Wednesday, September 16, 2009

STGCC 2009...





© Nez Photography

a view from the tallest ferris wheel..

Where it happens...

Monday, September 14, 2009

Okay another post for the day XD
This time, I will just throw my 2 cents worth of opinion :D

Step by step. . . . .

Lets talk about self-taught photography ;)
Through courses, you can gain a lot of information about photography, but self-taught method will allow you to explore more deeper or even develop your very own technique. We have our own different way of lookin' things through our viewfinder, so there is no such thing as "absolute" teaching in photography.

As for amateur like me, I still have a long way to go XD
Making mistakes, trying to figuring out each picture and so on. The good things about self-taught is that you learned at your own pace :)
Although it ends up with slower result, you may recognize all the finer information, details and you'll surely putting your fullest effort into the pic :)


Sunday, September 13, 2009

"trust in sharing"

© Panchira

Antique Lights

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Antique Lights
Originally uploaded by RoyZilla92
Somewhere in Singapore, the light is lighting the old building in the dark.

© RoyZilla Collection

First contributor by Nez

Trying out HDR (High Dynamic Range)

Night shot of Fullerton Hotel


© Nez Photography

How it happen....

Friday, September 11, 2009

Hi guys!

Here's the deal, this Photo-blog was started with the Four silly undergrads.
They met each other in Singapore, but ridiculously they are all from the same country, Indonesia. Meeting each other for the first time in a small private school and all majoring in Business. The bond started to grow as they share their interest and passion on their hobbies.

The big four are:
- Yi
- RoyZilla
- Panchira retired
- Nez

The four undergrads decided to try something new and started to build up an interest in Photography from zero. Photohunts were planned and executed, covering the best spot in Singapore. ViewFinder, a Photo-blog which contains the photos taken from the photohunt and "Individual collection" from each of the four silly undergrads.

Well... enough for the ranting introduction ;)
Please enjoy your Viewfinding experience in this photo-blog and if possible, leave us some constructive feedbacks or comments.


The Viewfinder Team