Barcelona in HDR

Dec 10, 12 Barcelona in HDR

Posted by in Photo Essays, Spain

Article by Kah Wai Lin Barcelona is a place full of surprises, especially for the photographer. It’s the most modern city in Spain, blessed with a mild Mediterranean weather and a colorful array of culture and nature.  It has been breaking ground in art, architecture and style since the late 19th century. We spent 3 days in...

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A Billion Shades of (HDR) Blue – Photographing Lighthouses

Nov 22, 12 A Billion Shades of (HDR) Blue – Photographing Lighthouses

Posted by in Bahamas, Photo Essays

“Photography is nothing ― it’s life that interests me. ” ~ HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON “Lighthouses are more helpful than churches.”  ~ BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1728. Where can you find the best HDR? Inside you. In your open curiosity and your thirst for adventure… Here is a short tale of two lighthouses...

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Photography in China – Kung Fu, Dim Sums and HDR

Oct 17, 12 Photography in China – Kung Fu, Dim Sums and HDR

Posted by in China, Photo Essays

China had never really been on my ‘must see’ list of places to visit, however, after visiting Beijing, all I want to do is go back. As a photographer there is so much to capture in China that you could easily spend a month there and still have more to see. I guess it depends what part of the world you come from, but for me, as...

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The Road to Buffalo

Oct 14, 12 The Road to Buffalo

Posted by in The Great US Urbex Adventure

So after Pittsburgh it was onto Buffalo to meet Dan from Buffalo and Jay and Alex from Canada. It’s a long drive so along the way we checked out some abandoned hotels to break up the journey. Having spent too long nosing round the large complex of rooms we now have some time to make up to get to Buffalo before sunset.  Thanks...

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The Two Dans – Exploring Pittsburgh

Sep 28, 12 The Two Dans – Exploring Pittsburgh

Posted by in The Great US Urbex Adventure

The next city on our whistle-stop tour was Pittsburgh. The city famous for its dying steel industry and having a million and one bridges. Our host for the day was the exuberant and entertaining Jeremy. After cruising over many of Pitts’ bridges, we slowly made our way out to Ohio to visit a half demoed asylum and Steubenville...

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A trip the country

Sep 24, 12 A trip the country

Posted by in Photo Essays, Urbex

Some friends invited me to go and explore an old convent. Sadly the night before I got drunk and wasn’t capable of talking, let alone having the most basic of faculties required to go exploring. Upon sobering up I saw their pictures of Flickr and knew that I had to go so when the opportunity arose to go with Rebecca and Danny...

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