Punggol in color
I’ve been photographing a lot in black and white lately so I decided to pop a roll of Ektar 100 into my Hasselblad instead.
Got to say that it remains my default choice of film when it comes to shooting landscape. Though not as vivid as slide film like the Fuji Velvia 50, the Ektar 100 is in a class of it’s own when it comes to color negative.
I spotted a mini-quarry of sorts at Punggol Promenade. It is not visible to the public because you have to walk into the barren area in order to spot it.
Once again, wordpress has failed me badly with poor reproduction of the colors in my photographs.
It was not easy to get this shot though. My feet sank 30cm into soft mud prior to this shot. Thanks to that my $60 Hush Puppies leather slippers were totally destroyed.
Last but not least, I am attempting to kickstart a new project, when I photograph the development of my new home, Punggol Ridges. The BTO is set to complete in 2015 and I am trying to photograph the location once every month.
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