Two months, I was two months late. After registering my stay at a public service bureau, I took a Didi (think Uber) to 80,000-ton Silo in Minsheng Wharf, which had been turned into a cultural / art space (check this site out for the photos). However, the transformation was only temporary for the Shanghai Urban … Continue reading Shanghai, Part 3 – Getting Lost: Oriental Fisherman’s Wharf and Power Station of Art
Embracing the light: black and white photography.
When I first started experimenting with black and white photography, it was to save photos with bad colours. Over time, I learned how to pay more attention to lighting contrast and take black and white photos natively from the camera instead of creating it in post editing. I embraced the light. It was photographers like … Continue reading Embracing the light: black and white photography.
Leaving the digital at home.
Kellie’s Castle, Batu Gajah, Malaysia. In the past one year, I’d been travelling with two cameras: Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II, a digital camera; and Olympus OM-2n, a film camera. This is until I struggled to juggle between the two during a holiday in Guangzhou last month. I hesitated which camera to use on multiple … Continue reading Leaving the digital at home.
Watching You Make Coffee: There is a story behind every name.
Being an amateur photographer (or enthusiast, hobbyist or whatever terms that mean I don’t make a living out of it), I started taking photography a bit more seriously about 2 ½ years ago. Naturally (says who?), I began showcasing my work on social media, but in the process of doing so, I’d spammed my friends … Continue reading Watching You Make Coffee: There is a story behind every name.
The Middle Way
This video reminds me about photography. Purists at one end of the spectrum and manipulators at the other end.
Words are not needed.
The Two Guards. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei - 2017. I took this photo sometime in the summer of 2017, during a rare solo trip. Opportunities to travel solo could be difficult to come by especially when one is attached, I suppose. The guards at this memorial change shift every hour, so these two super … Continue reading Words are not needed.