Drag the shutter speed and zoom in while pressing the shutter release all the way down.
Friday, 25 February 2011
The local fruit stall owners usually write the price of fruits on a small piece of carton board. The Chinese way of writing the price per item is in reverse order compared to the English. Those of them who are keen on making the price known to the perspective English-speaking customers sometimes write in English using the Chinese order. Therefore, they may write 10 (dollars) for 5 (oranges, for example) when they actually mean 5 for $10. Do watch out.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
In this shot of the old neighbourhood which is rather movie like, the delivery man and the unique bike as the foreground are as crucial as the background in giving a quality of oldness to the image. This foreground-and-background perspective is a frequently used composition technique of the author in hopefully telling as much a story as possible with an image.
The long stretch of the street to the vanishing point on the horizon also relates to the foreground elements by suggesting the direction of movement of the delivery man, providing cohesion for the composition as a whole.
Monday, 21 February 2011
Sunday, 20 February 2011
The thick fog makes it best in a year for walking along the trail on the Peak on Hong Kong Island. Flanking the trail are the heavily grown bushes and trees which, joining the fog, hide the view and passage ahead from your eyes. If you are in town, go up there to enjoy the dream-like scene.