KLCC Long Distance by Night

Believe it or not, this shot is a still from a video camera, taken with a lens that is at least 20 years old. I was testing out my old Mamiya 220mm lens on the Red, shooting timelapses from my balcony, which is about 8km (5 miles) away from KLCC Twin Towers. Marrying new tech like the Red with classic lenses from the past can yield some lovely surprises. In this case, the sharpness on this image is incredible, especially if you consider that the light had to travel through 8Km of KL's diesel-laden atmosphere. To check out the full size 4K Ultra HD version (which makes lovely wallpaper), click this link. It might take a while to load because it's a 10MB file.

KL Skyline up close by night.

Super High Res Caltex Station

Here's a commissioned job I did recently for Caltex Singapore's new office. The finished shot is up on a wall about 5 metres wide, all printed at magazine quality 300dpi. You can walk right up to it and see intricate detail as if you were there. The finished artwork is over 58,000 pixels wide and is made up of more than 280 individual 21 mega pixel shots. You may think that it doesn't look like that in real life. Sure it doesn't. The sky was shot in Utah, USA, and the cars in the foreground were shot in Kuala Lumpur.

Super High Res Shot of Caltex Tampines, Singapore