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A bunch of us jamming at Tomo’s bar on Koh Phayam. Catch us March every year!

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People occasionally ask me how to pose kids for photos. To which I answer, “I have no clue”. Kids don’t want to sit still, so I just herd them into good light and let them have fun. 
Google Photos has been auto-generating these little GIF animations which describe perfectly what I do for a living. 

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The best part of my job is documenting a bunch of cool kids growing up. Happy that these parents stuck with me and just let me do my thing.

Growing Up

Growing Up

Before & After

Hong Kong Kids Photography

Growing Up

Hong Kong Kids Photography

Before & After

Before and After Photography

Before and After

Hong Kong Kids Photography

Kids Growing Up

Hong Kong Kids Photography

Kids Growing Up

Sisters Growing Up

Documenting Childhood

Hong Kong Children’s Photography

Before and After

Hong Kong Family Photography

Growing Up

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In 2014 I went to India and took some informal street portraits. It was the first time I had traveled with the Leica M9. I used some Voigtlander lenses since there was no possibility of me paying two grand plus for Leica ones. I have posted the photos here before, but my slideshow video has got more than 35,000 views, so I am going to post it because why not.

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The Loxia 35mm might be my favorite lens. Tried it out on a tripod up on Georgian Bay a few weeks ago. Nice stopped down a bit on the color one. 30 seconds wide open on the B&W.

Loxia 35/2

Pointe Au Baril

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