5 Places In Singapore To Take The Best Blogshop Photos

Jun 9, 2015

Faulted by pessimistic perspectives through tired, local eyes, our creativity is binded to the preferred green screens and unpretentious white studios that we entrust to take the perfect shot for our brand.  That stingy attitude towards this tiny, overly congested island immediately recognizes even the best of locations as ‘mainstream’ and therefore leaves you unimpressed.

So that’s it. We know, being average is out of the question, but do not let the ‘mainstream’ system delude you into thinking loopholes are non-existing. In other words, these 5 locations (however ordinary you may see it) will undoubtedly change your perspective on product photography.

Changi Airport
Immersing modern architecture and vibing off the in and out culture to back your photos is a direction to consider.


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Punggol Waterway Park
Occupying the northeastern district of Singapore lies a beaut of a park offering four themes for you to choose from: Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone and Green Gallery.


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Haji Lane
Hipster haven renders the audacity to exhale vibrant and free-styling colours through cultured spray paintings on sides of the carefully restored and conserved shophouses.


Image Source: Singapore Tourism Board

CHIJMES
Behind the cloistered walls of the convent, now, in the 20th century, little has changed besides the purpose of this gothic composed space. Spiral staircases, an underlying courtyard and long pathed corridors confronts everyone’s creative lenses.   


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Street Courts
Straightforward and easily accessible this space generally goes unnoticed but will surprise you.


Image Source: http://j0035001-2.blogspot.sg/2014/05/singapore-choa-chu-kang-north-park.html