Sunday, January 24, 2010

First Photography Outing in 2010

It's been a long time since I last joined an organized photography outing. This morning marked my first such outing for 2010. Though I have always doing street photorgraphy alone most of the time, it's another kind of experience doing in a group. It's great to know new friends, too.

Location? It's none other than Serangoon Road, Little India. The turn-out was good. There were 10 of us. We met up at Farrer Park MRT Station and started walking towards Kerbau Road area. It was a leisure and fun photo-walk outing where we walked, talked, laughed, ate, drank and of cuz took street pictures along the way.

I wanted to travel light hence I armed myself with Nikon D70s fixed with 18-70 mm kit lens without lens hood. In my usual street photography, I shoot film with either a film SLR or rangefinder camera, and lately with a TLR*.

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OK make the jump to view the selected street photographs I took from this outing. Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them.

As usual all my photos are converted to black and white and warm-toned.

Signage Painter

Indian Snack Seller

Agitated Customer

Little Barber Shop

Coconut Drink Seller


Buffalo Statue


A Cyclist

Drunkard "Butterfly"

Medical & Health Shop

Along the way, we came across a car accident scene. From what we saw, a luxury car drove right into a jewellery shop and hit on the metallic shutter gate. Fortunately no one was hurt.

All photos taken with Nikon D70s | 18-70mm | B&W conversion and warm-toned in Photoshop
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