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


Corner of Singapore Art Museum

Corner of the Singapore Art Museum, next to Dome Cafe. Used to be a Catholic boys' school, St. Joseph's Institution. St. Joseph's is still around, but in a different location. Along Bras Basah Road, opposite the Singapore Management University. After the museum opened, a friend and I went for a free guided tour of the exhibits. The tour guide looked at us and asked if we were St. Joseph's old boys. We weren't. I guess we didn't look like culture vultures. 

  • Nikon D80, Sigma 20mm f1.8 
  • At f6.7, 1/200 seconds (max. flash synch speed), ISO 400.
  • Center-weighted metering, Program exposure mode (which explains the fractional aperture stop, I'd use full stops in manual mode).

Used the D80's built-in flash to fill in the building against the afternoon sky. Not much else to say. With daylight photos, you've got lots of light, so exposures are easy. You don't often get blue skies in Singapore. When you do, grab the chance to take photos.