Photo Time: Re-look, Re-visit, Re-cap

Attended a workshop organised by Francis Lee. One of the objective of the workshop is for people like me to ‘re-look, re-visit, re-cap’ our thoughts. 🙂

Francis shared some thoughts on my previous batch of cosplay photo and given me some advices to try out, now I am so eager to try out his tips on my next cosplay photo shooting 😛

Anyway, these are some of the photos taken today in hurry as it keeps drizzling and unfortunately I didn’t own a waterproof camera ;p

Can see the “slide marks” of the snail, think is it trying to go against gravity and climb up?

Initial thoughts of it is, I am progressing as slow as a snail in my photography skill.
Suddenly, the quote by Confucious “It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop” suddenly comes to me and I decided that I shall not be beaten down by myself. 🙂

Advised composition by Francis to makes it looks less “flat and boring”.



Haha, I meant this to be “telephoto” effects but realised it create wide lens effect.


Advised composition by Francis – removed the distracting parts to make my wide lens effect more obvious.

Enjoyed the workshop a lot, love the photo-critic session where we always get to learn from each other.

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  1. following you from swap bot.
    username: Jesslynne

  2. Such beautiful work. I am Denise from swap=bot. Looking forward to following your blog and experiencing the world as you share it.

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  4. Love the snail photos!

    Zefaniya- Follow me #9

  5. Thanks Kristy 🙂

  6. Thanks Denise 🙂

  7. Thanks Susi. I hope I can take more nature photos and share it here 🙂

  8. Thanks Jessica 🙂

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