I wanted to be out of my comfort zone. I need to. But I can’t do it too quickly.. I’d scare the living hell out of myself. So I spent the whole day walking about and photographed whatever that interested me. The funny thing is, the biggest discovery I’ve found is an Asian grocery store. I kid you not, the prices are pretty cheap and I got really excited.
Anyway, back to the real adventure… Maryna and I went on a hunt for rooftops. We climbed several flights of stairs that got us nowhere and only found one accessible rooftop (so far!). It was so uplifting to be on the rooftop. The view was amazing, the wind was howling.. I loved it. We both did! We spent almost an hour up there discussing different buildings and where everything is at.
We found a few potential rooftops that we can try accessing. We’ll save that adventure for another day.
Maryna found some algae growing on the fake grass on the rooftop. It’s so beautiful.
Wholesale Asian groceries? Yasssss!
Whenever we hit a dead end while climbing up stairs, we take breaks to do mini photo shoots.
“Waiting for my boyfriend, Version 2.0”
I tend to end with a sunset, don’t I?
Prawns and scallops accompanied by freeze dried mandarin oranges on cauliflower puree.
Kirsty Gardy first taught them some really useful tips on food styling. I’ve learnt a lot from her.
Vanilla Panna cotta with some biscuit crumbles, chocolate, strawberries and sweet balsamic vinegar
I conducted two sessions with Zomato early this month as part of Restaurant Month, teaching a couple of people some tips and tricks on food photography. It was interesting to teach two different bunch of people who are bloggers, Instagrammers, enthusiasts, and restaurant owners. Some asked a lot of questions which made the class a whole lot more fun.
It’s going to be another hectic week ahead, I’ll end this short post with a sunset pic and a self portrait.
The first quarter of this semester has been hectic (Still is). Somehow, I still managed to find the time to do way more photography than I have in the last 6 months. Maybe it’s because I took up a Photography class this semester and it has been pushing me to do some. Regardless, I’m quite happy to start photographing people again.
Kudos to my lovely model who was willing to freeze in this wretched windy winter.
More birds. Birds everywhere.