Whether you are looking for a hotel to stay on your next trip, renting out a room, or posting photos of interiors on a review on google, we are often…
Will AI Art Generators ever replace Commercial Photographers? With rapid advancements in technology and artificial intelligence (AI), it is too early to tell how it will affect photographers and the…
Commercial product photography in the year 2023 is still relevant even with the rampant growth of Tiktok clip and Youtube shorts.
The White Label is a Halal French Malayan Cuisine restaurant that aims to be a lifestyle destination for Diners. Located in the hustle and bustle of the iconic Kampong Glam area, The White Label offers a relaxing oasis to dine in and kick back with friends and families.
Chupa Chups recently launched its own apparel collection featuring the iconic Chupa Chups logo and candy sweet-pastel palettes. Shot in Crispcontrasts Studios.
Mama Diam (directly translates to 妈妈店) is a speakeasy restaurant bar hidden behind the front of a nostalgic old-school Mama Shop, an important element of Singapore’s rich cultural heritage. All the snacks, toys and candies are actually bought over from an actual mama shop. We got a chance to interview the owner of Mama Diam, Sebastian Ang, on what makes his restaurant bar so unique from the rest.
Bochinche is a modern Argentinian cocina in Singapore’s Club Street neighbourhood serving modern Argentinian dishes, masterful steaks, natural wines and cocktails. We were introduced to Chef Fabrice, Head Chef of Bochinche, for an up-close interview to find out more about this Argentinian Restaurant and how this restaurant manages to consistently innovate and surprise its customers.
Savouré is a hydroponic vertical farm in Ang Mo Kio that produces a wide variety of greens. Grown only with the best seeds, soil, nutrition and the perfect climate, with no pesticides or fungicides, they do not compromise on producing the best food for its consumers. Produce were shot in Crispcontrasts studio.
As 2019 draws to a close, we would like to take stock of the various advertising trends in Singapore to give you a ideas for how you should go about…
Is Large Format still viable for Food Photography in 2019?
I have been a huge proponent of the largest sensor since I started shooting on a Nikon D70 in 2006. A larger sensor was always the solution. Lower Noise, larger photo sites, higher dynamic range, better bokeh etc. And soon enough I had found myself a Hasselblad 500cm.