The most common thought that crosses the mind of most photographers is often – what’s my next camera, lens, or piece of kit? It’s an entirely fair question – to a certain extent, we need tools to do what we do. The analogy that springs to mind is being like a painter without the right […]
Another series of shots from Tokyo, shot with my now (sniff) gone OM-D. Processed with VSCO Film 3. Posting these makes me realise how much I miss the little thing.
Just a few little vignettes from Tokyo in 2012. Again, processed with VSCO Film 3. As an aside, I miss my OM-D, sigh. By way of background, I sold the OM-D to fund a portion of the gear which I now use for professional work. That said, I do miss having a compact little camera […]
In archiving my photos from the last few years, I spent a good deal of time trying to look back – not just for nostalgia, but also to see how my eye has developed in the last few years. I barely recognise my own work from 2 years ago. I guess photography, as with most […]
As tranquil as it gets, really. Advertisements
Had a lovely Sunday afternoon strolling through the Botanic Gardens, then stopped by Nassim Hill Bakery for tea. Their Reuben was excellent – the pastrami postively dripped with flavour, and the sauerkraut provided a perfect counterpoint to its saltiness. They also had a Jaffa Cake cake, which was rather nice. Recommended! As an aside, this […]
Sometimes, you just need a little getaway time. The Capella on Singapore provides just that – top notch service, a lovely room, and room service wheeled in to your room so you can eat on the patio. I really don’t need to say anything more than that. Advertisements
So being a massive fan of Iron Chef, I couldn’t pass up the chance to try Cat Cora’s new restaurant at Resorts World Singapore. The food was actually pretty good – the starters, including the seafood platter, sakura shrimp risotto, and sous vide salmon, weren’t exactly groundbreaking, but were tasty. The mains were generally decent […]