I'm a Singapore event photographer; specializing in corporate events, weddings and birthday parties.


Old Shophouses along Petain Road, Singapore

  • Nikon D7000, 35mm f1.8 
  • At f2, 1/60 seconds, ISO 100

Center-weighted meter, aperture priority, auto ISO (minimum shutter speed 1/60, which is now what I set if there is enough light, 1/30 indoors, 1/15 if it is really dark).

Tree is a bit out of focus, should have gone down to f5.6. Lots of light, was only at ISO 100.

About 7pm. Lights in one of the rooms were switched on, which adds a nice spot of color. Purposely positioned the tree at the side, otherwise the photo will be a bit bland. Couldn't get a good shot with the ground floor, blocked by parked trucks and cars.

I'm really liking the 35mm f1.8. Going to be my main lens.

Whole group of roads there, near Farrer Park MRT, named after WWI generals. There's another bunch of roads near Changi Airport, named after WWII RAF Fighter Command airfields.