Weather at Pasir Ris Park was breathtaking last evening, cool, very windy and overcast sky.
As I do most of Sundays, went again to have a walk on beach.
Enjoyed weather mainly, took few photographs at the same time… I like specially this one, let me explain why so? First because one can get feel of wind from leaves and hair and second DOF, which is neither shallow enough to blur the leaves and remove effect of wind and nor deep enough to make background get mixed with subject… its just perfect.
Its a very beautiful template located near Paya Lebar MRT station, while reading about Sri Sivan Temple in wiki, came to know that it was relocated 3 times before coming to this place…
Sri Sivan Temple
Another one from Praktica and Kodak
Workers taking a tea break at Lavender Street
Remember my earlier post? Photos of this post are taken using same camera (Praktica MTL-3) but, this time film was ILFORD (ISO-400). While taking last few shots learned that if you hold exposure lever and changed aperture, you can rightly expose the subject and exposure indicator doesn’t matter much . These were taken before this learning 🙂
Shri Krishan Devotee at Sri Sivan Temple
Rainy afternoon at Kitchener Road
Inspired by movies, tried composing and then cropping photographs in 2.35:1 ratio. My subject is no one but a free model, an ex-colleague and present flat mate “Rahul Singh” … 🙂
Sometimes when I am not carrying my DSLR but can’t control my itch to take photo, I use my Nokia 6300 two megapixel camera –