Fuji XPro-2, 27mm, f/9, 1/170s, ISO 200
Nowhere in the world apart from Hong Kong have I seen this combination of narrow streets and tall scrapers. I makes this kind of shot work.
Fuji X-Pro2, 27mm, f/8, 1/10s, ISO 200
It won’t have escaped your notice that I’m fascinated with Hong Kong buildings. Having said that, admiring them and framing them in an effective composition are two different things. As I walk around the streets of Central or Causeway Bay, I try not just to see cool looking scrapers but to structure them inside a photo. Work in progress, as they say, but I think I’m getting there.
Fuji X-Pro2, 27mm, f/8, 1/100s, ISO 5000
Trams are a new subject for me, I never lived or stayed long in a place that has trams before. So I’m trying various things inspired by trams. This is one of them, playing on the different planes formed by the garish advertising on the one hand and the passengers on the other. It creates a funny sense of disorientation.
Fuji XPro-2, 35mm, f/8, 1/100s, ISO 5000
One of the reasons I love walking around Taï Hang is that the garages don’t have any workshops due to space constraints. So all the work happens in the streets. You often see cabs being fixed like this one here (although I don’t quite know what you fix in the engine by spraying water on it.)
Tai Hang Ramen
Fuji Xpro-2, 27mm, f/8, 1/100s, ISO 500
Tai Hang is a little area just around the corner where I live that used to be mostly garages and body shops, but it’s in the process of gentrifying, so you get a combination of garages and cheap hip restaurants everywhere. It’s a real pleasure to walk around, very colourful. I haven’t tried this Ramen place yet, but I will!