Film has stolen my heart. I can’t bear to return back to my past - digital photography.
Despite the issue of cost, convenience and speed (mainly due to the shooting process and development), film records and reproduces a broader range of color. The color of digital photos (unless edited) just ain’t that vivid.
Would like to share with all of you the photos i’ve been taking ever since 2009.Looking back, I’m thankful for not passing out on the opportunity to pick up an old nikon SLR my dad bought ~10 years ago. I’ve discovered a whole new world :)
*Sunset at Marina Barrage, June 2009. It was my first time there. A family-friendly spot perfect for a picnic and time of kite flying. This was my first roll of film, a kodak slide film. This photo blew me away as I’ve never seen a digital photo with colors that brilliant.
*First lunch of 2010 with Roxane And Amelia at 15 Minutes, Lasalle. Once again, beautiful tone of colors.
*Brown roll from Simply Bread, 2010
*Tesla Coil experiment at the Science Centre, 2010
*Kki - Japanese inspired cakes with Shi Hui, 2010
*Perth City from Kings Park, 2010
*Shi Hui’s birthday celebration, 2010
*We got engaged, 2010 :)
*Char Siew Rice at Hong Kong, 2010
*Pre-wed shoot at Tiong Bahru, 2011
*Mandurah, Western Australia - Sweet Honey Trip, 2011
Our favorite couple - Roxane and Shawn! We love double dates, 2011
MAY FILM LIVE A VERY LONG LIFE <3
At first look, you might wonder what’s so special about these bags?
Looks pretty much like what you can get at most accessory or departmental stores.
But some of you will be surprised when you look inside (myself included)…
They’re camera bags with moore! Now photographers don’t need to sacrifice aesthetics for utility! :) Being a lover of photography and fashion, I can’t help but get excited over this new find. It’s quite pricey but I wouldn’t mind saving up for it. The designer of these bags is a professional photographer herself. So I’m sure she knows exactly what functions this bag should play! Do check it out, I believe the beauty in function and form makes it worth the buy :)
On a side note, I’ve learnt this: innovation happens best when we take the opportunity to solve the problems we see.