Tag Archive: Photography

Ril’s Steakhouse & Remembering Old KL

Bagai Kacang Lupakan Kulit. — old Malay proverb. If history is like our parents as TimeOut KL’s editor, Lim Chee Wah, suggested in the February’12 issue, then we are guilty of irreverence and negligence. Lim writes in his editorial note, “the past is a very powerful thing and it’s not just about nostalgia or having…

Blessings Countdown 2011: Christmas in Margaret River

I must say, without a doubt, we all deserve to pop open more than a few spectacular bottles of wine to celebrate the end of what has been, personally and I’m sure for many as well, a dreadful year – an annus horribilis as the English Queen would say. Without going into a lot of…

Day Trip: Photowalk at Morib Beach, Hai Yew Heng Pau & Cendol Banting Kamarudin

Adele angrily launched straight into the chorus of her hit single, “Rolling in the Deep“. Groggily I came out of slumber and instantly regconised the ringtone. I picked it up and checked the time, it was half-past-bloody-six in the morning. Damn, it’s still dark out there. Who on earth would be calling me so early…

How to Photograph Food & Hennessy X.O Appreciation Grows Gastronomy 2011 with Chef Cheong Liew

Make no mistakes about it that everyone, and I mean everyone, can take photographs of food. It’s blatantly easy, all you need is a camera, and you start shooting. Viola. Food shots. But making a dish look like culinary pornography, that’s a whole different thing all together – it’s an art form that only a…

Pierre, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong: Our Grand Finale

I was out on a walk in Chinatown last weekend and noticed a peculiar sign at the back of the flower market. It read: “Please leave all your personal problems behind when you leave home for work.” What a very odd place for such a sign, I thought. I could have sworn that it was…

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