You may have seen documentaries on television showing the crocodile hunter, the late Steve Irwin, wrestling with crocodiles in Australia, or scenes of crocodiles killing herds of wildebeests in the Nile River in Africa, and you may think how you wish you can see a wild crocodile with your own eyes. Well you do not […]Read More Wild Crocodiles at our doorstep
May 20 2014. I embarked on a 3D2N journey with 5 other friends to a lost paradise high above the sea level in East Java, Indonesia. The place is Mount Bromo, a famous volcano situated at the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. We departed from Singapore Changi Airport and took a 2 hours flight to […]Read More The Lost World of Indonesia – Mount Bromo
I was photographing another rare bird of Singapore, the Mangrove Pitta, when I received news that an even rarer bird was spotted. The Band-bellied Crake (Porzana paykullii) is a globally mega rare bird and upon being sighted, news soon spread fast and many bird photographers in Singapore came to know about it. The bird is so […]Read More Globally mega rare bird spotted in Singapore
It was the grandest wedding I have ever taken, and probably the grandest wedding of the year. The Peranakan Wedding was really an eye opener for everyone, featuring Edmond Wong, from the famous Kim Choo Kueh Chang as the groom, and Cai Shiji from the renowned dance school, Dance Ensemble as the bride. From the […]Read More Highlights of The Peranakan Wedding – Edmond and Shiji
It was a long holiday period in Singapore with Hari Raya Puasa and National Day. While most people will be in celebration mood and spending time watching the parade and fireworks, my friends and I decided to spend the holiday somewhere exotic and quiet…in the jungles of Borneo. We departed from Singapore and flew to […]Read More Expedition Borneo, Kinabatangan River
Arguably the most important element in the world of photography, is light. The word photography literally means drawing/writing with light. Photo = light, and graphy = writing or drawing. Without light, no photos can be taken, even if you have a camera with the best high ISO low light capability, or a hot babe standing […]Read More Creating great photo – Chapter 3: Understanding Light and Exposure
There were 6 new residents in town this migratory season, and they are big. The Asian Openbill Stork (Anastomus oscitans), which is found in the northern parts of South-East Asia from Thailand running through Myanmar, Cambodia and west to India, has been spotted for the first time in Singapore. The news triggered many bird photographers […]Read More New bird species sighted in Singapore, and it’s BIG!