For a good cause

By SHARMILA NAIR WHAT is the craziest thing you would do in the name of charity? Well, TV personality Hansen Lee conducted an auction in a freezing cold venue … with his t-shirt off. Of course, none of the audience member at Twestival KL complained. Have you seen Hansen’s ripped body? It’s amazing. Anyway, […]

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Toying around

Story and photos by JASON LIOH IT’S not just the Singaporeans who are going crazy over collectible toys. Some Malaysians have been pretty gung-ho over the Despicable Me “minions” you get with your Happy Meal. But instead of just buying it, playing with it and then dumping it once the craze is over, why […]

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The perfect balance

By JASON LIOH WHITE balance is a feature available in most cameras. Different light sources can create a colour tint in your photos, and this feature helps correct that so the colours on your photo are more “natural”, which is basically how they appear to you through your naked eye. Most cameras have preset […]

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Life in a frame

By JASON LIOH MY trusty five-year-old Canon EOS 40D died on me two months ago. After much consideration (read: budget constrain), I finally got a Canon EOS 6D to replace my work horse. The camera is equipped with a 20.2 megapixel full frame (35.8*23.9mm) CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5+ image processor, ISO range of 100 […]

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Big purchase

By JASON LIOH Buying a compact camera is a lot easier and simpler compared to buying a DSLR. Buying your first DSLR will require spending more time and research as you’ll be splurging a few thousand ringgit on a gadget that you would probably be using for the next few years. To help you […]

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Foodie pics

By JASON LIOH PHOTOGRAPHING food used to be a habit among food bloggers in the past but thanks to photo sharing sites like Instagram, that habit has been taken to a whole new level. Almost everyone takes photos of food now. People even joke that they can’t enjoy their food until a photo of […]

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Phone photos

By JASON LIOH I HAVE a confession here; I used to sneer at those who use their mobile phones as their primary cameras. Regardless of all the unique selling points advertised by phone manufacturers, I believed it was still a camera that produced sub-par quality images. The low megapixel count, a smaller-than-your-pinky-fingernail sensor size, […]

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Just shoot it

By JASON LIOH The introduction of digital cameras more than a decade ago has revolutionised the way we take photographs. Cost of photography is significantly reduced as users are no longer required to buy rolls after rolls of films and developing them at a photo shop. Instant preview, intelligent guide mode and other built-in camera […]

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Landscape Styles

By Jason Lioh – I love landscape photography, be they natural or urban scenic views. In fact, I love this form of photography so much that whenever I travel to a foreign place, I always end up more such shots than any with myself in them.

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