Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/ Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.
Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.
Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*
Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.
Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.
Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 
The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…
But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.
Peace! Till the next blog entry.
Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of working with the entire Sweet Xcape crew. For those reading or clueless on what Sweet Xcape is, Sweet Xcape consists of DJ’s LeNerd, Nashd & Hanif going ham side by side and vibing with the crowd for the entire night.

Well, basically, my “job” for the entire event was to do a visual documentation of the madness.

Hosted at DREAM (Zirca/Rebel circa 2013), the event started off with my buddy T.M.O doing an opening set at 10/11pm. *Side comment: I really think DREAM needs a revamp of their current logo. I’m just not feeling it. I find that it doesn’t appeal youthful or even dreamy — considering that most of their attendees are youth/young working adult. More like a Thai Disco.*

Party starts to get wild with the crowd gushing in around 12 midnight and I was all set with my Nikon D3100 (18mm—55mm kit lens). Yes, I have the most basic equipments ever.

Having said that, it was really a challenge for me to find the right lighting conditions and timing. I didn’t have a flash diffuser and had no experience in taking club photography prior to this.

Now here is where my skills and motto (do the best with what you have) got tested. Damnit. I managed to get some entrance shots, crowd shots, *DJ’s having their hands in the sky* shots and also some raining confetti. 

The party ended around 3:30am with the security shutting down right on time and getting people out ASAP. Hey I get it, we all want to go back to our bed…

But safe to say, I managed to neatly pulled it off. Shooting RAW definitely saved my life. Hey! Make the best out of what you have.

Peace! Till the next blog entry.

Photos from Sweet Xcape can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/dzulkanean/7M5911/

Finally got around to test out Instagram’s Hyperlapse. Not the best experiment done, but hey, love your work! ✌️☺️

Taking some portrait shots w/ Adeline on the line. *That Jew hat though.*

Was walking past Wisma Atria and 3 exotic Lamborghini were on display. Apparently, it was a pop up gallery to showcase the new range Italian beast.
"With just 20 produced, the Reventón is a symbol of extreme exclusivity, yet still offering the extraordinary performance that makes the Reventón so unrivalled.”
Perfect timing for the pop up with F1 just round the corner! Was walking past Wisma Atria and 3 exotic Lamborghini were on display. Apparently, it was a pop up gallery to showcase the new range Italian beast.
"With just 20 produced, the Reventón is a symbol of extreme exclusivity, yet still offering the extraordinary performance that makes the Reventón so unrivalled.”
Perfect timing for the pop up with F1 just round the corner! Was walking past Wisma Atria and 3 exotic Lamborghini were on display. Apparently, it was a pop up gallery to showcase the new range Italian beast.
"With just 20 produced, the Reventón is a symbol of extreme exclusivity, yet still offering the extraordinary performance that makes the Reventón so unrivalled.”
Perfect timing for the pop up with F1 just round the corner! Was walking past Wisma Atria and 3 exotic Lamborghini were on display. Apparently, it was a pop up gallery to showcase the new range Italian beast.
"With just 20 produced, the Reventón is a symbol of extreme exclusivity, yet still offering the extraordinary performance that makes the Reventón so unrivalled.”
Perfect timing for the pop up with F1 just round the corner!

Was walking past Wisma Atria and 3 exotic Lamborghini were on display. Apparently, it was a pop up gallery to showcase the new range Italian beast.

"With just 20 produced, the Reventón is a symbol of extreme exclusivity, yet still offering the extraordinary performance that makes the Reventón so unrivalled.”

Perfect timing for the pop up with F1 just round the corner!

Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.
Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 
BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.
All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces. Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.
Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 
BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.
All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces. Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.
Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 
BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.
All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces. Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.
Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 
BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.
All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces. Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.
Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 
BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.
All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces.

Yesterday, I got invited back to visit the new & polished Design School at Singapore Polytechnic. First and foremost, I’m pretty bumped that I won’t be able to have a taste of the new environment — kinda wished I had to retain Poly for a week just to experience it.

Managed to visit a few exhibitions by current students along the way. I honestly enjoyed viewing the mixed media gallery that was put together. Especially the Gothic Blackletter Calligraphy. 

BUT. The food wasn’t that all too great… Sorry SP. The lasagne was sour, the texture was off and the poached salmon tasted nothing like it was poached. More like grilled salmon.

All in all, it was a fun evening reuniting with old classmates and seeing familiar faces.

Welcome to the jungle it gets worse here everyday. You learn to live like an animal in the jungle where we play. 🌳🌲🌿