Shots from My First Prime Lens!

October 9, 2011 / Photography / 17 Comments

I recently saw some phenomenal shots from the Fujifilm X100 and it rekindled my passion for photography. Since the X100 is totally out of my budget, I decided to get a prime lens for my Pentax K-x instead. So say hello to Pentax DA 35mm F2.4 AL! Shooting with a prime lens is so much…


Chic DSLR Camera Bag

October 1, 2011 / Photography / 2 Comments

I’ve been searching for a cute, chic and affordable camera bag for my DSLR for a long time! Most DSLR bags are too manly, and the stylish ones are out of reach (in terms of cost or availability). But then I found the Herringbone Discovery Canvas Black today. It’s a Korean brand, if I’m not…


How to Use Color Swap on Your Canon PowerShot or IXUS Camera

March 9, 2011 / Photography / 15 Comments

I’ve received a lot of queries on how to do Color Swap and Color Accent on Canon cameras on my old entry, A Day with Canon PowerShot SX210 at Universal Studios Singapore. So I’ve asked the kind folks at Ogilvy (Canon’s PR agency) to provide a step-by-step guide to Color Swap on your Canon PowerShots…


Night Out with the Canon PowerShot S95

November 14, 2010 / Media Events, Photography / 6 Comments

I had a phenomenal time playing with Canon’s latest line-up of cameras last week. Canon brought out the IXUS 1000 HS, Powershot SX130 IS, PowerShot S95, PowerShot G12, Legria HF M32 and the semi-pro DSLR EOS 60D for the Singaporean bloggers to have a go at. I managed to spend some time with the Canon…


Photos of the Temples of Cambodia

July 31, 2010 / Photography / 18 Comments

I went to Cambodia a couple weeks ago. It’s my first vacation in over a year. Honestly, I don’t fancy vacations; there’s just something infuriating about not having enough time to fully immerse oneself in a foreign culture. Nevertheless, I got to take some breathtaking shots of the Cambodian temples with my brand new dSLR,…


Sashimi Feast in Photos

October 26, 2008 / Culture, Photography, Reviews / 27 Comments

In an effort to get to know Singapore’s blogosphere, I went to a ping.sg (singaporean blogger community) dinner at a ritzy izakaya-style Japanese restaurant called En (えん). Met some pretty cool people like Brainy Bimbo, Claudia, Leonard and HisFoodBlog; and had some pretty fresh sashimi! For those unfamiliar with Japanese food, go eat some now!…


A Day in Photos

Prologue Sorry for being away from the blog scene the past week. I’ve been extremely busy preparing for my return to Singapore next week; renting out my room, packing up, buying last minute stuff has been incredibly time-consuming and taxing. I’ll be blogging erratically for the next 2 weeks. Hopefully, by then I think I’ll…