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Evening Sky

by Ricky Gui
Singapore SG

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The Artwork

I went back to the same 40th storey residential block to make a picture of the sunset at Singapore, however the sun that evening was blocked by the thick layers of cloud near the horizon. I thought an hour was wasted. Somehow the sky remained magical during that period- the sky was transformed into very gentle colours of light purple, orange and pink in color. At that moment this view intrigues me. I quickly used my 200mm lens to capture this scene, then later i decided to use the panning technique from left to right to give the scene a much more smoother and softer feeling. Customer who is interested in this picture can consider hanging it in the dining area, hall or bedroom to absord a calm and relax mind for yourself and your family. After a hectic day of stressful work, i want the home owner to step into a calm and relax house where he or she can admire the picture.

The Artist

Born in Singapore. Ricky has been actively creating pictures since he was 23. As he recalled, he occasionally taking photographs of his family member as early as 10 years old with a film camera.

He became a full-fledge independent photographer at the age of twenty-six and has never look back since. Known for his versatility, perseverance, easy-to-work-with and can-do attitude. He is capturing images for clients around the world in Singapore and other around Asia countries.

Spurred by his unwavering passion for photography with a curious eye for angles, light and details, he aims to elevate the aesthetics of images through distinct perspectives, he dedicates his time and creativity wholly to the art of photography during his free time.

Ricky whose work has won multiple awards and been featured on numerous popular websites and magazines locally and internationally. Notably, his project Hidden Door, which took him two years to painstakingly capture 600 hidden doors in Singapore, was lauded for its unique subject and perspective. He has also co-authored a photography book titled A Blink in Time: Memories of Singapore's Vanishing Past.

Ricky often find his inspiration through reading, observation and generating idea during his long stroll.

One of his visions is to have everyone own a high quality art photograph in their individual house and office. He want to create artwork that is uplifting, delighting and also inject aesthetics. A photograph that will generate endless enjoyment when each time you admire it.

Which one of my photographs is your favourite? Which one are you going to display in your home or office?

I also answer each email personally unless i am away. Send me your question, a specific picture you like me to sell or your feedback. I look forward to hearing from you.

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