Canon ME20F-SH and ME200S-SH Multi-Purpose Cameras

Canon recently announced two new multi-purpose cameras to Canon’s diverse range of cameras and lenses, the Canon ME20F-SH and ME200-SH. Being a multi-purpose camera, they can be used for videography and photography purposes. At a recent media presentation by Canon Singapore, I got the opportunity to attend, to witness for myself, the Canon ME20F-SH in action inside a studio whereby it was pitch dark and the human eyes can’t see what was in front, yet the Canon ME20F-SH was able to see it and projected the image on a 4K TV. The low light sensitivity is amazing! A multi-purpose camera, …

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It’s been 10 years!

In the past few months, I was pretty engrossed in business planning for the future and I am also taking a break (physically, mentally and emotionally) from my recent issues that I faced at my previous work place. A milestone in my life took place that I kind of completely forgotten about it, with the help of LinkedIn, I realised that it’s been 10 years! Wait, what is this 10 years all about? First and foremost, I have been taking photographs for more than 10 years, probably 30 years (Not Out and still counting) since I played with a film …

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The story of my second hand Canon EOS 1DX

My first encounter with the Canon EOS 1D series family DSLR cameras took place many years back, with the Canon EOS 1D Mark I and II N models. I was amazed by their powerful technical specifications and capabilities. The 1D series is their flagship DSLR camera and I was mesmerised by them. Over time, I managed to get hold of a second hand Canon EOS 1D Mark III in mint condition around November 2010. That was the beginning of some very exciting and interesting photography adventures and journeys. The 1D Mark III was my workhorse camera, pushing it to the …

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Fiery Sunset in Singapore – 15th April 2016

On the 15th April 2016, I was planning to catch the Violah! French Festival Singapore 2016 opening performance – Lumineoles Ballet at the Marina Bay Sands area. I decided to drop by Marina Bay and Marina Bay Sands earlier to capture some landscape shots of the area even though I had been photographing and documenting for more than 10 years and still counting! The weather was great, beautiful blue and gorgeous clouds, it was just as hot and humid in the late afternoon leading up to the sunset. I had managed to capture some nice Marina Bay landscapes with this …

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Canon EOS 80D Review (Part 1)

The Canon EOS 80D is one of the most recent Canon cameras releases in 2016, it was announced on 18th February 2016, grabbing some attention and limelight from the photography community. The Canon EOS 80D is now available in the market and I had the chance to have a short hands on experience to do a review of the EOS 80D. Since I only had it for a short period of five days, I couldn’t do a much more thorough review of the Canon EOS 80D and I have to wait for another opportunity in the near future to continue …

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OBS @ Coney by 2020

Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) recently announced that they will be embarking on an expansion plan to increase their current capacity, facilities and students intake with the building of the new OBS campus at Coney Island, just across the waterway from Pulau Ubin where the existing OBS Camp 1 and 2 are located. It is great news to hear that the government is going to expand the capacity of OBS, encouraging more students and young adults to join the OBS outdoor activities whereby they can learn life skills, such as leadership, teamwork, friendship, independence etc through outdoor experiential learning activities. Coming …

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F-Stop Loka Review

Photographers, let me ask you a question, how many different types of photography bags do you have? I realised that I do have a number of different types and sizes of photography bags over the years, from sling/messenger bags to backpacks. First and foremost, let me consolidate my very own photography bags listing that I had used over the (probably last 10?) years that I had been photographing Crumpler Wonder Weenie Messenger Bag with Crumpler bunion insert (still around after more than 10 years already!) Crumpler photography backpacks x 2 (gave away) Crumpler Messenger Bag (gave away) Safrotto photography backpack …

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Canon launched imagePROGRAF PRO-500

Canon recently launched a new professional printer, the imagePROGRAF PRO-500, an A2 professional photo printer. This would definitely interest photographers, both professionals and serious enthusiasts if they are looking for a photo printer that is able to print up to A2 size. I personally reviewed the Canon PIXMA PRO-1o photo printer before and owned the PIXMA PRO-10 too! Therefore, I do have experiences with the Canon photo printers that would cater to both professional and serious enthusiast photographers. Let me share with you more information and details on the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-500 A2 professional photo printer from the press release information below …

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OBS Nature Appreciation Programme – Ubin Trail

The March one week school holiday break is a good time for the children, teenagers to have a good break and rest from their studies. This school holiday break is ideal for outdoors activities for the young adults, teenagers, young children and their families too. During the March 2016 holiday break, Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) organised a number of nature appreciation programme from 14th to 18th March 2016, there were all interesting and I managed to set aside time to join one of their nature appreciation programme, the Ubin Trail. The Ubin trail is a short, interesting, interactive and experiential …

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First Armenian Street Party

On 11th and 12th March 2016, Armenian Street, for the first time, was closed up and transformed into a vibrant, colourful, buzzing with heritage and nightlife activities and performances. The Armenian Street Party is a ground-up initiative anchored by Peranakan Museum and Singapore Management University, with stake holders on Armenian Street playing a part in the first Armenian Street Party too. It was nice to see different smaller arts hubs organising their own street party, welcoming and celebrating their respective museum/arts heritage along with their partners/neighbours in the district. In my personal humble opinion, it’s a good initiative and idea …

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