Asphalt Valley At Dawn

When I said I was drawn to B&W images last week, it didn't take me too long to take the plunge as I recently acquired a Leica M Monochrom Typ 246 camera. I've been thinking about getting one for a while, especially since Leica came up with this brilliant marketing campaign where Zack Snyder (the ...

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Sometimes Less Is More

I am particularly drawn to black and white images lately. It's curious how removing colour information can actually bring so much depth in a photo. In this particular case, I could have shown off the beautiful autumn foliage of this Japanese temple but I thought black and white was equally suitable to convey how peaceful ...

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The River of Life

Dead Horse Point State Park gives you a nice vantage point on the Colorado river, allowing you to witness the river flow in the middle of major deserts, carving the land for millions of years to make the beautiful canyons of Utah and Arizona.

The Storm

For those of you living in Hong Kong, this is what today's storm looked like from the Peak and yes, it got me soaked later in the afternoon.

Cloudy Day

I realise I haven't posted anything for a while and the reason is that I've been pretty busy at work for the past couple of weeks. That being said, I've just received the ND filters I purchased from Singh Ray (together with the "Big Stopper" from Lee filters) and I couldn't resist trying out those ...

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