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Written by Delwin Keasberry Monday, 07 April 2014 19:57

Check out this video from the photoshoot of Royal Brunei's new heritage inspired uniforms.

 
Written by Delwin Keasberry Wednesday, 02 April 2014 18:20

Hi folks. Check out this video by @thefatbatman. He is into candid film making, and this was created after a recent trip to Dubai for a food expo. Enjoy!

 
Written by Delwin Keasberry Monday, 17 February 2014 21:55

profI am a fan of black and white photography. I find I tend to look longer at B&W photographs, especially good ones. They arrest my attention. They make me look deeper. There is a great quote by Robert Frank which goes “The eye should learn to listen before it looks.” B&W photography helps me understand that quote a little better.

This feature is about Nikki, one of my favourite B&W photographers. Check out her Instagram account @n1ks to find out why.

What do you do?
I work in the hospitality and travel industry, and my work takes me to many interesting places meeting many interesting people!

Describe yourself in a few words.
Introvert, Extremely nerdy, and a Go-Getter.

You have a great collection of black and white photographs on Instagram. What got you started?
Thanks! I’m really glad you enjoyed them! I’ve always loved the aesthetics of black and white photography, so it was only natural for me to shoot in black and white. I love how emotions, ideas and beauty can be expressed within the limited spectrum of black, white and the greys in between. Don’t get me wrong, I do love colours but I must admit that I’m partial to great black and white photography. 

Is this something you do with both a camera and a phone? Or just a phone? Does a lot of editing go into your pictures before you post them up?
I currently shoot using an iPhone 5 exclusively, and I started my portfolio with an iPhone 4 which actually had a faulty camera lens that couldn’t focus! It wasn’t till I was using a friend’s phone to take a picture that I realized that my phone was faulty. A lot of my earlier work featured that slightly hazy, slightly out of focus element that I think added a little bit of character to the photos.

In terms of editing, I use the Hipstamatic camera app, which shoots analog style pictures. The outcome is random based on the lens and film chosen, and there is little to no editing done after the photos are ‘developed’ in the app, apart from cropping. Lately though I have been experimenting with VSCOcam, and their black and white filters are awesome!

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What are three tips to a great black and white photograph?
Lighting. So so so important when it comes to B&W photos. Lighting really affects the contrast of the photos, so it really depends on what kind of photo you are going for.

Constant vigilance. Always be on the ready to snap a photo coz you never know when the right ‘Kodak moment’ will present itself.

Don’t be afraid to experiment. Try different angles, different editing techniques, different subjects to take photographs of.

 
Written by Delwin Keasberry Wednesday, 15 January 2014 10:16

Hi folks. I came across this video posted by NegarakuBruneiDarussalam on FB. Its description reads like this: "This video is to showcase one of the landmarks of Brunei Darussalam. A place rich with potentials, even for Parkour. And also about a friend, Jawed El Breni an actor mostly a stunt double from France who came to Brunei for Parkour training and we decided to make a video at the Water Village (Kampong Air) Jawed thinks that Brunei is a good place for training. However, the aim was to attract other parkour community from around the world."

I had to share it. Watch - you will understand why.

While you are here, check these local parkour videos out too.

 
Written by Delwin Keasberry Thursday, 01 August 2013 16:06

"This helps diminish the stereotype where graffiti is just vandalism...because if you look around, the amount of time and artistic value we put into our work – it’s not vandalism at all. Vandalism is destruction. What we are doing is creating something.”

 

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