Photography is about long term dedication, don’t expect to get a winning picture on day 1. Is not the camera fault.
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Capture Asia Photography is managed by Ricky Gui. An Asia Commercial & Documentary Photographer based in Singapore, love to jets around for work. Ricky is a highly passionate and dedicated photographer to the craft. Giving nothing but his best in each project. His aim is to deliver the highest possible quality of images to the client. His portfolio range from Architecture, Interior, Heavy Industrial, Editorial, Corporate Portrait to Travel. He enjoys working on a big project for clients. In recent years he documented the completion of a mega oil production plant in two years. Also recently, grateful to have his personal work 'Singapore Hidden Door' gaining international recognition (see featured below). He loves to be on location to create images through observation first, before getting that picture moment. He has clients requesting his service from Italy, Japan, Norway, USA, Hong Kong, Vietnam to name a few. Ricky is grateful and blessed to be healthy. He is focusing on working according to client's brief, and able to capture pictures that mean value and needs to the client. Through his passion, enthusiasm, and creativity, he is able to deliver captivating pictures. He believes a good set of pictures will definitely help to increase your target audience interest, generate revenue, impressive presentation for your business. He is currently represented in Europe by Production Paradise since 2015. Contributing to Alamy and NOI Pictures. Awards Honorable and Nominee for Architectural in Professional category by Black and White Spider Awards 2016 (Latest) Nominee for Architectural in Professional category by Black and White Spider Awards 2015 Winner of "Most Powerful Image", "Most Powerful Story", "Best Photographer" for WOHA Skyville@ Dawson photo competition 2016 Featured Singapore 'Hidden Door' in 畅游行, Singapore first Mandarin travel magazine Singapore 'Hidden Door' in ArchDaily, with more than 10 million viewers internationally Singapore 'Hidden Door' in Lonely Planet Travel News Singapore 'Hidden Door' in 42 magazin, an online magazine in Siberia Singapore 'Hidden Door' in Metro daily newspaper at Russia with 1.9 million readers Singapore 'Hidden Door' in Nine Australia Singapore 'Hidden Door' in Asian Paints, Colour Quotient Exhibition 'A day without vehicles' with Urban Redevelopment Authority, solo exhibition. Book A Blink in Time. Memories of Singapore's Vanishing Past "A photographer's journey is not effortless. The strength that keeps me going is the burning passion and the desire to capture more captivating images." View all posts by Capture Asia Photography Blog