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Little India Redux (with a X100S)

Fujifilm Singapore kindly loaned me their amazing Fujifilm X100S large sensor compact camera with rangefinder sensibilities (Thanks Cheryl of Fujifilm!!!) for review shortly before I left for my last Japan trip, and even though I had to return the unit…

Working those 10,000 hours

Malcolm Gadwell in his seminal work “Outliers” mentioned the value of working hard at perfecting the one thing you want to be good at – putting in 10,000 hours practise to be precise, to hone the desired skill. I’ve been…

Getting Up Close and Personal

One of the oft-quoted maxims in photography is the famous line by Robert Capa – “If your photos aren’t good enough, you are not close enough”. On the streets, getting close enough to strangers to produce the kind of close,…

A Home Away From Home Part 4

I think I have gushed about the streets of Little India, and how they brought inspiration to me every time I walked them, akin to the street of Paris for street photography. Well I’m not staying in Paris (though I…