Posts Tagged ‘portrait’
Over the weekend I received a piece of good news.
The portrait that I took of Sharon, a Salsa dancer and instructor based in Australia, will be exhibited as part of Noise Singapore.Read More
I normally would reject such work from other people but since he's a friend and got my studio/camera rental costs all covered I told myself "why not"?Read More
Took me a long while to do up this post but here goes...
I've been photographing Salsa dancers since 2009 and have always wanted to present a proper body of work (including one ballet set!).
Well, the time is now!Read More
I may be tired but I am buzzing with excitement.
You don't many chances to do a photoshoot with some of the best Latin dancers in Singapore, let alone doing it with a Hasselblad H4D-40 and the Profoto Pro-8 (10 flashes per second, anyone?).Read More
A few months back, I agreed to help my juniors from Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information with their final-year project. What they are trying to do is produce a cook book with recipes coming from cancer survivors. The books are then sold off and the money will go to a charity organization of the choice. I can't remember the specific organization though.Read More
UNFORTUNATELY... I realize that i had flatten the image so i cannot show a step-by-step. Therefore i can only show the original version and list down the steps.Read More
This time, they are from the non-pro category:Read More