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    Default Any interesting places to shoot?

    Wah lau, on leave tomorrow don't wanna waste my day. Feel like "exploring" the real Singapore. Beside town any interesting places to shoot? Lai lai give some ideas leh..

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    Default Re: Any interesting places to shoot?

    depending on what u wanna shoot

    sentosa, mount faber, labardor, tuas factories light, safti MI, changi village, changi airport, geylang, little india, china town, tanjong pagar, mandai area, memorial park, sungei buloh, macritchie, all the chinese temples or hindu temples, or mos, or churches, east coast park, west coast park, ponggol, bishan park, upper/lower pierce reservior, zoo, birdpark,

    hehe

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    Default Re: Any interesting places to shoot?

    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19 View Post
    depending on what u wanna shoot

    sentosa, mount faber, labardor, tuas factories light, safti MI, changi village, changi airport, geylang, little india, china town, tanjong pagar, mandai area, memorial park, sungei buloh, macritchie, all the chinese temples or hindu temples, or mos, or churches, east coast park, west coast park, ponggol, bishan park, upper/lower pierce reservior, zoo, birdpark,

    hehe


    that's alot but somehow would like to find somewhere easily accessible. think will go back to CBD area.. maybe head to alley of Telok Ayer St and roam to Tanjong pagar too.. then can find colleagues to la kopi after that..

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    Default Re: Any interesting places to shoot?

    Christmas lightings.

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    Default Re: Any interesting places to shoot?

    Actually for me the problem is not WHERE to shoot because in Singapore, we do have many places with the eclectic feel. There are places which are rustic while others are modern, while other places are a mix.

    The problem is the lighting. At where we are - Equatorial, the position where the sun light falls is right smack down right harsh and the period in which this falls on is rather long. Unlike countries in Northern or Southern hemisphere, the lighting is softer with the period where the 'magic twilight' feel lasts longer.

    Over here, regardless of where we are, the moment we are pass 10am the harshness falls and it lasts till a good 5:30pm or so. Worse still is that the 'magic twilight' moment passes so fast.

    So there....my few cents worth.

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