HONG KONG SKYSCRAPER

HONG KONG SKYSCRAPER

December 7th-10th after long long time I did a travel in Asia alone and especially in Hong Kong.

It was the first time for me to travel in this country and I didn`t know very much what i could expect there and the camera choice was pretty hard. But because I had to walk for 3 days around the city I decided to go light……Well I decided it but at the end I went there with 3 lenses and 2 cameras ^^. I had with me the Fujifilm X-E1 (first time I really used it) with canon lens adapter, canon 18-135 and Samyang 14 mm 2.8 and Voigtlander 24mm L mount. At the end mainly I used the Samyang and I think with the Fujifilm is pretty a good combination even if sometime difficult to find the right focus especially in late evening/night.

 

In this post, inspired by some photos of Hong Kong I saw online about Hong Kong skyscrapers, I decided to show this place from a different point of you, in a way that usually we are not used to, especially if just for travel when we don`t have enough time to appreciate all the small things of the place we are visiting.

Here is the selection I chose. The photos were taken in jpg and a little bit postproducted in camera raw.

Enjoy it and Stay Click!

Keigo

Keigo Moriyama Aerospace Engineer with the passion for photography start his career in 2006. Till now he made more than 7 exhibitions and work for Ryan&Rych (www.ryanrych.com) the new italian fashion brand. Keigo's interested in working with performance artists, models,makeup artists, and stylists "The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE." Ernst Haas