Inside the architecture itself is a series of lines discipline! My first architecture series in Twenty Fifteen. Am interested to challenge myself to photograph WCEGA Tower from a more artistic approach. I captured and edited in a way to let it be ‘quiet’, instead of creating a commercial selling point from a commercial building.
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Based in Singapore, Ricky is an independent photographer whose work has won multiple awards and been featured on numerous popular websites and magazines locally and internationally. Notably, his project Hidden Door, which took him two years to painstakingly capture 600 hidden doors in Singapore, was lauded for its unique subject and perspective. He has also co-authored a photography book titled A Blink in Time: Memories of Singapore's Vanishing Past. Spurred by his unwavering passion for photography with a curious eye for angles, light and details, he aims to elevate the aesthetics of images for his clients through distinct perspectives. Known for his versatility, perseverance, easy-to-work-with and can-do attitude, he dedicates his time and creativity wholly to the art of photography. Ricky has been represented in Europe by Production Paradise since 2015 and is contributing to the Alamy and NOI Pictures. He has also spent four weeks in Vietnam working on various projects with a creative agency. In Ricky's own words, if you engage his photography service, he promises to "give you his best shot." View all posts by Capture Asia Photography Blog