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Mosaic Music Festival 2010
Soaking into the mood of Mosaic Music Festival 2010 at the Esplanade was our attempt to kill two birds with one stone after our night shoot at Marina Barrage. In my opinion, shooting a live concert (at night) is one of the more challenging aspects of photography. There are always inconstant blast of lights, artists jumping around and the occasional surprise element such as the smoke or wind machine and confetti falling. It's always a bonus when you're just a casual amateur in photography, which also means you get to enjoy the music without too much stress.

We couldn't resist free music gigs.

Mosaic Music Festival 2010
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Saritah from Australia charms the audience with her eclectic Soul Reggae sound and powerful lyrics.

Mosaic Music Festival 2010
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No Request performs music from the Solid Gold era. Lot of Bee Gees, think there was Grease and they had to end with the classic YMCA!

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No Request is formed by a group of four veteran (band members at least 40 years in age) set musicians from the English and Mandarin Singaporean pop scene. No Request has played their distinctive blend of acoustic pop covers in many major clubs and bars.

I can't rave about the music... never been a disco era kinda gal. The Fusion and Acid Jazz gigs on the night Babyface performed sounded waaaaaaaay groovier. Then again, the test run on the Canon PowerShot S90 turned out to be pretty impressive. That I cannot complain.

Canon PowerShot S90 Compact Power!
Marina Barrage City Skyline (Night)
Babyface Live @ Mosaic Music Festival Singapore 2010
Sustainable Singapore Gallery at the Marina Barrage
Harry Connick, Jr Live @ Mosaic Music Festival Singapore
Hey Harry!
All Ready for Harry Connick, Jr
Mosaic Music Festival "On Air - In the House"

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