📸 Skai Chan Photography

Tattoo Photographer in SG

Professional tattoo photographer in Singapore

The Tattoo Photographer

Professional tattoo photographer in Singapore Hi there, I'm Skai - a professional tattoo photographer based in Singapore. With my camera in hand, I specialise in capturing the artistry, beauty and uniqueness of tattoos and the individuals who wear them. As someone who appreciates the significance of tattoos as a form of personal expression, I believe that each tattoo tells a story that deserves to be captured and showcased in the most creative and meaningful way possible.

Apart from tattoo photography, I also do art portraits. My passion for photography extends beyond tattoos and I love to capture the essence of an individual's personality and character through my portraits. Whether it's a tattoo portrait or an art portrait, my goal is to bring out the beauty and uniqueness of each individual and create stunning images that will be cherished for a lifetime.

As a professional photographer, I am committed to providing my clients with a comfortable and enjoyable experience during their photoshoots. I offer a range of photography services, including on-location shoots, professional studio sessions and outdoor shoots, ensuring that my client's preferences and needs are met. Whether you're looking to showcase your tattoos or capture the essence of your personality through an art portrait, I'm here to help you bring your vision to life.

What Sets Skai Apart from Other Tattoo Photographers

  1. Skai's expertise in lighting: Skai is skilled in using professional lighting equipment to create eye-catching and flattering pictures. Unlike many other tattoo photographers who rely solely on natural light, Skai's use of lighting equipment helps to make his subjects look 3-dimensional and creates a unique look in his photos.
  2. Bespoke photography service: Skai offers bespoke photography services to his clients. This means that he can personalise and customise unique photo concepts for individuals, making the pictures meaningful to them and standing out from the crowd.
  3. Focus on making clients feel comfortable and safe: Skai places a strong emphasis on making his clients feel comfortable and safe during shoots. He tries to not have body contact with his clients and uses his friendly and approachable personality to put them at ease. This helps to create a relaxed and positive atmosphere, which in turn helps to produce better photos.
  4. On-location photography: Skai can do photography anywhere, that means at your home, a hotel, your office or outdoors. He owns professional lighting equipment and can do photography even at night or in dim places. This gives his clients more flexibility and options when it comes to choosing locations for their shoots.
  5. Affordable photography: Skai offers affordable photography services to his clients, making professional photography accessible to a wider audience. He calls his natural light photography "professional photography" and his flash photography "high-end photography", which allows clients to choose the style that best suits their needs and budget.

Find out more about what sets my photography apart from other photographers in terms of transparency, value for money, high-quality and personalised photos and great experience.

Testimonials: What Clients Say about Skai

Hey there! Curious about what it's like to work with me? Dive into the experiences of my past clients through their reviews. It's the best way to get a feel for my photography style and the kind of personalised, memorable sessions I strive to create. Your journey to stunning tattoo photography starts with the stories of those who've been there. Check out the reviews and let their words speak for themselves!

Portfolio: Tattoo Photoshoots

🔍8       Studio Implied Nude Tattoo Art Photoshoot - Isabelle Raphaela Leong @ Photography studio @ Tanjong Pagar
1. Isabelle Raphaela Leong

@ Photography studio @ Tanjong Pagar
⚑ Flash photography
🔍4       Studio Implied Nude Tattoo Art Photoshoot - Kelly Lim @ Makeshift Studio: Gold's Gym Singapore @ Lim Teck Kim
2. Kelly Lim

@ Makeshift Studio: Gold's Gym Singapore @ Lim Teck Kim
⚑ Flash photography

Tattoo Photography Services in Singapore

Hey there, welcome to Skai's Tattoo photography services! I'm your go-to photographer for capturing the beauty and artistry of tattoos. Whether it's a portrait of you and your ink or a fitness shoot that indirectly showcase your ink, I'm here to make sure your tattoos look amazing and that your personality shines through!

I get it, your tattoos are more than just designs on your skin, they represent a part of who you are, your experiences and your passions. And that's exactly what I aim to capture in my photos! My goal is to create stunning pictures that not only highlight your tattoos but also bring out your unique personality. Let's make sure your ink tells the story you want it to tell!

I'm here to make sure your tattoos look their absolute best and that you feel comfortable and confident throughout the whole shoot. Let's make some magic together!

Natural Light Tattoo Photography Session

In my natural light session, we let the sun work its magic, creating a dreamy and enchanting atmosphere. I've got an eye for those perfect angles and an understanding of how the sunlight dances on your skin, bringing out the intricate details and vibrant hues of your tattoos. It's all about that natural and organic look, where we celebrate the artistic side of your body art.

Flash (High-End) Tattoo Photography Session

If you're up for taking your tattoo game to a whole new level, buckle up for the high-end session! We're talking professional lighting equipment here, folks. I'll weave the light like a maestro, sculpting it to give your tattoos that mind-blowing, three-dimensional pop. It's the kind of style that screams "Look at me!" and turns your tattoos into the main event, stealing the show with a bold and dramatic flair.

Other Art Photography Sessions

I don't just specialise in tattoo photography. I believe in exploring various genres of art photography to expand our creativity and knowledge. Let me give you a sneak peek into some of the other exciting services I offer: boudoir photography, conceptual photography, implied nude photography and themed photography.

By delving into different genres, I become more versatile and adaptable, constantly learning and growing as an artist. I draw inspiration from each unique experience, honing my skills and bringing fresh perspectives to every shoot.

So, whether you're looking to capture your stunning tattoos, explore your sensuality, express your creativity through conceptual art or embark on a themed adventure, I'm here to make it happen. Let's embark on a journey of artistic exploration together and create breathtaking images that truly reflect your vision.

Booking Information

Hey there, interested in booking a tattoo photography session with me? Great choice! Let me give you all the information you need to get started.

  1. Contact me with the purpose: Firstly, to book a tattoo session with me, simply head to my contact page where you can find the link to text me via WhatsApp. Please indicate your purpose and the package you are interested in, or otherwise, I may mistake your text as a spam.
  2. Consultation: We will have a consultation to discuss the type of event, the date, location and your preferred style of photography. This will help me understand your vision and see if we are a perfect match. We will also go over the package options and pricing. However, do note that I will only provide guidance (advices, suggestions, tips etc) after you have confirmed and booked my services officially.
  3. Place deposit: To secure your booking, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required. Once your deposit is received, your date and time will be reserved exclusively for you.

    Don't worry, I'll send you all the necessary payment details when you decide to book with me. Payment can be made via PayNow or PayPal (PayPal requires extra fee).

    The remaining balance is due on the day of the photoshoot.

Remember that it's best to book my photography services in advance to ensure availability. So don't hesitate to contact me as soon as possible to secure your date!

Prices & Packages for Tattoo Photography

Before we jump into the lens magic, scan my service agreement and privacy policy. Every photographer has his playbook – flipping through mine ensures we're on the same visual wavelength.

🌞 Natural Light Photography

$400
Up to:   1.5 Hour + 45 photos

More Information

  • Pace of shoot: Slow
  • Venue: Provided by client
  • Digital copies (high resolution JPG)
  • Photos selection in low resolution PDF
  • NO raw files, NO unedited photos, NO items/services that aren't stated here.

Special Requests/ Add-Ons

(Subject to availability)
  • Privacy of photos (buy over the rights so that the photos won't be published anywhere, including on this website):
    +$100/hr booked
  • Face to Face discussion:
    Starting from +$100
  • Photographer to scout venue(s):
    Starting from +$100
  • Shoot at beach/ sandy/ dirty venue:
    Starting from +$50
  • Additional photos (basic edit):
    +$5/photo
  • Same-day photo edit (basic edit):
    +$50/photo
  • Expedited photo edit (basic edit: 3 days after shoot):
    +$50/hr booked
  • Advanced edit (skin retouching):
    +$50/photo
  • Revision of photo edit (advanced edit):
    +$15/photo
  • Hairstyling & Makeup:
    Refer to the Makeover Services page.

Venue Booking

(Subject to availability)
  • Gym space:
    Starting from +$100
  • Photo Studio:
    Refer to my photo studio page

Surcharges

(Subject to availability)
  • Shoots on any public holiday or eve of public holiday:
    Starting from +$100
  • Shoots that require meet-up before 7 am:
    Starting from +$150
  • Shoots that end later than 11 pm:
    Starting from +$150

⚑ Flash Photography

$600
Up to:   1.5 Hour + 45 photos
  • Additional Time: $100/block 30-minute
  • ⚑ Use of flash (one-light set-up)
  • Editing: Basic (exposure & colour correction)

More Information

  • Pace of shoot: Slow
  • Venue: Provided by client
  • Digital copies (high resolution JPG)
  • Photos selection in low resolution PDF
  • NO raw files, NO unedited photos, NO items/services that aren't stated here.

Special Requests/ Add-Ons

(Subject to availability)
  • Privacy of photos (buy over the rights so that the photos won't be published anywhere, including on this website):
    +$100/hr booked
  • Face to Face discussion:
    Starting from +$100
  • Photographer to scout venue(s):
    Starting from +$100
  • Shoot at beach/ sandy/ dirty venue:
    Starting from +$50
  • Additional lighting set-up:
    +$50/light
  • Additional photos (basic edit):
    +$5/photo
  • Same-day photo edit (basic edit):
    +$50/photo
  • Expedited photo edit (basic edit: 3 days after shoot):
    +$50/hr booked
  • Advanced edit (skin retouching):
    +$50/photo
  • Revision of photo edit (advanced edit):
    +$15/photo
  • Hairstyling & Makeup:
    Refer to the Makeover Services page.

Venue Booking

(Subject to availability)
  • Gym space:
    Starting from +$100
  • Photo Studio:
    Refer to my photo studio page

Surcharges

(Subject to availability)
  • Shoots on any public holiday or eve of public holiday:
    Starting from +$100
  • Shoots that require meet-up before 7 am:
    Starting from +$150
  • Shoots that end later than 11 pm:
    Starting from +$150

Quick Explanation of Photography Costs

I've streamlined my photography packages to be wallet-friendly, ensuring you get the best value. The most considerable portion of my photography cost is calculated based on:

  1. Duration booked: it includes changing of equipment, wardrobe, makeup, hairstyle and travelling during the shoot.
  2. Equipment required: natural light vs flash.
  3. Type of editing: basic vs advanced.
  4. Copyright/privacy: there's a fee should you don't want the photos to be published anywhere.
  5. Extensiveness of planning required.
  6. Special requests/ add-ons & surcharges.

Please read the full explanations so that you can make a better decision.

Special Requests

I've tailored these special requests and add-ons to cater to the unique tastes of my past clients, ensuring each voyage is personalised. The inclusion of these options aims to dissuade similar requests and, importantly, not as a means for me to pocket extra income from my future clients.

Think of it as a bespoke service, crafted with your preferences in mind rather than a cunning plan to boost the treasure chest.

Surcharges

Picture this – I'm here to offer you a good experience without breaking the bank. But, when a project starts encroaching on my personal space or health or requires any additional cost, a surcharge is the reality check. No beating about the bush – it's a straightforward acknowledgment of the extra effort.

It's about ensuring a top-notch journey. Your support in grasping this aspect ensures our photography sail stays steady. Ready to roll with this clarity? Your agreement is the fuel that powers our creative engine.

For the uncommon surcharges, do look through the full list of surcharges to avoid miscommunications.

Turnaround Time

Turnaround time depends on various factors, such as:

  1. The number of photos taken
  2. The workload of the photographer
  3. The type of editing required
  4. The quantity of photos requested
  5. The condition of the venue

Generally, if the client needs to choose the photos, it will take up to two weeks for the photographer to sift through and eliminate bad and duplicate shots. The remaining photos are then provided to the clients in a low-resolution PDF file. After the client makes the selection, it will take up to a month for basic editing or two months for advanced editing before the final photos are returned.

Skai follows the practice of reviewing the photos with a fresh mind every one to three days to ensure the highest possible quality. This significant effort places him at a disadvantage in terms of profit. Therefore, clients should appreciate the value of receiving meticulously edited photos, even if it means a slight delay.

In most cases, especially when the number of photos is limited, the final edited photos can be returned much earlier without compromising quality.

For more information, read photography editing time explained.

Skai's Tattoo Photography

Skai's Visions & Goals for Tattoo Photography

My vision and goals for my tattoo photography services are simple: to provide a personalised and professional experience that captures the essence of my clients. I believe that every tattoo tells a story and it's my job to bring that story to life through my photography. I focus on highlighting both the tattoo and the person, ensuring that the lighting is just right to showcase every detail of the ink while also bringing out the best in my clients.

I understand that getting a tattoo is a personal and intimate experience and I strive to create a comfortable and safe environment for my clients. I want you to feel confident and empowered during your photoshoot, knowing that your tattoos are in good hands. My goal is to deliver photos that you will cherish for a lifetime, photos that not only capture the beauty of your tattoos but also your unique personality and story. So come and let me help you create stunning and memorable photos that showcase your tattoos and your one-of-a-kind personality!

How Skai Began Doing Tattoo Photography

I stumbled upon this incredible career opportunity when I noticed that there were a growing number of people who own tattoos in Singapore. That's when it hit me - there was a gap in the market and I wanted to fill it!

I saw a lot of amateurish photoshoot work on social media with models who had tattoos, but the focus was rarely on the tattoo. Even when there were tattoo portrait shoots, the faces of the models were often not shown or lit properly, making it difficult for others to recognize the models. To me, it was essential that in most of the photos, the model's face should be visible; otherwise, anyone could easily falsely claim that the subject inside the photo is her.

That's when I saw the opportunity to create artwork through tattoo portrait photography. With the aid of tattoos, I could create eye-catching work that highlights the beauty of the tattoos. So, when an aspiring model approached me for a photoshoot, we discussed it and set out to create something brilliant.

Using my experience in portrait photography, I was able to pose the model elegantly to show curves, together with the aid of my professional lighting and some post-processing. It was a masterpiece. I was able to light up both the model's face and her tattoos to create a stunning photo that showcased the beauty and artistry of her tattoos. Since then, I've been passionate about creating beautiful and meaningful tattoo portraits for people who want to showcase their tattoos uniquely and artistically.

Why Skai Loves Doing Tattoo Photography

For me, tattoo photography is not just a job, but a passion that I truly enjoy. There are many reasons why I love doing tattoo photography.

  1. Explore my creativity: Tattoo photography is an excellent opportunity to explore and utilise my creativity. Every tattoo is unique, and it's always exciting to come up with new ways to showcase the intricate details and personal stories behind each one.
  2. Opportunity to create artistic work: Tattoo photography can be sensual and provocative, allowing me to showcase my ability to create artwork that is both sexy and stylish. I enjoy the challenge of creating images that are both tasteful and provocative, making my work stand out in a sea of amateurish photos.
  3. Preserving the tattoos: I believe that tattoos are a form of self-expression that should be cherished and preserved. As tattoos fade over time or when the skin changes, it's essential to capture them in their full glory and preserve them for posterity. Tattoo portrait photography is a challenging yet rewarding way to do this.
  4. It's challenging: One of the things that I love most about tattoo portrait photography is the challenge of lighting up both the models' faces and their tattoos. This requires technical skill and creativity, and it's always gratifying to see the final product.
  5. Being trusted: Tattoo portrait photography requires a lot of trust from the models. As these portraits often reveal a lot of skin, it's crucial to establish a sense of trust and comfort between myself and the model. I take pride in being able to create a comfortable and safe environment for my models, which allows them to showcase their tattoos with confidence.

What is Tattoo Photography?

Tattoo photography is a type of photography that involves taking photographs of tattoos and tattooed people. Tattoo photographers may work with individuals, tattoo artists or tattoo studios to create images that showcase the artistry and creativity of tattoos. It can be part of an art photography project.

Tattoo photographers often use specialised photography equipment and techniques to capture images that are clear, well-exposed and showcase the details and colours of the tattoos. They may work in a variety of settings, such as in a studio, outdoors or on location, and they may use a wide range of techniques and creative approaches to create images that are visually appealing and showcase the tattoos in the best possible way.

The goal of tattoo photography is to create beautiful, timeless images that showcase the artistry and creativity of tattoos. Many people choose to hire a professional tattoo photographer to create a set of photographs that they can look back on and cherish for years to come. Tattoo photographs can be used to create keepsakes, such as albums or prints, or to decorate the home. They can also be used by tattoo artists and studios to showcase their work and attract new clients.

What is Tattoo Photography also Known as?

Tattoo photography is also known by several synonymous terms, each reflecting its nuanced focus. It may be referred to as ink photography owing to the emphasis on capturing inked designs. Similarly, the term body art photography is used, highlighting its focus on photographing artistic expressions on the human body. Additionally, tattoo portraiture is a term denoting a specialised subset of portrait photography that centres on showcasing both the individual and their tattoos.

Goals of Tattoo Photography

The primary goals of tattoo photography encompass both technical and artistic objectives. Technically, the aim is to capture high-resolution images that vividly represent the details and colours of the tattoos. Artistically, the photographer strives to convey the essence and narrative behind each tattoo, creating visually compelling compositions that resonate with the viewer. Whether documenting personal stories or contributing to the broader appreciation of tattoo art, the overarching goal is to elevate the visual representation of tattoos through skilled photography.

Why Do People Get Tattoo?

Gone are the days when the majority of people would relate tattoos to gangs and unsolicited activities; of course, it's still very much dependable on the artwork chosen. The increasing number of people putting inks on their bodies very much help to create a new norm. As society comes across more kind people who have tattoos on their bodies, it helps to lift the bad impression.

People get inked for various reasons, such as to commemorate a person, pet or event. Some couples also get tattoos to vow their love. Some people simply love having a unique piece of a tattoo on their bodies to represent themselves. Others think it's cool to own at least one.

Why Do People Do Tattoo Photoshoot?

All tattoos are unique. Some people may choose to do similar tattoos that are common, such as a star symbol, but eventually the size, colour and skill of the tattoo artists would make a big difference.

People who ink their bodies love their tattoos and want to keep a good memory of them. The fact is that when people age, their skin might lose firmness and thus the tattoo might deform or fade. It also applies to people who manage to gain or lose weight. It's good to document the tattoo down while it's still "fresh".

Some people may want to showcase their tattoos while others love tattoo photography for the sake of art. It's also useful for tattoo artists to do a tattoo portrait photoshoot for marketing purposes for their tattoo businesses.

Why is Tattoo Photography Important?

Tattoo photography is a subgenre of photography that focuses on capturing images of tattoos on the human body. It is important for some reasons.

First, tattoo photography can help to showcase the work of tattoo artists and the art of tattooing. By capturing high-quality images of tattoos, tattoo photographers can help to promote the work of tattoo artists and bring attention to the tattoo community.

Tattoo photography is also important as a way to document and preserve the art of tattooing. Many tattoos are considered to be works of art and by capturing them in photographs, tattoo photographers can help to preserve these artworks for future generations.

In addition, tattoo photography can be used to celebrate the diversity and individuality of people with tattoos. By showcasing the unique tattoos and stories of people from all walks of life, tattoo photographers can help to promote body positivity and acceptance.

Overall, tattoo photography is an important medium for showcasing the art of tattooing, preserving this art form and celebrating the diversity and individuality of people with tattoos.

Challenges in Doing Tattoo Portrait

Doing a tattoo portrait means capturing both the owner's face and the tattoo. It's different from doing a pure tattoo photoshoot that focuses only on the tattoo or a casual portrait photoshoot that simply displays the model's face. Of course, the client may request the photographer to focus on one of them for a few shots.

The biggest challenge is to light up both the face and tattoo properly.

Tattoos are usually darker than skin and thus given the same amount of light, the face would usually turn out brighter. Whereas lighting usually comes from a higher angle that's nearer to the face, the exposure on the face would be higher (brighter) than the tattoo. Since the focus is on both the face and tattoo(s), the lighting in the background would also very much distract the viewers' attention.

The challenges above can be solved by using professional lighting. It requires photography equipment, skill and creativity to create flattering, eye-catching and natural-looking tattoo portraits.

From my experience of working with tattoo lovers, there's another problem - the tattoo would be slightly distorted whenever the skin nearby is being pressed or stretched. Due to this, it's even more challenging to pose the model in a flattering way to show more curves (for the ladies) and look slimmer.

Due to all the challenges above, it usually takes much longer time to do tattoo portrait photoshoots. That means it may take several hours just to create a few good photographs.

As for post-production, it usually takes more effort and time when more skin is revealed.

FAQs

What is a tattoo portrait photoshoot?

A tattoo portrait photoshoot is a photography session that focuses on capturing high-quality images of you and your tattoos, and showcasing them in a flattering way.

What is the difference between a tattoo portrait and a regular portrait?

A tattoo portrait focuses on highlighting the tattoos on your body, while a regular portrait does not necessarily feature tattoos.

Do tattoo photoshoots always have to be very sexy?

No. It depends on your personal preference and the location of your tattoo(s). That means if your tattoo is inked on a sensitive area of your body, taking it may seem revealing of course.

Can you photograph my tattoo portrait in black and white?

Yes, I can photograph your tattoo portrait in black and white, as well as in colour. To be exact, all pictures will be taken in colour and they can be turned into black and white during post-production. Do note that if the photos were taken in black and white directly, the colours can't be added back in future; therefore, we will stick to the normal colour during the actual photography.

How long does a tattoo portrait photoshoot take?

The length of a tattoo portrait photoshoot depends on the complexity of the shoot and the number of looks required, but it typically takes around 1-2 hours for the most basic one.

How much does a tattoo portrait photoshoot cost?

The cost of a tattoo portrait photoshoot depends on various factors such as location, the number of images, the type of editing and the duration of the shoot. Please contact me for a quote.

Can you recommend a location for my tattoo portrait photoshoot?

Yes, I can recommend a location based on your preferences and the style of the shoot.

Do I need to bring my own tattoos for the photoshoot?

If you are referring to temporary tattoos that you would like to paste onto your body, yes.

Can you Photoshop my tattoos if I want them removed or altered?

Yes and no, I can edit your tattoos using Photoshop if you wish to have them removed or altered but it very much depends on the situation. Do note that not everything can be edited without leaving tracks for viewers to discover. For any type of editing that you need, please clarify properly with me before booking the photo session.

Can I bring a friend or family member to the photoshoot?

Yes, you are welcome to bring a friend or family member to the photoshoot. However, do note that it's very likely they would somehow affect the products even if they didn't interrupt, because having a third person around may very likely affect you although most clients will insist it wouldn't happen.

Can you provide hair and makeup services for the photoshoot?

Yes, I can provide hair and makeup services for an additional fee. I will recommend you a list of makeup artists I have worked with and it's up to you to select any of them based on their skill, personality and makeup fee.

Can I change outfits during the photoshoot?

Yes, you can change outfits during the photoshoot but of course do note that it will eat into the booked time.

What should I wear for the photoshoot?

You should wear clothing that showcases your tattoos and makes you feel comfortable and confident. Do discuss with me.

Do I need to have a specific pose in mind for the photoshoot?

Yes and no. I encourage every client to research on his or her favourite poses online before the photoshoot. By sharing the pictures with me, it will help me to better understand your preference, so that I can guide you better. Remember that everyone has his own preference.

Can you provide props or accessories for the photoshoot?

It depends. If I happen to own any of them, I would be glad to provide.

Can I bring my own props or accessories for the tattoo photoshoot?

Yes, you can bring your own props or accessories for the photoshoot. It will help a lot. However, do discuss with me before the shoot instead of surprising me on the spot, so that I can make recommendation and explore ideas to use them.

How long does it take to receive the edited photos after the shoot?

It very much depends on my schedule and the number of photos. Do note that I have other clients to assist and each project would take up a lot of my time. Nevertheless, please note that no photographer would want to delay delivering the photos on purpose. My working style is to go over the photographs many times over days or weeks to ensure I'm truly satisfied with the post-production work. Should you need the photographs urgently, please let me know before booking any session, so that I can advice you on the additional cost to set aside other projects and my personal schedules in order to return you the photographs earlier.

Can I get both digital and print copies of the photos?

No, I provide only digital format of the photos.

Can I use the photos for commercial purposes, such as advertising my tattoos?

Yes, you can use the photos for commercial purposes with my permission. At no time, you can sell the photos directly. Please let me know the purpose of the shoot and the usage of the photos before you confirm my services with the booking fee.

Conclusion

If you're looking for a way to express your individuality through tattoos and preserve the memory of your body art in a unique and creative way, tattoo photography is the perfect solution.

Tattoo photography is more than just a trend, it's a form of art. It allows for creativity and can be sensual, highlighting the ability to keep the artwork sexy and stylish. I believe that every tattoo is unique and preserving its memory is essential as tattoos tend to fade and change over time. Tattoo portrait photography is a challenging art but it's one that I relish because it requires lighting up both the faces of the models and their tattoos.

As a professional photographer, I take great pride in building trust with my clients. I understand that a tattoo photo shoot can be revealing and requires a level of trust from the model. Thus, I am dedicated to ensuring my clients feel comfortable and confident throughout the shoot, building a rapport that will result in stunning and personalised photos.

If you're seeking an experienced and creative tattoo photographer in Singapore to help showcase your body art, I am here to help. With my expertise in portrait photography and a passion for capturing the beauty and artistry of tattoos, I am committed to providing clients with eye-catching and stunning photographs that will preserve their memories for years to come. So, let's capture the essence of your tattoos and create unforgettable art together. Contact me for a discussion.


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