|Visiting hipster neighbourhood with the wife and son|
If we talked about cafe hopping and "hipster land", I am very sure Tiong Bahru is the 1st place that comes to your mind. I've been visiting the land of hipsters pretty often these days for photoshoot. So much so that I believe I've visited it more often in the last month as compared to my last 31 yrs combined.
I mean work aside, I've decided to bring the wife and son for a nice Sunday morning brunch and the wife was like "why are all these people dressed in big hats and funky outfit? how come they all look the same?" Did I tell you my wife is like a 60 yrs old woman trapped in a 30 yrs old body? (I'm glad it is not the other way round) She never understand the meaning of trend and the need to follow it. (The real hipster has spoken.)
As we all know, there's no free brunch in this world. For a $70 brunch at Open Door Policy, my wife and son (who didn't even eat anything) had to be my not-exactly-free models. And the poor wife also has to try her best to figure out the meaning of composition, manual focus, etc etc, and where to click. As for baby Seth, "BABY SMILE FOR DADDY!!"... "ok ok, don't smile never mind, just don't cry okay?"
So a baby pig is piglet. A baby hipster is a hiplet?
|"huh? Is it going to be my life from now on?" Modelle on Instagram since 2016.|
It's not easy being a hipster okay? You have no idea how many shots we tried to get that 9 nice nice images to fit into that blardy square. See, totally got him knocked out. lei lei lor~
Open Door Policy:
Address: 19 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168650
Phone: 6221 9307
Hours: Opens Daily · 12–3PM, 6–11PM