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Hands down, we had a very wonderful time at Universal Studio in Singapore. For those who haven’t been there, I recommend strongly to visit it. I also recommend to have a wide angle lens with you atleast 35mm, you would have alot of opportunities where you need to large scenery into a frame, all the photos take below using Zeiss Baigon 21mm 2.8 Lens. If I had an option I would have used my summicron 35mm, but sadly I left it back home. But the 21mm did the job well.

The weather in Singapore were dark and sometime it was raining, so its important you have a wide aperture lens or a high good ISO capability camera. So that you have a constant high shutter speed due to constant action taking place at the Universal Studio. The way I do it, I set my iso around 600 and my aperture switching between 2.8 and 4. This way  I always had a shutter higher than 1/00 good enough to freeze any subject.
Anyway, hope you like the photos below, if you have any questions please feel free to comment below and I will get back to you

 

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  2 Responses to “Universal Studio Singapore”

  1. Great photographs with so much of vibrant colors.

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