NTU GradFest 2014 – Graduate Cultural Festival

On March 16, 2014, in Events, Gallery, People and Places, by Amiya
GradFest is the Graduate Cultural festival organized by Graduate students' club NTU Singapore. This years event showcased some incredible talent. Here are all the clicks from the event. This year due to lack of time I just exported them from Lightroom with no editing. I also did not manage to… Read the full article
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Singapore: National Day Parade 2012

On August 9, 2012, in Events, Gallery, People and Places, by Amiya
Today on the 9th of August 2012 Singapore celebrated its 47th National Day. Tens of thousands of people gathered in the downtown Marina Bay area to watch the National Day Parade, Air Show, fireworks and celebrate the spirit of Singapore. High res can be downloaded from Flickr
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Langkawi – Places to visit

On April 13, 2012, in Blog, Gallery, Nature, People and Places, Photography, Travel, by Amiya
The previous weekend was a long one, so we (me and my flatmates) planned a trip to Kedah Langkawi  located in the Andaman sea some 30 Km from the coast of Malaysia. Best way to reach there is by air - but that is if you can afford the tickets.… Read the full article
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Sembawang Park, Singapore

On January 29, 2012, in Gallery, Nature, People and Places, by Amiya

Coast Guards

I normally go to the city center for photo shoots, but this time I wanted to see something new. So I headed towards Sembawang MRT. Sembawang park which is 10 minutes from the MRT (via bus 882) is relatively small and peaceful park with a small beach.  It… Read the full article
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Mahabaleshwar, panchgani road trip

On January 19, 2012, in Blog, Gallery, Nature, People and Places, Travel, by Amiya

Shivaji Maharaj

Back home in India, took a short trip to Mahabaleshwar, some 250 Kms from Mumbai. It has some wonderful resorts and breathtaking landscape. Most of the points are close to each other. The points looking over Krishna river are magnificent. There is a small lake (Venna lake) as… Read the full article
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f-stops simplified: a practical guide to photography

On September 17, 2011, in Gallery, Photography, Video, by Amiya
The general concept of stops is central to photography, yet most articles lay it out in excruciating details or are just too simplistic in their analysis. This is an attempt to keep the technicalities to a minimum while still explaining the relevant facts.… Read the full article
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Who let the cats out?

On September 14, 2011, in Blog, Entertainment, Gallery, irregular, Nature, People and Places, by Amiya
In the recent trip to Tioman Islands in Malaysia we were bombarded with an army of lazy, hungry and depressed cats. Though I love cats and generally prefer them to dogs, these were really irritating and really pissed us off time and again. One time when we were having dinner… Read the full article
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Your Life in 3 photos – Canon snap your life contest

On July 4, 2011, in Abstract, Black and White, Gallery, People and Places, by Amiya
The Canon snap your life contest was on. The task was to capture your life in three photos along with a slogan and two winners stand the chance to win EOS 1100D DSLR. I thought of participating mainly because many of the entries were off-topic and I though I have… Read the full article
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Sentosa – The Song of the Sea

On February 14, 2011, in Events, Gallery, People and Places, by Amiya

Hip Hip Hurraahyy

Sentosa, which translates to peace and tranquility in Malay, is a popular island resort in Singapore, visited by some five million people a year. Attractions include a two-kilometre long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses and two five-star hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa, featuring the… Read the full article
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Understanding Depth of Field – 10 facts that can dramatically improve your photography skills

On February 7, 2011, in Gallery, Photography, by Amiya
Composition and depth of field (DoF) are the most important parameters to play with once you have some control over shutter speed, aperture and ISO. While there is no hard and fast rule (other than guidelines like rule of thirds) governing what is the best composition technique, DoF is something… Read the full article
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