Hello my fellow Fuji Fanboys and Fangirls. Hope you are all keeping well amid this COVID 19 Pandemic and lockdown.
Many of us have been doing shoots within our home during the lockdown. I live in Singapore and we are now in Phase 2. Life is pretty much back to normal. Kids are
back to school. Many are still working from home. The maximum group size for a gathering is 5 at the moment. Wearing a mask is compulsory once you leave your home.
I decided to use my X-Pro3 mated with XF23mm F1.4 for 24 hours. I started using it yesterday evening during my evening walk around my neighborhood. The next day I brought again for lunch at a hawker centre at an old housing estate. And the final session was one and a half hour of ME time after I send my daughter to her art class.
I always find it always good to have a camera everywhere one goes. There will always be some opportunity to photograph something. It may not be an epic scene but take it as a good way to hone our photography skills right?
Ivan Loh, A Fuji X-photographer is known for his quirky and different approach through his lens. He has received numerous accolades from the International Photography Award, New York and Photography Master Cup. Most Recently a Gold, 1st Place at the 2014 PX3 Prix De La Photographie in Paris .
Ivan started shooting since his teenage years with his father’s Nikon SLR and he hasn’t stopped since. He has lensed campaigns for clients such as Singapore Airlines, MTV Asia, Nike, Bossini, Nanyang Technological University(NTU) Tuas Power, Allianz Insurance, Manulife Insurance, HSBC Insurance, DHL. TNT, UOB, CAAS, Hilton Group, Intercontinental Hotel Group, Raffles Hotel, Diegeo, Embraer, Carlson, TATA Communication, HDB, Clark Quay, HOT FM 91.3, Kiss 92FM, JIA 88.3, Power 98, and CHIMJES.
His editorial works have appeared in magazines such as Conde Nast, Home+Living, TopGear Singapore, Her World, Cleo, Seventeen, FHM, Parents World and Home & Decor. His works have also glossed the pages of international magazines such as Asian Photography and Digital Photography(UK).
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