Top 1 Things to Know about Singapore
I’m traveling the world with my girlfriend Heather and plan to take a lot of pictures with my fancy-pants Sony A7. I use the Sony kit lens, Rokinon 14mm wide, and a Vivitar Series 1 90mm with Macro adapter and E-mount adapter so it’ll fit on my itty bitty mirrorless. I’m going to post the photos I take here with brief descriptions. I will only post the best ones, making it appear that I only take good pictures.
My current photography mentor is Galen Rowell. My friend Sam Moody gave me his book on adventure photography and two essays in I basically leveled up at taking photographs (from level 0 to level 1.) You should check that book out, and you should check at Sam’s photography here.
Top 1 things you should know about Singapore
- The Architecture is cool, and I don’t know how to photograph it yet.
This is one of the bridges connecting downtown to the Gardens By the Bay, more on that later.
This is the Arts Science Prize Museum, and Heather taking a presumably much better picture of it.
Under the Arts Science Prize Museum there’s a little artificial pond with flowers and ‘lil fish. I busted out my behemoth 90mm to take some close ups. They’re pretty abstract which is increasingly becoming my jam.
Heather and I just checked out the outside of the Museum because we don’t pay for anything except for food and transport unless we get to interact with animals. So next we walked around a mall (there are 1000 malls in Singapore) in search of soup dumplings. There was a cool display that I was sure Sam would have photographed so I also did.
Then we walked around the Supertrees in the Gardens by the Bay. They are spectacular, but even better at dusk/night. So stay tuned for more pictures of those in my next post “I went to see the Super Trees; you won’t believe what happened next!”