Portfolios: Urbanscapes: Heartlands Trail , Singapore

I did not get to see the most exciting sunset that night but had a really blue sky. The sky was so blue, so much such that I wanted to reduce the {quote}blue{quote} in photoshop as I wasn't used to see such rich blues.It all started with me, at the back of the lorry, noticing the block of flats (on the left) during a props trip with my film team. Something about that flats stood out. It could be the structure, the lighting or maybe just the clean neat corridors. It stood out.I had in mind a certain way to capture this block. Unfortunately, there was no way I can except to knock on doors. After countless of block-search, stairwells and the likes, we finally decided on the block and the spot. Till today, the seemingly never-ending road feels somewhat surreal. That's what makes these road trips exciting, discovering parts of Singapore and seeing new things. Canon 5DMII, 17mm TSE
Heartlands Trail , Singapore

I did not get to see the most exciting sunset that night but had a really blue sky. The sky was so blue, so much such that I wanted to reduce the "blue" in photoshop as I wasn't used to see such rich blues. 

It all started with me, at the back of the lorry, noticing the block of flats (on the left) during a props trip with my film team. Something about that flats stood out. It could be the structure, the lighting or maybe just the clean neat corridors. It stood out. 

I had in mind a certain way to capture this block. Unfortunately, there was no way I can except to knock on doors. After countless of block-search, stairwells and the likes, we finally decided on the block and the spot.  

Till today, the seemingly never-ending road feels somewhat surreal. That's what makes these road trips exciting, discovering parts of Singapore and seeing new things.  

 

Canon 5DMII, 17mm TSE