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Showing posts from August 19, 2012

Neighbourhood in Early Morning

(Leica D-Lux 5)Another typhoon is coming along.


(Leica D-Lux 5)The vibrant colour, dynamic feel and atmosphere of vitality of Hong Kong’s streetscape are strong lures to any street photographers. Granted, you won't wish to miss the chance to shoot on the street when you're in town. Don't leave the longer zoom lens at home. You're gonna need it.


(Ricoh GX200)See? Another lady looking right into the lens .

Old Blacksmith

(Sony A55)And a relaxing one.

Look Right into the Lens

(Ricoh GX200)The GX200 always surprises me with the shots it manages to produce when I review them at the end of the day. With the right lighting condition, considering both the aging sensor and technology, it gives out images with not bad an image quality. Actually, I am still very fond of its black and white images which ooze a distinct taste. And maybe because of the unique look of my GX200 mounted with a the wide angle converter, on any single day shooting with it, I usually end up with a number of shots in which the curious subjects look right into the lens.


(Leica X1)Morning has broken….

Pictorial Definition

(Sony A55)More than enough is too much. Today is Sunday, do less then.