Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 4

Birding seemed to be in fashion for the past few weeks even among the noob birders because we had several charming visitors! The spotted wood owls, the sunbirds and… Pin-tailed Whydahs are not endemic to Singapore and thus a big hooha arose when they were discovered in Pulau Punggol Barat. What’s even better is that … Continue reading

Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 3

The Sunbirds are in town and there’s a baby involved! This was my 3rd session of birding within a week and I had a great time progressing from the spotted wood owls to the laced woodpeckers and now sunbirds! It was not easy shooting these extremely lively little birds but lucky me, I made new … Continue reading

Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 2

My friends and I started at 9am and ended our excursion at 5pm thereabout. I only managed to upload all my raw files after many hours and completed my editing at 4+am the following day! I was just too excited to sleep without seeing the end result of my photos. They were disappointing of course, … Continue reading

Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 1

The most recent photography craze I got into was birding. It is a very challenging genre in photography. As Evp David, a macro kaki, puts it: “Birding is another skill set in photography Semi Han, endurance and patience are Key…” Both which I lack! But for me, it was the company that counted in outings … Continue reading

Birds Of Paradise @ Jurong Bird Park 裕廊飞禽公园

Desmond had his annual leave this week and suggested going to Jurong Bird Park for our first photography session. I seldom get to see Ngan in person but I have learnt a few photography tricks from him online and so I agreed eagerly. On 5th February, we had a quick lunch at an outdoor food … Continue reading