Six and a half years ago, I went on, what I thought, was a once and a lifetime trip to India and Singapore. It turns out, I got to visit both countries again, coming back recently from a two-week business trip.
You know that I can be obsessive about photography — I shot over 10,000 photos, spread over three cameras. It’s not quite as bad as it seems. With two of my cameras, I shot JPEG and RAW, so my unique image count goes down to a “reasonable” 5,463. This is how the counts broke out.
|Canon G7X Mark II||2,037|
|Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II||874|
The actual counts were a little higher, but I started deleting some of the obvious non-keepers.
I shot a large variety, from street photography in the markets of India to the stunning architecture of Singapore. I even did a couple of model shoots. It’s going to take me a long time to sort though all the images but I’m starting my trip coverage today.
I shot this British Air Boeing 777 at Heathrow Airport at my first stop. I was only there for an hour or so, but it was enough for some architectural photos. The low-key Canon G7X Mark II worked great during transit. Stored in a small pouch around my shoulder, I can whip it out when something caught my fancy.
At most airports, you get a view of planes from the top. I like how I got a ground level perspective. No, I wasn’t on the tarmac. I was properly behind glass in the terminal building.
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