Photographing at minus 10 Degrees Celsius in Seoul, South Korea

We travelled to Seoul, South Korea, during last Christmas. Coming from tropical Singapore at 30+ degrees celsius throughout the year, it was freezing cold in Seoul at minus 10 to 15 degrees (the coldest ever experienced in my lifetime). Still, it somehow never snowed while we were there, though (my son was disappointed at not Read more

Take Three Vastly Different Photos of a Same View Using Different Strengths of Neutral Density Filters

Since my purchase of 10 stop neutral density (ND) filter , I’ve been trying to shoot three vastly different photos of a same view at blue hour, using 10 stop, 6 stop and 3 stop ND filters. I used to focus on capturing only one long exposure shot at the prime time of blue hour Read more

One View with Two Different Takes: In-focus and Out-of-focus Cityscapes with Bokeh Lights

A few months ago, I published a post titled Photographing Out-of-focus Blue Hour Cityscapes with Bokeh Lights, and I’m back here with more of those fascinating out-of-focus photos PLUS in-focus photos photographed together. If you’re a regular visitor of my Tumblr , you may be aware that I’ve been hooked on out-of-focus cityscapes with bokeh Read more

Shooting Singapore CBD with Dan

Back in April, my friend Daniel (Daniel E Lee Photography ) from Sydney came to Singapore for a short trip, and we went shooting together at my favourite Esplanade area! I met him on Tumblr a few years ago (I don’t remember how it started exactly) and we have been speaking a lot using Tumblr Read more

“Blue Hour” That Lasts for (Almost) a Full Hour

Recently I had an interesting conversation with an editor of Digital Photography School website when I got my guest post (How to Find the Best Possible Time to Shoot Cityscapes at Blue Hour ) accepted. “Blue hour” generally refers to the time between sunset and dusk, and in Singapore (where I live) it’s always 20+ Read more

How and Why I’ve Fallen in Love with Cityscape Photography at Blue Hour

I’m probably known as someone exclusively (or rather narrow-mindedly) shooting cityscape photography at twilight and dusk, but here’s my how and why, plus a few other random facts. How It All Started When I got my first DSLR (Nikon D60) back in 2009, my initial interest was sunny beachscape. Singapore (where I live) may not Read more

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