Posts Tagged ‘landscape’
I have been extremely busy for the past few weeks and have not had the time to test out the various Photographers Toolkit Photoshop filters from PSKiss.
But enough of excuses.Read More
I just got news from the folks behind the popular PSKiss filters that a new product has been launched – the Photographers’ Toolkits.
In a nutshell, Photographers’ Toolkits are a set of filters that, depending on the genre of your phtography, enhances your photographs with little effort.
The video above shows you how to enhance your landscape photos with the Outdoor Toolkit.Read More
Ok not exactly the LAST shot but my last subject before I decided to pack up and leave Huangshan, China for good. I'll admit that I spent the most of my time taking tons of touristy photos. It was only on the day that I am leaving the place that I started revisiting places I found interesting. Only then, I started 'seeing'. Maybe this simply means that I need to go back Huangshan one more time. Huangshan, China 西海大峡谷 Hasselblad 501 CM 60mm f/3.5 CF Kenko 2X teleconvertor Ilford FP4 (ISO 125)Read More
Came back from my 'grad trip' to Huangshan, China and Hong Kong yesterday night. Here's some of my favorite photos from my Canon Powershot S95. Will post my film shots as soon as I get them back from fotohub. Can I also just add that I love my s95? Amazing digital camera that does all that's required of it.Read More
Last week, i finally had the chance to bring out the Mamiya 645 for a proper test shoot. It was also a good opportunity to try out the Kodak E100 VS slide film. I'm not sure if it is the Kodak slide film (Fuji was always the popular choice as far as i know) or the old scanner i bought. The resulting colors i got from this set of slides are not what i would have expect out of slide film. In any case, here are some photos i shot.Read More
As soon as I heard someone knock the door this morning, I knew my Mamiya Sekor-C 45mm f/2.8 has finally arrived.
Particularly pleased because I resisted buying from local shops. Instead, I gambled by buying it from eBay and saved 100 bucks.
Time to take it out for some landscape shoots. For those of you who don’t know, medium format 45mm is about 28mm in the world of 135mm photography. Read More
If you read my earlier tweets, then you would have seen this photo entry for the International Photography Awards 2010. First of all, congrats to Steffen Schragle for winning 1st place for Architecture: Bridges at the awards with his series of Train tracks. And yes these photos were taken at our very own Punggol, Singapore.Read More
This time, they are from the non-pro category:Read More
What better way to start off than sharing my own pic, which won an honorable mention? Muahahah. But no, my own works does not fall into my top favs unfortunately.Read More
Did not really take a lot of photos at the event. Nothing really to shout about to be honest. Interestingly, apart from my FYP photos, my portraits of WKWSCI's Kym Robin Campbell got shortlisted as finalist too.Read More