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Inspirations >> My Canon Story

Marina Bay Revisited

By jensen.chua
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A quick sunset and blue hour photoshoot at Marina Bay. A brief 3-hr session to refresh and "rejuvenate" myself after a previous hectic week. Something to "pamper" myself. Photography is no easy task as I lugged kilos of gears around but mental fulfilment is key. I have planned to shoot the beautiful bay area around the Artscience Museum... for ever so looong ago. Many of you would have personally visited and seen also countless pictures of the Apple Store @ Marina Bay Sands. But this is my 1st visit and shoot here, finally in a long time. Was blessed by the lovely receding dusk light and balmy air. No two visits are alike as the position of sun, clouds, human ambience will not be quite the same on each visit.

jensen.chua

Jensen Chua is a Singaporean who started his journey in photography at 15 years old. In the world before the internet, he built his basic skills with mentors from New York Institute of Photography via printed assignments and cassette-recorded critiques couriered across continents. Having grown up during the days of films and manual cameras shaped his personal philosophy that photography is about honest imaging and being faithful to real life with minimal digital enhancement.