Not really. It's a good place to do street photography. I could spend hours there looking around. Lots of human traffic.Originally Posted by Zennith
Obviously u got no aptitude for street photographyOriginally Posted by Zennith
It pretty much depends on what you want to achieve out of photography, and also the 'genre' you are interested in. Shooting streets could be done anywhere, landscape as per the many suggestions by forumers before me, or perhaps the zoo if you like wildlife (not quite the real thing, but this is Singapore after all :/).
Ultimately, 'interesting' is defined by you. If the place isn't interesting enough, set yourself some challenges to make it interesting. Limit your use of focal length, a specific theme, a certain style, these are some suggestions that could make the photography 'process' more engaging, and you will definitely see the place in a different light. IMO, it doesn't matter whether you have nice photos at the end of the day, but rather its more important that you enjoy the process of photography.
Just my humble 2 cents worth.
Yeah, find some interesting neighbourhood areas to shoot? or places with preserved or unique architecture? I think quite got feel I think playgrounds are quite interesting if you can find those older types. Or just explore around? You may find interesting things everywhere.
Nothing much to shoot there. Looks like Nparks didn't do much housekeeping and fenced up some good areasOriginally Posted by Zennith
Originally Posted by Zennith
Not bad IMO.. Can snap keppel bay and cable car.. But the new mangrove sux
Equipment: D7000 - 18-55 - 55-200 - 50mm 1.8d - 30L Cabinet
How about the Raffles Place/Tanjong Pagar area? I think its interesting to shoot the high rise buildings from different perspectives!
I like tiong bahru market area haha, will try there some day
I used to drive around during quiet Sundays to explore places around the small island:
1. Sg Buloh Park
2. Changi Boardwalk (ok this place a bit crowded on weekends but sunset's good)
3. Botanic Gardens (used to spend hours during macro at the lily ponds)
4. Portsdown Road area (rolling green fields etc)
interesting places to shoot are only limited by the lack of one's imagination.
try not to ask where to shoot cause you'll just end up shooting the exact thing the other have shot before you..