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Been taking photos since 2015.  I first got into photography as a way to get my own images to do graphic design work. Then I attended my first photo meet and thought it was fun meeting other people into photography.  I'll be honest tho, after the first meet up I kinda wanted to shoot beautiful females at the time, I just didn't know better.  Then I realized I wanted more for myself then to be known as the guy that has "hot" girls on my feed. I wanted to stand out on my own merit rather then the attractiveness of a woman (no offense to models). In the beginning I was influenced by Instagram and the type of photos I see from "influencers". I was caught up on finding the "spots", the "bandos" and whatever trend social media was producing.  The last couple of years I began to study photographers in the realm of photo journalism and hung out with really good photographers that are good at showing what LA is really about.  Truth is.... I got so much more to learn and I will continue to evolve.  I am learning to enjoy photography for myself and capturing images that I see.  Currently I enrolled in school again and I'm looking forward to learning more.  It's all about bettering ourselves.

Been taking photos since 2015. I first got into photography as a way to get my own images to do graphic design work. Then I attended my first photo meet and thought it was fun meeting other people into photography. I'll be honest tho, after the first meet up I kinda wanted to shoot beautiful females at the time, I just didn't know better. Then I realized I wanted more for myself then to be known as the guy that has "hot" girls on my feed. I wanted to stand out on my own merit rather then the attractiveness of a woman (no offense to models). In the beginning I was influenced by Instagram and the type of photos I see from "influencers". I was caught up on finding the "spots", the "bandos" and whatever trend social media was producing. The last couple of years I began to study photographers in the realm of photo journalism and hung out with really good photographers that are good at showing what LA is really about. Truth is.... I got so much more to learn and I will continue to evolve. I am learning to enjoy photography for myself and capturing images that I see. Currently I enrolled in school again and I'm looking forward to learning more. It's all about bettering ourselves.

Monster machinery no.4.200319

Monster machinery no.4.200319

A L I N A // Our travel show Alina Idässä is now live on @yleareena 🙌🏻 have you already checked it out? Link in Bio!

A L I N A // Our travel show Alina Idässä is now live on @yleareena 🙌🏻 have you already checked it out? Link in Bio!

My time in America 12/100...

My time in America 12/100...

waiting for a minute till the sun’s seen through my eyes | #postmoreportraits

waiting for a minute till the sun’s seen through my eyes | #postmoreportraits

License to colour

License to colour

Curry with love @kristinduckduck

Curry with love @kristinduckduck

Chase your dreams, no matter what others think of you !

Chase your dreams, no matter what others think of you !

Boatman waiting for passengers!

Boatman waiting for passengers!

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AMAZED.🤯

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Top streetphotographer photos & videos

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Getting caught in the rain isn't all that bad

Getting caught in the rain isn't all that bad

On 19 June 2016, Hong Kong photographer and director Fan Ho passed away. Renowned for inimitable, moody photographs of his home city, Ho continued his creative work even after his official retirement, going through his archives and finding new ways to process and present his shots from so long ago. In fact, even while laid up in hospital, he was working on a book that would be the cumulation of a years-long dream.⁣
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“He was very attentive to the progress of the book until his very last moments,” says Claudia Siman Ho, Ho’s daughter, during a phone call to her home in California. “We brought things to the hospital for him; he reviewed mockups and discussed photo selections with us.” When Ho succumbed to pneumonia before the book could be completed, his family continued the project in his stead.⁣
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The book in question is 'Portrait of Hong Kong', which was published in 2017. It features around 150 of Ho’s street photographs, narrowed down by Claudia, her family, and the rest of the publishing team from 500 selections Ho had made from his archives. Alongside the photography are quotes from the book 'Thoughts on Street Photography', penned by Ho when he was 28. From 22 March to 28 April 2019, Blue Lotus Gallery, which also helped drive the project, will showcase 40 of the photos in an exhibition of the same name. ⁣
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“[Working on the book] was a healing process for all of us,” shares Claudia. “At that time, we missed him so much and working on the book made us feel connected to him. We shared anecdotes and felt his presence.”⁣
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👉Click the link in our bio to find out more about Fan Ho's last photography book. ⁣
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📷: Market Promenade’, Hong Kong 1950s and 60s. Photo courtesy of @fanhophotography and @bluelotusgallery.

On 19 June 2016, Hong Kong photographer and director Fan Ho passed away. Renowned for inimitable, moody photographs of his home city, Ho continued his creative work even after his official retirement, going through his archives and finding new ways to process and present his shots from so long ago. In fact, even while laid up in hospital, he was working on a book that would be the cumulation of a years-long dream.⁣

“He was very attentive to the progress of the book until his very last moments,” says Claudia Siman Ho, Ho’s daughter, during a phone call to her home in California. “We brought things to the hospital for him; he reviewed mockups and discussed photo selections with us.” When Ho succumbed to pneumonia before the book could be completed, his family continued the project in his stead.⁣

The book in question is 'Portrait of Hong Kong', which was published in 2017. It features around 150 of Ho’s street photographs, narrowed down by Claudia, her family, and the rest of the publishing team from 500 selections Ho had made from his archives. Alongside the photography are quotes from the book 'Thoughts on Street Photography', penned by Ho when he was 28. From 22 March to 28 April 2019, Blue Lotus Gallery, which also helped drive the project, will showcase 40 of the photos in an exhibition of the same name. ⁣

“[Working on the book] was a healing process for all of us,” shares Claudia. “At that time, we missed him so much and working on the book made us feel connected to him. We shared anecdotes and felt his presence.”⁣

👉Click the link in our bio to find out more about Fan Ho's last photography book. ⁣

📷: Market Promenade’, Hong Kong 1950s and 60s. Photo courtesy of @fanhophotography and @bluelotusgallery.

E ti prenderò per mano... 💛

E ti prenderò per mano... 💛