Photography

PHOTOGRAPHER HIRED TO TAKE WEDDING PHOTOS IN AUSTRALIA MAKE IT INTO OWN HOLIDAY

We hired a Singaporean photographer for our Australian wedding. He lied to us about having an assistant, which we paid a few hundred for and bought his girlfriend.

Basically, our wedding was treated as a holiday for him and his "assistant". We paid a lot for him to capture our big day but we didn't get what we hoped for.

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NATURE PHOTOGRAPHERS USING UNETHICAL BAITING PRACTICE THAT HARM ANIMALS

There have recently been several news stories about nature photographers behaving badly, including the incident at Tuas where a photographer tied down a baby bird to photograph the parent feeding it, as well as the time when several photographers were caught on camera using poisoned fish to bait an endangered eagle. Although these may sound like isolated incidents, this bad behaviour, especially the illegal use of bait, has been going on for a long time and several nature photographers are part of an organised group that plans and executes baiting operations in our parks and nature reserves.

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OPTICAL ILLUSION OF MEN WORKING ON MRT TRACK

At first glance, the photo is a common sight for many Singaporeans - men working under an MRT track. But look closer and you might notice something mind-boggling. The optical illusion posted by Reddit user zibin has reached its front page, and caused much confusion on the user-generated website. Two men are seen standing on a construction lift but the weird angle of the photo makes it seem like the track is low or the machine is going to topple over.

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PRIME MINISTER LEE HSIEN LOONG: "YOU JUST TELL ME WHAT TO DO"

In less than three hours, a series of eight powerful up close and Personal Portraits were created within the Istana. The shoot went extremely well and the entire session was smooth with jokes and light-hearted conversation. Till date, I would say that was one of the best, easiest, smoothest and most satisfying shoots I ever had. Thanks to “You just tell me what to do”. To me, that sentence really means, professionalism, respect, and trust.

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