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Photo Taking In Singapore

29 July 2014

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 July 29, 2014
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Outdoor Photo Taking In Singapore

The landmarks of Singapore are always a sight to behold and often times, locals and expats can’t keep themselves from taking a photo. These include Mt. Faber, the Jewel Box, the Merlion statue, of course, by the Singapore river, and recently the Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. The latter is ridiculously magnificent, with giant, rotating, solar-powered tree-like structures that house restaurants and different kinds of establishments. This only goes to show how it would be a waste of time and effort not to capture these beautiful sights in a photograph.

Photo Taking In Singapore For Tourists

You’d be surprised at the number of photograhers who’d want to do business with you right now! Photo taking for tourists is a booming industry as well, in the same way as portrait photography and bridal photography. If you don’t know where to begin, you can always contact Raffles Studio on how it can customise a package just for you or visit the website to know about its services.

Of course, you can also Google photography forums too on how you can make document the sights and scenes in Singapore—with yourself included the photograph, of course! Online photography hubs are the best sources for links to various websites and portfolios of creatives and photographers. You can also get a lot of pointers from other people in the forum not just about photography but also traveling in Singapore (e.g. avoiding tourist traps, budget-friendly accommodations, etc.).

Enjoying Your Photo Taking In Singapore

Enjoying your sight-seeing and photo session need not be expensive. Remember the triangle of needs: cost, quality and speed. Consider these three elements when choosing for the photography services that you would hire. You don’t want to use up all of your travel budget on the whole photo session.

Remember to have some fun during your photo session as well. Communicate to your photographer on how you’d like the photos to turn out. Ask your photographer to play with different photo styles and techniques as well. You may learn a thing or two from the craft by interacting a lot with your photographer.

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