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At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 2 I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodle Factory ~ Part 3   Leave a comment


Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodle Factory ~ Part 3
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 2   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 2

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodle Factory
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodle Factory ~ Part 1   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodle Factory ~ Part 1

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory

The Thai Buddhist Temple in Vietnam in landscape format   Leave a comment


The Thai Buddhist Temple in Vietnam

This is a Thai Wat or Buddhist Temple in Vietnam near Ho Chi Minh City in monochrome. I had the opportunity of taking the photograph but did not actually centralize the framing properly. We were given less than an hour to take photographs here as we were travelling quite a distance to another town.

SP Lim

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The Thai Buddhist Temple in Vietnam

The Thai Buddhist Temple in Vietnam   Leave a comment


The Thai Buddhist Temple in Vietnam

This is a Thai Wat or Buddhist Temple in Vietnam near Ho Chi Minh City in monochrome. I had the opportunity of taking the photograph but did not actually centralize the framing properly. We were given less than an hour to take photographs here as we were travelling quite a distance to another town.

SP Lim

Vietnam Photo Expedition 5D CF Part 1 333

At the local Vietnamese Noodles Factory   Leave a comment


At the local Vietnamese Noodles Factory

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at the local Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was minimal lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The whitish smoky steam made some interesting addition to the dark scene in the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all. This was the whole backyard factory with the equipment stacked neatly. There shall be a series of 10 photographs to illustrate the female noodle-maker steaming the rice noodles.

SP Lim

Noodle Factory

At the local Vietnamese Noodles Factory
This was the whole backyard factory with the equipment stacked neatly.
SP Lim

Night Photography of the Vietnamese River – Part 3   Leave a comment


Night Photography of the Vietnamese River – Part 3

There was a river beside the hotel where we were staying for the night in Vietnam during our Photographic Society of Penang’s Photo Expedition. The usual advice by the photographer-cum-tourguide was not to bring any camera outside the hotel especially at night for security reasons. However, the scenic view by the river-side was too irresistible not to capture the beautiful night scene. So a few courageous of the photographers, including the blogger, took their DSLR’s and tripods to capture a few shots but turned to more than 50 snap shots per photographer while the rest went to bed. No risks, no gain. Luckily, we came back safe and sound with great photographs.

SP Lim

The First Bridge

Night Photography of the Vietnamese River – Part 3
There was a river beside the hotel where we were staying for the night in Vietnam during our Photographic Society of Penang’s Photo Expedition. The First Bridge.

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