Portfolios: Urbanscapes: Unforgettable Sunset, Singapore

Chasing the sun is still something what we do. Most think that only a sunny weather will yield great sunsets while grey skies is often grey till the end of the day. But like what other photographers say, and tested by us, a seemingly bad weather often bring us splendous skies, and a cloudless sky is often boring. Over the past week, the weather in Singapore has been dull, dull and duller. But just two days ago, the grey sky morphed into one of the most beautiful sunset seen locally. The clouds looked almost lenticular from the high vantage point we were at (19 storeys). It was so beautiful, I didn't know how to shoot. Every angle, horizontal or vertical frame was amazing, I was practically hogging the cameras. Every mini-second just felt so precious. As the light changes, the painted clouds morph, creating an entirely different mood. It was stunning and I had a tough time trying to snap myself out of a trance. Canon 5DMII, 90mm TSE, Composite of 3 shots with manual blending
Unforgettable Sunset, Singapore

Chasing the sun is still something what we do. Most think that only a sunny weather will yield great sunsets while grey skies is often grey till the end of the day. But like what other photographers say, and tested by us, a seemingly bad weather often bring us splendous skies, and a cloudless sky is often boring.  

Over the past week, the weather in Singapore has been dull, dull and duller. But just two days ago, the grey sky morphed into one of the most beautiful sunset seen locally. The clouds looked almost lenticular from the high vantage point we were at (19 storeys). It was so beautiful, I didn't know how to shoot. Every angle, horizontal or vertical frame was amazing, I was practically hogging the cameras. Every mini-second just felt so precious. As the light changes, the painted clouds morph, creating an entirely different mood. It was stunning and I had a tough time trying to snap myself out of a trance.  

Canon 5DMII, 90mm TSE, Composite of 3 shots with manual blending