A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!



Monday Murals Reminiscing Old Changi Days by Yip Yew Chong

This 37m long mural at Changi Airport Terminal 4 Basement level reminisces the old Changi days before Changi Airport was built in 1970s. From aeroplane-watching at Changi beach, to peeking over the fence of the Royal Air Force Station; From playing ‘tarik upih’ with village kids, to shopping and dining at the variety of shophouses lining Changi Village; The mural transports you to a charming old world brimming with new aspirations.

Instead of taking a picture of the long mural on each side of the corridor I decided to take a picture of each panel and post them over a longer period of time. The murals are so full of details it seems like a waste of the artist work to not give it justice.

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In case you are interested here‘s the Speedup video of my session of the photo shoot with Jeremy Cowart (the original was 10+ minutes long!)

He usually live stream the sessions but there were some technical difficulties that day and he couldn’t so I decided to screen record it. Unfortunately once I was online with him it cut the audio on the recording (Not sure I would have shared our conversation anyway) so I added some music to make it less boring.

For the techies: I editd the video with LumaFusion. I had read amazing reviews from people I follow on social media and thought they were doing their editing on Apple Final Cuts and/or Adobe Premiere. I took the plunge because I was reaching the limit of what Photoshop could do with videos.

PS: wordpress/email readers… you might need to click the link below to see the video.

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