Review of the Fujifilm X-T30 […]
A pictorial review of the Nikon 35Ti film with more samples that any other website you can ever find.
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.
A tradition that the whole family bunch takes an updated family portrait on an bi-annual basis.
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 heartfelt review of the Leica Q in 2018, is it still the perfect fixed lens camera?