G’day folks! How have you all been? It has been a long time since my last update.
My life has been travelling at 200 miles an hour over the past couple of months, let’s sum it up in the list below:
I have got married!
I have moved on to another job!
I have graduated from my Executive MBA degree!
Our little princess O has arrived!
We have been running around and adjusting our schedule to suit Princess O since then, the dust has settled slightly now and I am trying to put my head above the water so you folks won’t forget about me!!!
Let’s start with a few photos that have been taken during the easter break with Queeny C! Some hearty maternity photos 8 weeks before we met Princess O.
Ciao for now and stay tuned!
How are you all? Hope you are all keeping well and surviving the heat in Sydney.
I am currently travelling in Hong Kong, visiting this place that I have once called home.
Hong Kong – once a British Colony for 99 years and handed back to China (PRC) back in 1997. I have spent the first 16 years of my life here before I have moved to Australia, she is one of the most busy, vibrant city in the world. Very rich in her own culture, blended with the Western and Eastern tastes. She is a city full of stories… the good, the bad and the teary ones. Let’s look at this city from my lens and tell me what you feel?
Enjoy the photos below … please share the loves with your friends on social media and like this page! Your likes and comments are my motivation!
Hi Folks! I have received a few messages from you guys asking some very similar questions, so I have decided to answer them in two different blog post. The first question is what camera gear did I brought with me for the Melbourne trip and how I have found this in comparison to my Nikon gears before. The second question is what camera pre-sets I have used for the photos. Let me start with the gear questions first! Here we come the good old “What is in my camera bag?” post!
As you can see from the photo above, here are my travel gears. All can pack into the little Continue reading
Hi Folks … another late night blogging … I have just returned home from lovely Melbourne. I have processed the photos on the plane, just in time to post for this post!
I wasn’t feeling too well this morning and hence delayed all the activities… (not that I have much planned..) The flight was at 8.30pm, we went to the famous Chapel Street for some lunch. It is like the Paddington of Sydney, but with a Melbourne taste. Girls would love it here, and you will lost them here as well!! Anyhow …
Later on in the day, I have decided to wander around St Kilda and Brighton Beach area. This is my first time to Brighton beach, this become a famous tourist attraction with those colorful bath boxes on the beach, especially among Asian tourist (!).
Alright … I am getting a bit sleepy… Let’s show you some photos from today!
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Loving this bar area!
Someone is hungry
Yumm… Wagyu Burger!
Meh… I am different! But I stand out from the crowd!
Second last day in this beautiful city… I haven’t do much today. Drove an hour and a half to Mornington Peninsula, did some casual shooting on the beach and then went to the Peninsula Hot Spring! Since I couldn’t take the camera inside the bath house, I have limited snaps to show you folks!
Model Courtesy today – Claire! Thanks for joining the INFINITICIOUS trip!
Hi Folks … here is my daily updates of the Melbourne trip.
Due to the excessive driving and late night updating photos (…excuses), I have snoozed in until midday today … Melbourne STYLE!
Wandering around town and dropped by this awesome cafe tucked inside a South Melbourne laneway – Chez Dre. It is a French inspired cafe, food is top notch and the atmosphere is even better! Would definitely recommend!
Not too many photos today, but I have visited a very unique spot for some sunset photos. Continue reading
Evening folks… it’s 1.44am now and I have just came back to the hotel not long ago… (well … not really… I have finished all the editing already… just for all of you!)
I haven’t been to the Great Ocean Road for nearly 9 years now … it is still the same! Still so breath taking!!! I have always loved this coastal drive and couldn’t find anything like this to match in Sydney today.
Just like yesterday… the travel blog bit will come later, but promised you that I will bring you all photos first! Continue reading
A random Friday night stroll at the Chinatown night market after work while waiting for dinner. This is my first time out with the XF35 F1.4, although I am quite impressed with it’s low light capability, but it tends to hunt a bit for focus and the “chatter” noise when it does metering annoys the hell out of me. (I was convinced to a point that I have problem with the lens!) But it is seems to be a common problem with these early X-Series lenses and the XF35 has never been updated since the X-Pro1 days. Anyhow… I am still in love!
Okay dokey … Infiniticous photos time!
Living in his own world… Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/1.4, 1/120, iso 3200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/4, 1/150, iso 3200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/4, 1/120, iso 6400
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/4, 1/40, iso 6400
Hi! Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/4, 1/35, iso 6400
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/7.1, 1/80, iso 6400
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/1.4, 1/125, iso 3200
Moment of life… period. Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/1.4, 1/125, iso 4000
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/2.2, 1/120, iso 6400
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/1.4, 1/180, iso 400
Fujifilm X-T1, XF35mm , F/1.4, 1/340, iso 400
Hope you like the snaps. That’s all I have for you … until next time.
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Okay folks… as per my promise from the previous blog post, here is my “non-expert” review of the mighty Fujifilm X-T1. When I said “non-expert”, I really mean it. The camera is not the newest out there, and with a simple google search, you can found millions of expert reviews that wrote in any languages you want. I won’t bog down in technical details too much neither, not that they are not important, but I believe if you Continue reading
Took Miss X-T1 out for some random shooting on the street yesterday, I am still in my learning phase for the functions and buttons. Love the retro feels, she made me remember of the first camera that my dad put on my hand when I was in primary school (a old school Fujica SLR with manual focus indeed). Need to get rid of my old Nikon habits, even as simple as how to take the lens on and off the camera. I have nearly break the mount as it wont turn… then I realized that it turns the opposite way in comparison to my old Nikon DSLR.
Anyway, enjoy the photos… just some happy snaps.
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, F/9, 1/300, iso 200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/9, 1/125, iso 200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/3.2, 1/10, iso 200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/2.8, 1/30, iso 3200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/2.8, 1/125, iso 1250
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/2.8, 1/125, iso 1000
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/2.8, 1/50, iso 3200
Fujifilm X-T1, XF27mm, f/4.5, 1/20, iso 3200