Have your ever tried painting with lights and create your own stunning masterpieces?
Singapore food photographer; Calvin Huang was invited to be filmed on MediaCorp OKTO TV show “The Art Bus” He creatively combines Art and Science together and explores the art of Light Painting Photography and will be sharing useful tips on how you could create your very own light painting. Light painting is a photographic technique in which exposures are made by moving a hand-held light source while taking a long exposure photograph, either to illuminate a subject or to shine a point of light directly at the camera, or by moving the camera itself during exposure. The Art Bus was aired on 2nd July 2013, 10pm on OKTO channel.
Do you know what’s going behind the scene of every mouthwatering food photos that you’ve seen in commercial advertisements?
Have you came across the fine prints in the restaurants’ menu that states “Photos are for illustration purpose only” A lot of the dishes that we shot during our food photography shoots actually can’t be eaten. Artificial ingredients or tools have been added to the dish to make it more appealing and attractive.
Singapore food photographer; Calvin Huang will share with you and Xiaxue how to take a great food photo by transforming “inedible food” to “visually appetizing food” The show is call “Xiaxue’s Guide to Life” This episode was aired on 20th April 2012.
“The Big Shot 2” was aired on 14th September 2011 where 8 photographers were specially selected across Singapore to participate in a photography competition broadcast on MediaCorp Channel 5, sponsored by Nikon Singapore.
Singapore food photographer; Calvin Huang had the pleasure to be selected as one of the 8 finalists in Singapore. Watch how he battled the intense competition and managed to capture photos of a moving sports car. Taking photos of a moving sports car was hard enough and to shoot a moving car while mounted onto the back of a moving lorry was even harder. At the same time, I also need to compose my shots and frame. It’s actually harder than it looks. Did I mention about the scorching hot weather?