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Justin Ng Photography
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Internationally Acclaimed Photographer based in Singapore
Internationally Acclaimed Photographer based in Singapore

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"Rising Milky Way above Marina Bay Sands and Spectacular Laser Show in Singapore"

The image is a result of stacking several exposures taken, without moving the camera or changing the lens, over a period of approximately 35 minutes. It shows you how the night sky looked like at 9.10PM SGT before the spectacular laser show started from 9.30PM SGT onwards.

http://www.justinngphoto.com/2014/07/22/21-july-2014-rising-milky-way-above-marina-bay-sands-and-spectacular-laser-show-in-singapore/
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28 June 2014 - Rising Milky Way above spectacular lightning show in Mersing, Malaysia.

More information about this image at http://www.justinngphoto.com/2014/06/30/27-june-2014-3d2n-astrophotography-trip-to-mersing-malaysia/
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As the title says, I’m officially on WhoSay.com now! Just setup my profile in WhoSay.com, the first media company that’s powered by celebrities themselves, after I’ve accepted their invitation a few days back and I am ready to make my first post anytime from now.

It’s recent partnership with Time Inc.’s PEOPLE, the world’s most successful entertainment magazine brand, on 26 March 2014 also marks the first time the celebrities can now immediately publish content on PEOPLE.com along with their current social channels. 

Here’s a glimpse on how my profile looks like in WhoSay.com and my profile link at http://www.whosay.com/justinngphotography
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Camelopardalids meteor captured in Jebel Al Jais mountain in United Arab Emirates. Read more at http://www.justinngphoto.com/2014/05/27/24-may-2014-camelopardalids-meteor-at-jebel-al-jais-mountain/
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Is this image real or fake? This post attempts to help you better understand my creations.

http://www.justinngphoto.com/2014/05/20/is-this-image-real-or-fake/

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This tutorial shows you how I shoot the Milky Way that's obscured by the extreme light pollution in Singapore, using photography equipment that you may already have and a workflow that probably works on most versions of Photoshop. I will be using a single exposure  image that I took from Sentosa, Singapore on 06 March 2014 to show you how it can be achieved without purchasing additional plugins for Photoshop.

http://www.justinngphoto.com/2014/05/16/how-i-photograph-the-milky-way-from-light-polluted-skies-of-singapore/
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