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Showing posts from May, 2009

How to Take a Picture of Your Website in 4 Steps

Here's a full view of the front page of my website.
Taken on 14 May 2009 for the record and for fun.
I think my site looks great! What do you think?

How to Take a Picture of Your Website in 4 Steps:
Download and install Firefox. Download and install add-on ScreenGrab.Move cursor to the bottom right of Firefox Browser and click on ScreenGrab icon.
Click Save > Complete Page/Frame.Enjoy!
Adrian Lee

Music for Studying

(If you see an error, just click the play button and it will continue playing)

A playlist I thought will be good for my kids.
Try playing it softly in the background while they study.
My wife fell asleep. I was motivated to write.
How about you?

Adrian Lee

Golden Sunset on a Cloudy Day in Sentosa

I caught this footage while waiting for a corporate dinner to start.

This was at the south western beach of Sentosa Island, Singapore.

The video camera was shooting like only 15 minutes non-stop.

I wanted to shoot more but I have work to do, especially when the sun was closer to the horizon.

The horizon is rather unique. Unlike most tropical island sunset images, this one has container cranes and smoke chimneys sticking out.

The video clip is for sale as a royalty-free stock footage at Pond5. Click on the video for more information. Or click here for details about the Golden Sunset on a Cloudy Day.


Adrian Lee

PS: Please view more of my Royalty-free Stock Footage Video Clips here.

Eat What You Shoot. Shoot What You Eat.

What I love best about my job is the food.

Especially the food from a 5 or 6-star hotel.

Get paid to eat and drink. That's lifestyle!

This video is a snippet of a recent 1-week video shooting stint.

Tour with me along Singapore River on an electric-powered bumboat.

YES! the bumboats are now powered by battery. No smoke, no smell.

The boats cannot go as fast as before, the bumboat operator told me.

Anyway, it's a river cruise. Save the Earth!

My foreign friends got to sip Singapore Sling in Raffles Hotel.

Throw peanut shells all over the Long Bar without getting fined.

You haven't visited Singapore if you haven't seen the Merlion and the ERP.

Sentosa is a haven for peacocks, though I saw more of peahens and peachicks.

OK, not just get paid to eat, but also travel and tour.

I love my job. Hire me if you have places to go and events to remember.


Adrian Lee
The Videographer