Every now and then it is important for eveyone, but especially creative types like photographers to simplify things and get back to the roots of your passion.
For me, photography all started with travel and capturing my journeys along the way and it is still a great interest of mine that I get to explore whenever I get a chance.
I recently traveled over to Singapore with a good friend of mine, Ben Clark. Our sole purpose was to explore and recharge our creative energy before the hustle and bustle of wedding season was upon us. We simplified our gear right down to the essentials. For me I didn’t even take a DSLR.. just my compact but capable little fuji X-E1 and two lenses.
Singapore is a thriving metropolis, with stunning modern architecture and beautiful gardens. But we deliberately decided to focus on capturing street scenes and normal day to day life away from sky scrappers of modern Singapore.
There were so many interesting little doors that I thought a door collection was in order;
Even though we were focusing on the old, it was hard not to capture the bright and shiny new! 😉
What better way to end a day of hard work than to have a cocktail ontop of one of the best building in the world, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel 😉