Tag:Street Snap


Dragon Boat Race (Hong Kong) – Fujifilm Xpro2

The weather was excellent on last Sunday afternoon. I went to the open area in Admiralty right in front of the Central Government Office together with Fujifilm X-Pro2 and two lenses in my bag, 23mm f2 WR and 35mm f2 WR. By coincidence, I found out there is a dragon boat race competition happening in the waterfront. So I chose to use 35mm because it is more tele and I want my images to be clean and focus only on […]

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Yangon City Scanner 001

Country: Myanmar City: Yangon Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Summicron 35mm f2 v1 Film: Fujifilm Superia Premium 400 Circular train and the golden pagode shwedagon brought me to the heart of Myanmar. Yangon is unlike other part of the country, it is quite similar to other South East Asian country having roads packed with vehicles. But their kindness and friendly smile on their faces are the most unforgettable experience and something I felt different from the others. The three hour train ride […]

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Manila City Scanner 003

Country: Philippines City: Manila Camera: Ricoh GR        

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Manila City Scanner 002

Country: Philippines City: Manila Camera: Ricoh GR      

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Manila City Scanner 001

Country: Philippines City: Manila Camera: Ricoh GR I went on a 4 days business trip in Manila. I took some time wandering in the Taguig city area with my Ricoh GR to do some night photography. At first I was just walking around the Market Market area but then I found this amazing bus station fulll of the signature “Jeepney” public transport in Manila. So I spent almost an hour in this station trying to capture and get to know […]

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AgfaPhoto Vista Plus 400

Name: AgfaPhoto Vista Plus ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Sensitive to red colour, saturation is high   Brief Summary ISO 400 is the perfect box speed to shoot under different conditions. Since my beloved Kodak Super Gold 400 has already been discontinued. I need to find a replacement for it. I tried Kodak Portra 400 but we didn’t really work out. I always have the impression that the Agfa Vista 400 is cheap with low quality reflected on […]

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Agra City Scanner 001

Country: India City: Agra Camera: Fujifilm XE-1 Len: Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 v2 A day trip to Agra, visited Tajmahal and Agra fort. Weather was so nice and Taj is absolutely stunning. It was like a movie scene, everything was kept like in the old days and nothing has changed except hundreds of tuktuk in that area. Horse cart, dress code and peoples’ facial expression are all blended in nicely.

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Chandigarh City Scanner 001

Country: India City: Chardigarh Camera: Fujifilm XE-1 Len: Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 v2 I travelled to Chardigarh for a business trip and spent only 2 days here. They brought me to Rock Garden which is similar to Park Quell in Barcelona. And also I followed them to two temples and took some pictures of the local people. Surprisingly all of them are so friendly to me.   The temple provides free food and they asked if I would like to […]

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Ella City Scanner 002

Country: Sri Lanka City: Ella Camera: Sony A7II and Ricoh GR Lens: Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 FLE ASPH I spent two days in Ella in total. Originally planned to visit Lipton seats and other places near Ella, but due to the heavy rain, I stayed in town and revisited the Nine Arches Bridge and walked around the local suburb.   After having a late lunch in the restaurant, weather was bad and started raining again. So I quickly rushed to […]

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Hong Kong Night Tide 001

City: Hong Kong Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 FLE ASPH Film: CineStill 800T Tungsten After the heavy rain is always the best time to take your camera out and go for a walk in Hong Kong. City Night Tide is fabulous with different neon lights in the most condensed District – Mong Kok (All images were taken with CineStill 800 Tungsten pushed to ISO2400) For detail of this film, you may refer to CineStill 800T

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