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Photo for August 2012: Still MotionIt has been a crazy 3 months after Patagonia as I have started my long- awaited personal project with the production process taking up at least a good 4 days per week. Months of scouting and planning has been fulfilled and it's now time to get the cameras working overtime. At a location that I accidentally chanced upon, the Housing Board flats (owned by the government) were emptied and in a few months, these blocks will be down and given the current trend, expensive condominiums will definitely take up every square inch available. It was after a full day of shooting when Charmaine spotted the fast -moving clouds. Away she went in a frenzy with her camera while my cameras were stuck for the project (more on that later) so all I could do was sulk and watch. Half an hour later, I had my chance and taking the 17 TSE lens, I ensure the verticals were as good as possible and went about a 3-shot bracket. A low ISO was used so that negated the need for the ND filters. Blended in Photoshop and converted to monochrome with Silver Efx.Canon 5D 2, 17 TSE, Postprocessed in Photoshop and Silver Efx Pro 2.
Still Motion, Singapore.

Photo for August 2012: Still Motion 

It has been a crazy 3 months after Patagonia as I have started my long- awaited personal project with the production process taking up at least a good 4 days per week. Months of scouting and planning has been fulfilled and it's now time to get the cameras working overtime.  

At a location that I accidentally chanced upon, the Housing Board flats (owned by the government) were emptied and in a few months, these blocks will be down and given the current trend, expensive condominiums will definitely take up every square inch available.  

It was after a full day of shooting when Charmaine spotted the fast -moving clouds. Away she went in a frenzy with her camera while my cameras were stuck for the project (more on that later) so all I could do was sulk and watch. Half an hour later, I had my chance and taking the 17 TSE lens, I ensure the verticals were as good as possible and went about a 3-shot bracket. A low ISO was used so that negated the need for the ND filters. Blended in Photoshop and converted to monochrome with Silver Efx. 

Canon 5D 2, 17 TSE, Postprocessed in Photoshop and Silver Efx Pro 2.