I’ve been shooting with a Leica M6 TTL for 3 years. This was my only film camera, and my only lens is a Noctilux f/0.95 . I love this camera and I’ve been shooting portraits, landscapes, street photography etc… However, it’s not a light combo. And I take it with me when I really have a purpose. On many occasions, when I had not something special to shoot but still wanted to keep a souvenir from a nice day of walk or visit, I didn’t take my M6, but instead, I was buying a disposable camera. And it was fun. But of course there are huge limitations in terms of lens quality, focus, and type of film availability. So I decided to buy a film point and shoot camera, to have a camera always with me.
Japan Expo & Festa is the best event featuring Japan culture in South East Asia. It’s happening in Bangkok at Central World and features everything about Japan ; music, food, culture, and cosplay. This year The event starts form the 31th of January 2019 and ends the 2nd of February.
I shot the most beautiful cosplayers and you can see the pictures below.
I had my Sony A7R4, Sony G lens 2470F2.8, and flash F45RM
Maruya 29 took place in Bangkok a few days before Christmas. Here are the best models of the events.
Shot with the Sony A7R4, lens G Master 2470f/2.8 and Flash F45RM
We had the chance to talk with Dr Ivan de Weber, worldwide specialist of anti-aging. Dr de Weber holds a PhD from the University of Geneva in the field of cellular biology, and a post-doctoral certificate in pharmaceutical bioinformatics from Uppsala University.
The first series of pictures are shot with the Sony A7R4 and the lens Sony G Master FE135mmF/1.8. The flash is the F45M. All the pictures are shot wide open at f/1.8 to get a shallow depth of field and a great bokeh.
The second series were shot with the same camera and the zoom lens G Master 2470F2.8
I shot these pictures during the Motor Expo 2019 in Bangkok. This is one of the three major show of the year, with the Motor Show and Big Motor Sale.
Enjoy the pictures !
Thailand Game Show 2019 is the most famous and relevant Game Show in South East Asia. The main gaming companies are present to feature their innovations.
The event took place in October 2019 from the 25th to the 27th, at Royal Paragon Hall, 5th Floor of Siam Paragon.
There is a Cosplay Contest so all the cosplayers of Thailand are coming to show their best costumes. You can see below the best pictures from the events.
They are shot with the new Sony A7R4, Sony G Master lens 24-70 2.8, and the flash F43M
I shot this pictures in Hua Hin, a beach resort in Thailand. I used a Leica M6 TTL and the lens Leica Noctilux 50mmf/0.95 .The film is Ilford 3200, metered and developed at speedbox. I started to shoot at sunset until it was dark. The high ISO 3200 was necessary and the last pictures were shot wide open at f/0.95 because there was not more light available.
For the first 6 pictures, there was too much light for ISO 3200 so I used a Heliopan filter Yellow 8 . It block 1.5 steps of lights and at the same time it enhances the contrast.
I shot these pictures in Paris, Brussels and Bangkok with the new Sony A7R4 which has a sensor of 61 million pixels. The lens is the G Master 24-70 f/2.8. I shot in raw uncompressed (9504 x 6336 pixels). The pictures were lightly edited in Lightroom and exported in Jpeg.
There are 3 pages. At the end of each page there is a link to go to the next city.
Big Motor Sale is taking place in BITEC, Bangkok, from the 16th to the 25th of August 2019. The major brands will feature their newest models and the most beautiful hostesses from Thailand will welcome the visitors.
The first series of pictures are shot with the Leica Noctilux wide open at f/0.95
The Armenian church was created by the first Armenian families that settled in Singapore.It was designed by George Coleman, the architect of many of Singapore’s early buildings. The church is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator, the first Patriarch of the Armenian Church.
The Armenians were among the earliest merchants and traders to arrive in Singapore after Sir Stamford Raffles established it as a trading port in 1819.