Meet the Millennial Singaporean Photographer Whose Photos You’ve Probably Seen All Over Instagram
Finally would probably be the CBD area. Our architecture is one of the best features to showcase Singapore’s modernity and vibrant lifestyle. Large buildings are also amazing for the dramatic lighting and interesting shadows. A new place I visited recently is called CapitaSpring, and it’s free to the public, so I highly recommend you check it out.
HOW HAS YOUR OWN STYLE EVOLVED OVER THE YEARS?
My photography started with food, which then led to interiors, architecture, portraits, street photography, and then travel. Now, that’s pretty much a little jumble of anything and everything that catches my eye.
But my editing style has gone through a few cycles. There was a time when my feed was all white, and that was around the time I was featured by Instagram as a suggested user. Then I jumped on all the trendy Instagram feed themes, the popular orange and blue theme or the one where you had one color per line.
But it can be quite exhausting to track and plan your diet. Now I post what I want, when I want. The most important thing is that I am satisfied with what I post.
WHAT IS THE BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION OF WHAT YOU DO?
People tend to believe that photography is just a press of a button. This underestimates the time, effort, and skill needed to create content. I have undoubtedly invested thousands of dollars in my equipment, from cameras to storage, but people often don’t understand the value of my skills or the experience it takes to create the images they see.