Sunday, November 29, 2009
Again, this is one of my best night photography and I really love this one. The size is large with very low noise and I frame it in a very simple and clear manner as my own style. The image is best viewed in full zoom and perfect for desktop background if you like it.
The picture was taken on June 2006 at Singapore river side, which is already three years old photograph. Taken with a point and shoot digital camera, Casio, supported by a tripod with 15 seconds of shutter speed. As you can see this one is far more better than some of my other photos taken with my favorite Rebel XSi. Tripod is a must for night photography. :)
It was named "Singapore River" with great historical importance but in fact it is much more smaller than some of the large streams in Myanmar(Burma). The Singapore River flows from Central Region in the southern part of Singapore before emptying into the ocean. As the Central Area is treated as a central business district, nearly all land surrounding it is commercial. There are about 90 rivers in Singapore and it is the place where Raffles made as the 1st trading port in Singapore. The Singapore River is the most famous river in Singapore.
Of course, the atmosphere is made beautiful as most of the places in Singapore and when come to photography, this is one of the hot spots for every one who love to take photograph.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Harbor front is located at southern path of Singapore, within the Bukit Merah Planning area and also gateway to Sentosa.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
But, in Singapore it disappears behind the high rise, also commonly referred to as "sunset". Whatever, it is sunset. :) Singapore sunset.
This scene is photographed today, on the 24th of November, Singapore near Sembawang Shopping Center or SSC.
Monday, November 23, 2009
Singapore offer many beautiful landscape with great architectural site, photographers could create landscape photography, nature photography and Architectural photography.
Especially for those architectural photographers, could photograph the entire views of the exteriors and interiors of domestic, commercial, religious, institutional, and engineering structures.
But, be prepared!!!
You may be questioned while capturing images in Singapore. This is my personal experience while I am playing with my camera at one of the train station. However, I enjoy taking pictures.
And lastly for this post, I would greatly appreciate and warmly welcome any of your comments on my pictures. Thank you. :)
Monday, November 16, 2009
Photography is fun, rewarding and enjoyably. I love photography specially sunset and sunrise. This picture was taken in January 2009 at Pyay, lower Myanmar.