Off the beaten track places to shoot in Singapore

8 Enchanting & Secret Photography Spots You Never Knew Existed

Cool compilation of “off the beaten track” places to shoot / have a shoot. Article also includes google map views. Thumbs up for that!!! I’m definitely going to visit some of the places on that list.

Members Exhibition – Call for Entries

Attention Photographic Society of Singapore members:

Members Exhibition – Call for Entries

Click the link above for the details.

Are you going to shootSIN?

about shootSIN
shootSIN 2016 is an informative forum based on the premise of building a vibrant photographic community, where budding photographers, advanced amateurs and professionals can network, share ideas, educate themselves on photographic tools, and foster a community with their fellow photographers.”

HERE‘s their website.

Air Show | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

Only have enough time to post a couple black and white images of a parked F-22 Raptor from the 2016 Singapore Air Show. More to come….

Inert Missile


Singapore International Photography Festival 2016 OPEN CALL

“Deadline: 29 February 2016 (Singapore Time 23:59hr, UTC/GMT +8 hours)

The fifth edition of Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) is now accepting online submissions from photographers and curators for its upcoming fifith edition in 2016. The new addition to SIPF’s Open Call – the inaugural Curatorial Project Showcase – seeks to provide a platform for emerging and independent curators committed to develop their professional practice in Southeast Asia.

In the previous festival edition, SIPF received 707 submissions from 70 countries. Out of these submissions, works of 47 photographers from 23 countries were selected by the festival’s independent curatorial panel – Dr. Alexander Supartono, Dr. Adele Tan, Charles Merewether, and Tay Kay Chin – and exhibited across the National Museum of Singapore, DECK, and Chapel Gallery from 3 October 2014 to 30 November 2014.

For SIPF 2016, the festival’s independent panel of curators include renowned arts practitioners Jae-Hyun Seok (Independent Curator, South Korea), and Kazuko Sekiji (Curator at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan).”