Friday, December 05, 2008

National Museum of Singapore - Black-&-White Series

national museum of singapore: b+w series
Photographs of the National Museum of Singapore in Black-&-White,
shot exclusively from the legendary
Panasonic Lumix-LX3 point-&-shoot compact camera.
The National Museum of Singapore is not just a typical historical monument full of old and dusty archives, but a nexus of modern art, heritage and history. During the right time of the day, the museum transform into a picturesque edifice. This makes it a perfect location to test out my LX3.

The Facade
shot in colour and post-processed into black-&-white to complement this series.

"Lines & Circles"
shot in colour and post-processed into black-&-white to complement this series.

"The Big Beard"
shot in colour and post-processed into black-&-white to complement this series.

Fire hydrant in Pin-Hole Mode
shot in Pin-Hole SCN mode and post-processed into black-&-white to complement this series.
more of the Facade
shot in Pin-Hole SCN mode and post-processed into black-&-white to complement this series.


The following pictures are shot exclusively in "Dynamic Black-&-White" Film mode off the camera without further adjustments.
"Look there"

"Eye of Heaven"

"The man who sits in the wall"

"This way up"
"The Wonder Wall"
"Dot Matrix"
"A world out there"
"Painting with Light"


"Moving Up and Coming Down"
The choir sings "Oh"
"Metropolitan"
"Moving Up & Looking Down"
"a troll hides below"
"The Swinging Chandelier"

"Glass knives that cuts through the sky"

Spiral Stairwell

"Tetris"

"Sunshine through my window"


"The Dancing Hall"


"Stop! No Flash!"

"Metal & Glass"
"Dashing Up & Running Down"
"The Face"
"Speak No Evil"

"Blackberry"

"Trio"
"In her own time and space"


Photography & Editing by William Tan
©William Tan 2008

This series of photographs were shot exclusively from the legendary Panasonic Lumix-LX3.

Reproduction of any images from this post is prohibited without permission from the owner.

1 comment:

edna said...

nice pics