Portrait photography is a big part of my professional work in Hong Kong, and depending on the type of portraits, I have to choose the best gear for the job. Of course, this means the best lens for the result the client wants to achieve. Having used different types of portrait lenses over the years, I am about to spill the beans on which lens I think is the best one yet.
- 08 May 2020
- 08 April 2020
As a professional photographer based in Hong Kong who runs photography workshops regularly, I’ve received a lot of questions from my students. Such as ‘What gear would go with my camera?’ or ‘What is the best camera gear I need to get me up to speed?’
There is not a single answer to these questions, but I believe we have a few philosophies to address the questions.
- 07 March 2020
- 26 February 2020
Newborn photography; one of the biggest joys of my job! There’s nothing quite like capturing this special time in a family’s journey. As my base city of Hong Kong is such a family-friendly haven, I’ve had the honor of being booked for a variety of newborn photoshoots. And while every one is different, I have, of course, picked up some tricks of the trade over the years. Here are five ways for parents to make the most of their newborn baby photoshoot.
- 15 January 2020
What a magical year 2019 was!? I never knew it was possible but 2019 was even better than the year before!
- 08 December 2019
- 30 August 2019
- 15 April 2019
Finding a wedding photographer you love is no easy task, but once that’s in the bag there’s still some work to do to ensure you get the best possible photos of your big day. Having photographed weddings all over the world over the past decade, I’d like to share with you some of what I've learned to help you on your wedding day. Here are nine things to tell your wedding photographer before the big day.
- 15 March 2019
As a Hong Kong-based professional photographer, my work is as varied as it is interesting.
- 15 February 2019
I’ve been a professional wedding photographer in Hong Kong and beyond for more than a decade. Regardless of the type of wedding I’m shooting, be it Indian, Chinese, Western or a different culture, I almost always include some black and white shots in the final album. Here are six reasons why.