The photos above were taken from my sister's residence, a HDB Flat in Singapore. The first one was taken in the daylight whereas the second was taken at night after all the streets and the adjacent flats were lighted up.
The neat and tidy environment around the HDB flats impressed me, and I wonder if only the government of Malaysia could have half the efficiency of Singapore government, the country would prosper in no time, given the available natural resources and land that Singapore is lack of.
The photo at daylight was a random shot with small aperture for increased depth of field, whereas the photo at night was experimented with low shutter speed of approximately one second and the result turned out to be reasonably bright. As the photos were taken with free hand without using a tripod, the image at night is not as sharp due to shaky hand I guess……..
The last photo here was taken at Johor Bahru Danga Bay during the eve of Christmas. The blurry image is even more evident with slow shutter speed and shaky hand. I believe if I slow down the shutter speed further and with the use of a tripod, the photo would have turned out brighter, sharper and better. It is a challenge to do night photography.......