You don't see many classic cars in Singapore, but they do exist. This beautifully maintained MG Midget ( http://www.mgcars.org.uk/midget.html ) was seen in Kampong Glam. Not to be mean, but the grass field makes it look like the photo was taken outside Singapore.
It's a British car, but the storied MG name now belongs to the Shanghai Automotive Industrial Corporation, SAIC ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MG_Motor_UK ).
- D7000, 18-105mm f3.5-5.6
- At 18mm, f8, ISO 100, 1/30 seconds
- Manual exposure, center-weighted metering, auto white balance
- Picasa: Crop, auto contrast
The red and white traffic sign could have ruined the photo, but it's turned edge-wise towards the camera, so you don't notice it at first glance. I hate traffic signs. Hate them.
The car is really short, about 4 feet (1.2 meters). It would be good to have someone in the photo to give some sense of scale, but I wasn't able to arrange for that.
I held the camera at waist-level to get a natural-looking angle. It's usually better to photograph something at its own level, unless you're trying to achieve a specific effect. I see a lot of people photograph their kids, without kneeling down. Their photos are going to turn out looking awkward.