Being finally free from school (potentially forever..?), calls for a commemoratory event like a graduation photoshoot with the friends.
These are the guys I’ve stuck with through the 3 years in NUS – going through multiple school projects, quick lunches at Deck, sitting in boring/interesting lectures, reminding each other to bid for modules, etc. and eventually graduating together now!
From seeing countless of Instagram photos of the National Gallery since it opened late last year, I have been wanting to go there myself.
At last, Raey and I made a photo trip to the National Gallery Singapore! The architecture was amazing, the place was spacious, and it was empty and quiet enough for a photoshoot day.
Ever since visiting Changi Beach Club for the first time with my family, I’ve always thought Changi Boardwalk made an amazing location for photos. I see some blogshops taking their photos there too, so clearly it isn’t a newly discovered place.
With much enthusiasm and spontaneity, Rachel and I decided to make a trip down to Changi Boardwalk to experiment with each others’ camera lenses and have a mini shoot like we used to (x).