Articles by: lbvisuals

Your Voice

Last year, I ran a six month photography course for a small group of people.  I worked with them closely and recorded this message for them as they neared the end of the course. These words about finding and protecting your voice to express through imagery still resonate with me […]

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Gratitude to Friends

  Over the past week in Hong Kong, I arranged photo shoots for two very close friends. I have known Sunil and Den for almost thirty years and we have gone from mountain tops to the darkest depths together. This has particularly been the case over the past two years […]

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  ∞ Images:  Anya Belcher  |  Tattoo Artist:  Nic Tse  |  Studio:  Mei Wah Tattoo 美華刺青 (Hong Kong)  |  Tattoo Calligraphy Design:  Gabbie Belcher  | Date:  March 10th 2021  |  Cameras:  Hasselblad 500c/m & Nikon Fm3a  |  Film Stock:  Ilford Delta 400, HP5 & Portra 400 ∞   I no longer […]

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HK100 2021 Flex Images

The HK100 Flex event kicked off on Saturday January 16th 2021 on a beautiful day in Hong Kong. I went out on the course with Race Directors Steve & Janet to cheer those who were taking on the 50km and 100km challenges. I took my cameras as well and shot […]

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Hong Kong Hustle – Teaser Video

Racing trams, hurtling through back alleys & street markets to bemused stares in the old quarters of Hong Kong Island.  This latest video production was filmed for T8 in Hong Kong and I had my work cut out for me chasing speedster Jeff Campbell around with cameras.  Hong Kong Hustle […]

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Twenty Four Years Today

Twenty four years ago on this day, I married my best friend.  I could not bear to stay at home and so earlier today,  I set off on a run from the old car garage at 7 Yan Hing Street (仁興街) in Tai Wo that was converted into a church […]

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T8 Promotional Photo Shoot

A few days ago I posted an image from a photo shoot for T8 that I took of Veronika Vadovičová striding out against a backdrop of Kowloon soaking in the setting sun. I posted this shot on my Instagram and Facebook pages and I have genuinely been moved by the messages […]

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Farewell Mamiya

A few days ago, I headed to the laboratory in Hong Kong and picked up the very last roll of film that I shot on my Mamiya 645 before it quietly took its’ final bow and headed off into the analogue sunset. This Mamiya has been my favourite camera. From […]

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