Macro at Windsor Nature Park

Dear friends, in the article, I like to share some pictures that I shot during a morning macro photography session at Windsor Nature Park. This park is Singapore's 6th public park, which opened in 2017. There are currently more than 300 parks and 4 nature reserves.

Located off Venus Drive at the Upper Thomson area, Windsor Nature Park is a 75-hectare green buffer for the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This venue is excellent for insects macros,...

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Chillout at Seletar Fishing Village

Dear friends, with Cv-19 disrupting our travel plans, more people are seeking out 'exotic' locations in Singapore, for recreational activities like photography, cycling, picnics or simply to chill out. I am sure many of you would have seen postings on the social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, showing this gorgeous location at Yishun Dam. Why not visit and chill out at Seletar Fishing Village, Singapore's last fishing village.

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Blue Hour at Marina Bay

Dear friends, many of you should have heard of blue or golden hour photography. I like to touch on the blue hour, which arrives shortly after sunset when the sun's position is just below the horizon and produces those cooler tones. But it doesn't span an hour, it lasts only about 20-30min. In Singapore, our sunset is around 6.50 pm, so the blue hour lasts about 7 pm - 7.30 pm. In this article, like to share some pictures shot during the blue hour at Marina Bay....

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Wildlife Photography @ Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve

In Singapore highly urbanised landscape, Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is the ideal location for visitors looking to connect with nature and photographers looking to shoot wildlife photography. Designated an Asean Heritage Park in 2003, this 202 hectare reserve located in the north-western region is a key stop-over point for migratory birds from as far as Siberia on their way to Australia to escape the winter months.

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Singapore Airshow 2020, Asia’s Largest Airshow.

Finally, for aviation enthusiasts, the much-anticipated 7th edition of the Singapore Airshow 2020 is just around the corner. This aviation event is organised and managed by Experia Events and touted as Asia’s largest and one of the most important aerospace and defence exhibitions in the world. This year edition is understandably affected by the evolving novel corona-virus, with several exhibitors and aerial teams pulling out due to safety concerns. But the...

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Thermal Gliding in Canberra

Adventure Activities Canberra Region Australia

Australia has always been one of the world's powerhouses for exciting activities that adrenaline junkies swear by - skydiving, shark diving, kite surfing, hang gliding, bungee jumping, just to name a few. Coming from a tiny highly urbanised country like Singapore, the opportunity to enjoy thermal gliding is non-existent as huge tracts of land and airspace with the right conditions are required.

Being an aerial enthusiast when I was an avid aeromodeler during my teens, the dream to sail the...

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Tips on Flying Drone in the Maldives

Some useful tips droning in the Maldives

Some useful tips for droning in the Maldives

In this short article, I would like to share some practical tips about drone photography in the Maldives. The gorgeous seascape and immense beauty of the oceanic location make drone photography and videography a compelling endeavour. Droning opens up angles of view not available to eye level photography. With a well-made drone, you are like an eagle in skies, taking in the bird's eyes view of the paradise.

Question: Is...

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Panning

Singapore Travel Blogger Photographer Jetblogger Jensen Chua Sharing Panning Techniques

Panning technique in photography refers to the usage of a slow shutter speed and swinging motion of the camera to follow or track the motion of a moving object.  Because the camera is moved to track at the same speed as the moving subject, the subject appears sharp while the background and its details appear in motion in the photo, although it's essentially stationary.

Panning is one of the most invaluable techniques that a photographer can have , especially those doing sports photography,...

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Macro Photography

Singapore Travel Blogger Photographer Sharing Photography Tips Macro Insect

Macro photography invariably involves close up. Usually they are small, intricate and thus require added attention to technique and details. As in all fields of photography, usage of the appropriate equipment is necessary to achieve the best results, this may includes a 1:1 macro lens which is designed for life-sized close-ups. You will also find other tools useful, like a tripod, ring-light and a...

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Food

Learn basic good food photography techniques

Food photography is arguably one of the most challenging types of photography out there. Like painting, you start with a blank canvas and build. Layer upon layer, you build up the photo until you achieve the ideal balance of reality and form. This article focuses on basic food photography with natural light and basic 'everyday' setting.

Tips to take note of :

Less is more

Avoid going for the "helicopter" effect by cramping all the...

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