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I have just done my first post of a series on the popular blog “Hong Kong Moms”. This first one deals 100% with how to photograph kids on a beach. Lots of samples from Hong Kong beaches like Clearwater Bay, Repulse Bay and Stanley.
You can check out the article here. I am posting this just to present larger images. We will be posting more tutorials in the near future.

Kids Beach Photography

Kids Beach Photography

Hong Kong Beach Photography

Repulse Bay Beach

How to Photograph Kids on the Beach

Hong Kong Kids Photography

Repulse Bay Photography

Hong Kong Beach Photography

Sunset Photography 

I have a two piece band with Jerry Kelley here in Bangkok. He plays drums and sings, and I play guitar, often with a looper so I can lay down one part first, then play over it.
Here we are with a boogie, over top some time-lapse I did on a Hong Kong double decker bus.

Just had another great trip to Singapore. That town has a ton of great locations – jungle, cool colonial architecture, beaches, crazy theme parks, Chinatown…
Never a problem to find some perfect places for my style.
This trip was somewhat rudely interrupted by terrible haze. Will be back soon! Contact me here for more info.

Singapore Family Photography

Singapore Family Photography

Singapore Family Photography

Singapore Family Photography

Just a little blurb on this Fuji XF 18mm f2 lens. I picked it up, along with the Fuji XF 35mm f/1.4 to use on my Fuji X-T1. The 18mm is like a 28mm on 35mm sensor, and the 35mm is same as a 50mm. They are both pretty amazing. Here is a sample from a shot I was playing with this evening.
I had taken the camera to Surin, Thailand for a weekend. Met this tattooed guy in the market and snapped a shot wide open at f2. Here is the shot, and a detail crop. (Click for the large versions.)
These little cameras are closing in on the DSLRs. Obviously I will take my Canon 5DMK3 every time when it comes to quality, but for the size and cost, this little camera is insanely impressive. I prefer the controls over the Sony A7 series as well.

Fuji X-T1
Fuji XF 18mm on X-T1 (Surin, Thailand)
Fuji XF 18mm crop
I recently took a wander into the dunes at Sandbanks Provincial Park, near my hometown of Picton, Ontario. I was playing with relatively new kit – Canon 5DMK3, 24mm Tilt Shift, a Singh Ray Color Combo polarizer and a couple of Lee ND grads for the skies. I aimed for colour images, but they looked much more interesting converted to B&W. I had read that the CC filter made for better BW conversions, but my completely unscientific results back that up.
Handheld camera and grads.

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Few sample from a series of ads created for Hong Kong Academy, an International Baccalaureate school in Sai Kung, Hong Kong. I do a lot of work for international schools in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Academy


Hong Kong Academy

I carried around my Xpan for much of 2014. It made it to Canada, Tibet and a few places in India. I got everything processed and scanned but never really looked at the images till now.

Here are a few.

Xpan – Tamil Nadu

Xpan

Calcutta

Xpan Tibet

Tibet
Xpan

Autonomous Region

Gardze

Xpan – Tibet
Rice Lake, Ontario

Xpan -Tibet

Raccoon Lake, ON
Xpan – India