Al Tan is a full-time professional  photographer based in Singapore. This was the formative years for him to hone his craft as he experimented with lighting, shooting angles and hues to arrive at the perfect picture. A perfect picture he learnt is subjective from the viewers' perspective and only measured by the intensity of emotions it's able to invoke.

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I’m a french photographer based the beautiful city of Singapore in south east asia. I am a very curious person and everything that I see I photograph it to make a beautiful memory. I live right in the heart of singapore near the world famous UNESCO heritage Singapore Botanical Garden. I know all the little secret places in this garden and the city itself.

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Life's moments are sometimes captured, but many are simply lost. And with the passage of time, important moments remain buried and forgotten. I am a self-taught photographer who pays careful attention to detail and focuses on capturing these most important life moments, from which you can derive a life time of joy.

For over two decades photography was only a passionate hobby. I just enjoyed crafting beautiful images of what I saw. Advances in technology and the ever changing world of DSLR cameras, lenses and accessories has made photography a unique and fascinating way for me to explore the world and its people. I am now a retired Engineer and this has given me an opportunity to pursue photography as a profession which has been close to my heart. Engineering demands precision, patience and perseverance (Three Ps) and I bring these to my photography, to capture children, birds and animals in the right moods and frames. I am also older and wiser now !!

It is my objective to make clients feel that my photos are unique, captivating and have a special style that pleases their eyes and hearts. It is not all about technique and latest equipment. It is also about waiting for that particular moment, the fleeting smile or the dart of an eye and capturing it.

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