June 7, 2020

The authorities made a recent appeal and urged donors to come forward to replenish blood stocks. Levels of blood stocks fell critically as measures for the Circuit Breaker tightened, and a majority of the population worked and stayed at home. My first donation was ove...

March 8, 2020

To commemorate International Women’s Day 2020 we speak to a woman who understands beauty. An award-winning doctor, she dabbles with jewellery designing, writing, photography and philanthropy. Despite her many accolades she remains grounded and compassionate. Here we ca...

February 11, 2020

Through out all these experiments I learnt that when different aspects of a graphic or photo command equal attention then there is balance. This includes negative space. Often this is the element that creates balance. It's what forces the viewers attention to a par...

April 23, 2019

Why did you join the SAFVC? I have been asked this question multiple times in the last few weeks. There have been so many reactions like awe, surprise, horror, disbelief and shock, when I narrate my story. So here is my story of why I spent two weeks with the SAFVC.

January 30, 2019

Madhu and Harish wanted celebrate their little baby boy Shaan. He arrived in their lives after what seemed like a lifetime. Even Mishka, their Shiba Inu, warmed up to the arrival of her baby brother.

We begun the session at Hortpark and ended with some very cozy images...

October 14, 2018

This particular food photography shoot involved so many elements that the best way to make it work was through symmetry. Symmetry was the key to making all 22 ingredients stand out. Once that concept was locked in, the rest just followed. Paring the masalas with contra...

October 8, 2018

This was the one shoot where there was almost nothing done to the picture except a little clean up, darkening shadows and some sharpening. No filters, no saturation and no digital manipulation.

September 23, 2018

Photographing food or people is not all that different. To me it is all about the light. How I can manipulate it, what the focus of the shot should be and most importantly the story this picture tells.

Sowmiya Venkatesan, a very talented vegetarian food blogger at Kechi...

September 1, 2018

Mt Kinabalu has been on my bucket list for a while. I first heard about it a couple of years ago and saw a gorgeous picture taken at sunrise at the summit. That was it, I wanted to go. I jumped at the opportunity when I heard a friend mention that she had booked the...

September 1, 2018

1. It’s tougher than you think. Do not underestimate the Mt Kinabalu. Respect it.

I thought I was ready for this climb. Turns out I was not as ready as I thought. Unless this is the kind of thing you do often, I can assure you that this mountain will challenge you. Be p...

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CHARU SHAH

Welcome to the blog:

An editorial photographer based in Singapore. A NAFA and LASALLE graduate with 10+ years of experience in branding, graphic design, web design, art & creative direction, digital marketing and photography.

 

Specializing in natural light photography and creating compelling visuals for brands through design and photography. Executed a wide range of photography and styling projects with a diverse client base. Her clients include Singapore MasterChef Sowmiya Venkatesan and Performing artists like Shantha Ratii, F&B clients like Wooloomooloo Group, RedDot Brewhouse, Podi & Poriyal and YoRipe, corporates like Duke NUS (LCPC) and Triterras Asia and portrait shoots for families.

 

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