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Interior Photography and interactive panoramic tour

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Photography: Erictangallery
Interior Designer: DAP Atelier
Location : Ping Yi Green











Click on the link or the image below for interactive panoramic tour.


Check out the link -> for other houses that we have visited previously.

Interior Photography + Interactive Panoramic Tour

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Photography: Erictangallery
Interior Designer: DAP Atelier
Location : Twin Waterfalls













Click on the link or the image below for interactive panoramic tour.


Check out the link -> for other houses that we have visited previously.

Panorama Interior Photography

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Another interior photography project that i have done.

Interior Design by Ascenders Design Studio

Click on image for the interactive version…have fun….:)

Interior Photography – See and look differently

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Recently i have been exploring different way on how interior photography can be taken.
Still, panorama, interactive etc.

Here’s something that i have been playing around recently.

Interior Design by UMP Concept

Click on image for the interactive version…have fun….:)

Little bit and pieces toward new stage of my life – Interior photography – My turn to ponder… (Part 1-living room)

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I have been doing interior photography for quite a while and when the date drawn nearer for me to collect my flat (Actually there is a couple of months before it is completed…i am just kiasu), i am completely clueless in how i wanted my living room to be.

So in order to kickstart**, let me recap on the few living room design that i had took and had drawn my attention previously.

**Not in any order or preference

By: UMPConcept

Not a fan of industrial design however for this particular house. The industrial and rustic feel of the living room is not overly done. The black board adds further “depth to the boring rectangular Singapore HDB living room. (**good idea…maybe i should consider that too.)

By: UMPConcept

I like the simplicity of this living room for some reasons. (**which i can’t tell at this moment.)

By: Ascenders Design Studio

I always like how Ascenders designs their living room. For those that i have been to, they always have this little corner for wearing of shoes within the living room. This partly segregated corner also add a little bit of privacy for home owners. (*thats my thoughts)

By: Ascenders Design Studio

A very resort feel. I like the design of the shelves very much. This living room resembles more of a resort i must say. (*one that calm and relax the mind…..)

(*not my preference but definitely pretty unique.)

By: Ascenders Design Studio

Like how the additional corner are being designed for this living room.

Back to the question on how i wanted my living room to be:

  1. it must look spacious while retaining some privacy….
  2. It must have some elements of surprise but still not too much
  3. It must look clean and easy to look at
  4. There must be sufficient compartment to store my books (although i don’t read much)
  5. It must be unique and but not too unique
  6. And this list will continue….

My neighborhood in Pano no no no

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Having some fun with Panoramic photography.

Check out below link for interactive 360 degree view…

Interactive 360 degree

Shooting in one of singapore most prized location

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Recently, I had the opportunity to step into one of singapore most prized location, sentosa cove, for an interior photography assignment.

The view from balcony of a property that is worth approximately S$3000 psf.

Located on the extreme side of Sentosa, away from the busy city street or packed residential area of Singapore, with excellent sea view and a constant supply of sea breeze, this place is like a mini paradise.

(Seriously speaking who doesn’t wish to stay here.)