INSPIRED

October 12, 2016


Be inspired. Be creative.
Earlier this year, we went to Singapore and I posted a blog about our travel experiences and the photos I took. I shared this to Resorts World Sentosa at Singapore and was not expecting in return. Luckily, they shared my blog post and it was inspiring to do more of photography. The only creature that I was focusing on taking pictures was the Jellyfish. I didn't know that those kinds of Jellyfish still exist. I enjoyed how they swim gracefully. I like weird creatures or deadly creatures though but Jellyfish were really beautiful to look at. Like what I have said before from my previous post, they're like wearing long gowns, flaunting in the runway.

Later that time, it was posted again by Resorts World Sentosa but an Indonesian account. I checked the account and it was legit and I was really so inspired to do more. I know SUCCESS starts from little things. 

Back when I was enhancing my photos before it was posted, I really took the time enhancing the photos and trying to make the photos with not too much filter since I didn't want my subject to be so editorial. I just want them to flaunt how they really look like and seems that Resorts World Sentosa liked the photos I took.


Shared from the Resorts World Sentosa, Indonesian Account.


 Here are some of the photos I took from my previous post:

S.E.A Aquarium X Jellyfish


S.E.A Aquarium X Jellyfish (Part II)




By the way, I enhanced them through my phone since I do not have any photo editor that time. Just being creative and resourceful. Some of these photos were posted on my Instagram account too. Check them out if you have time! 

Feel free to comment below and tell me as to how to improve or anything that you think can help improve my photography.

'till next post!

39 comments

  1. Wow! Those jelly fishes �� . It's really heart-warming when our works are appreciated by others. And yes I agree, success starts from small things. Keep writing and be inspired always. ��

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  2. Wow! Having your pictures shared by Resorts World Sentosa is not something worth celebrating! This proves that you have an eye for photography and it reflects on your pictures. Those jellyfish looks real in pictures. hehe! :)

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    1. I was really inspired taking pictures while they were swimming. Thank you Kriswanders, and I'll continue to improve my photography. -Jay

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  3. Beautiful captures Jay. Those creatures (although I'm scared of them) deserve to be captured wonderfully. Keep sharing photos. The world is livelier with lotsa good photos.

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    1. Beautiful creatures indeed!! Thanks Rea -Jay

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  4. Jellyfishes are amazing. Even though most jellyfishes are venomous, their medical uses are well known. These gentle floaters have survived major Mass Extinctions due to the fact that they just need to be in water and can eat just about anything from Protozoans to planktons to floating bread crumbs. :D

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    1. Oh I learned something more bout the creatures I photographed. Thanks JD!

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  5. Nice pics! I hope this leads to you guys doing pictures for Resorts World Sentosa! Hehehe.

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    1. It is one of my goals to be featured or doing pictures for Resorts World Sentosa. I hope this will come true someday. Thanks Jullian.

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  6. These are beautiful! :) Great pictures jay. The first time I saw jellyfish was when we had a fieldtrip in Ocean Park :)

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    1. Thanks Mika! I was like swimming too while taking pictures. I was not breathing too while taking pictures just not to blurred the pictures.

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  7. Wow, these are really great shots! What amazes me most is that you only enhanced it using your phone. Amazing!

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    1. Haha when creativeness attacks and boredom, I enhanced them using my phone. lol. Thanks- Jay

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  8. Wow, I'm not an expert in photography and never been good at it. They said if you do good in your craft people will certainly appreciate it. You inspired me to this blog post of yours. Sentosa is truly thankful for doing great in your photography since they have shared what you have got along.

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    1. That is what I thought too. Thanks

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  9. Beautiful shots and congrats on Resorts World Sentosa sharing your photos. Keep on pressing the trigger -- who knows who else will be inspired by your creativity. :D

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  10. Dang! These photos are dope! What camera did you used?

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    1. Thanks Christoeffer! I used the NIKON dslr.

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  11. Really nice photos! I wanna book a flight to Singapore and see them for real. What are your next travel plans?

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    1. You should book a flight now to Singapore and see them swimming too. Our next travel plans will be heading to HK and Macau this Christmas! Thanks kuya Carlo.

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  12. What else to improve? This is already divine! We can't blame ResortsWorldSantosa for reposting such amazing photos! And I'm more amazed that you only edited them through your phone. Wow!!!

    x, Kat of Nested Thoughts

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    1. Yes I enhanced them using my phone.. Few contrast adjustments and voila!! Thanks Kat- Jay

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    2. Yes I enhanced them using my phone.. Few contrast adjustments and voila!! Thanks Kat- Jay

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  13. WOW great shots jay you deserve it. The pictures are really great and you really give a lot of efforts in capturing that jellyfish. Thumbs up

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    1. Thanks Chris. I need these comments to inspire me more. lol.

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  14. Wasn't able to go to RW Sentosa last time. I am convinced to go there because of your jellyfish snaps! So beautiful!

    Love,
    www.channelmarie.com

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    1. You should go next time and swim with them. Lol. Thanks Channel! -Jay

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  15. Great shots that are totally worth being shared! By the actual place's social media accounts nonetheless! Continue doing it and you just might start scoring free stuff or accommodations from them or other establishments! :D

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    1. I hope it will come true. Thanks-Ramzy

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  16. Those were beautifully captured Gee! Thanks for making a post about it, and yeah you should really be proud of this. :) Kudos. *clap* *clap*

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    1. *clap *clap.. but Jay took the photos. lol -Jay

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  17. Great looking photos! Take more photos like this and keep inspiring the rest of us!

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    1. I will take more photos and give inspiration to others. Thanks -Jay

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  18. Jelly fish is a good subject for photography.. you can play around the lights as their body captures them due their transparent like body.

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    1. That is really what I am amazed while taking pictures of them. -Jay

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  19. Congratulations on getting your photos featured. It is a nice feeling to see that your photos are being appreciated by other people to the extent that they are posting it on their feed too.

    Jellyfish are amazing to look at. The're so graceful BUT I still despise them. I was stung by a jellyfish when I was a kid and I can't forget the pain even up to this day. Huhu

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    1. They're only good to look at when they are swimming ALONE or with their other Jellyfish friends. HAHA-JAY

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