As most of us do, we seek joy in life and the meaning of it and make a fine mess of finding it in the process….
The final instalment of my reviews on the Fujifilm X-H1.
Documenting my foot surgery process with a Fujifilm X100F
A sharing of the concept of themes in photography and how my theme of of [Siblings] came to fruition after 2 years.
3 Days 2 Nights. 8°C accompanied with a slight drizzle and bone biting winds 1 Body 1 lens 1 experience in Taipei City. the Soul of Taipei Season Hana. ƒ2.0, ISO100 Welcome ƒ3.2, ISO400 No one really sleeps here. ƒ2.2, ISO250 Tradition ƒ2.2, ISO1000 (Orderly)City ƒ2.8, ISO125 it starts to Glow ƒ2.8, ISO400 Journey to…
1 week with the Leica CL and T23 Summicron.
I guess one common thing some have with growing experience in our photography journeys is that we start to re-evaluate our wants, and at times reminiscence our past loves, even thinking: “what if we get together again? Will it be different this time round?” And fate be it, one fine day I chanced upon a…
One can see it either way, the recent resurgence of film and instax cameras because users have started to find themselves overwhelmed from feeding the relentless monster of social media or that social media apps like Instagram with its infinite number of filters have killed film for good. My take is the former. There were…
A review of the Amkov Kid’s creativity camera, the best so far I’ve managed to find for my toddlers.
Is Fujifilm ready for photographing wildlife? Its been 5 years since the announcement of the X-mount system and let us take a look now.
This blog was started in mid-Nov as a promise to myself to consolidate my photography equipment reviews and provide a platform for my musings (or naggings) Now in 2018, with a surprising viewership of approx 35,000+ until now I’m indeed very humbled and will endeavour to provide a good bit of cheer and read to…
A quick glimpse of the available fauna at Sungei Buloh Reserve in Singapore.
In our hyper-connected 24/7 world nowadays, society treads on, progress endures with a pace that is relentless no matter the cost or losses. From very young, one trait I realised about the Chinese culture is the sheer multitude of festivals and traditions available if one decides to be pious. I still recall my late grandfather’s insistence…
An interesting writeup on the behaviours of the gold-spotted mudskipper in Singapore.
Sharing the diversity of wildlife at Pasir Ris Park Singapore. All images shot with the Fujifilm X-T2 and XF100-400 lens.
A discussion on the most appropriate age to start photography for our dear children.
Sharing a new available method to fully protect camera equipment against scratches and water by I-Coat Nano Tech studio.
A sharing on methods and platforms to create a photo book in the most fuss free and simplest format.
Fujion GF45mm F2.8, the ‘everyday moments’ medium format?
a discussion on what may constitute taboos in photography, what are the lines to not cross or to cross.