Oktoberfest – Clark Quay Singapore

A fun filled Friday evening hanging out at Clark Quay with friends. Lots of Erdinger beer, pork knuckles, bratwurst and lots of live band and dancing!

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John Legend at Singapore GrandPrix 2014

9 time Grammy award winner John Legend, performed at the recent Singapore Grandprix 2014. We were fortunate to catch his one hour live performance. Fantastic piano play, amazing band and fabulous singing!

I brought my Xpro-1 to the concert as well, but given my longest XF lens is the 35mm 1.4, I decided to bring my old Minolta MD 135mm F2.8 lens mounted via an adapter. My trusty Ricoh GR covered the wide angle shots.

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Featured in The Inspired Eye

I am thrilled to be featured in issue 13 of the Inspired Eye!!
Beautifully laid out, the 13th issue of Inspired Eye features the work of 9 photographers from around the world. We have Christian Hafer that uses street photography as a creative outlet, Monty Barham from North Carolina and Aaron Paustian that does color work in L.A. Two photographers (Shirren Lim & Olaf Willoughby) give two radically different visions of the same country of Tibet.
John Spencer graciously gives us a trip back in time to 1960′s Cyprus while Gabriele Canfora is interested in urban landscapes. There is also the work of musician Tama Katai, located in Scotland & a wonderful peek at the Hindu festival of Thaipusam, thanks to Luc Pher. The magazine is 156 spreads (305 pages) designed to help you as a photographer by developing your eye, heart and mind.
 
All the photos featured in the magazine are taken with my Xpro-1 + XF35mm F1.4 and XF18mm F2.
 

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