Post Tagged with: "peak design"

Gratitude and Future

The past eight weeks have been an absolute whirlwind. It is the first time in quite a while that I am able to sit at home and have the time and space to reflect and plan ahead. These past two months mark the first time that I have been able […]

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Shooting the Lijiang Skyview Adventure

Just wrapped up shooting the Lijiang Skyview Adventure a 65km ultra mountain race in Lijiang, China on the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain at an altitude between 2,400m and 4,460m, Terrain included a glacial erosion lake, alpine meadows, virgin forests & technical scree sections. Here’s some images & a video of how I worked […]

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PhD Film: Nepalese Drug Users

I have just finished a film but you won’t see a trailer or promotional material. In fact, I can’t tell you who the main protagonists are. It is longer in time length than MIRA or anything I have produced and I definitely won’t be submitting this one to BANFF or […]

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2018 Blueprint

I am excited about 2018 as it will be the first year that I will be able to devote myself wholly to photography & filming as I plan to submit my completed PhD thesis in early 2018. When I decided to turn this photography dream into reality and leave my […]

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Where Art & Athletics meet

The perfect blend for me is where athleticism & art meet. I am drawn to that place and so when by chance,  I bumped into Elsa Jean de Dieu last week while I was doing another shoot on the streets of Hong Kong then I jumped at the idea to […]

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Shooting the Ultra Gobi

Just returned from the Gobi Desert where I shot a 400km ultra race called the Ultra Gobi. Branded as China’s most extreme race, the Ultra Gobi is a 400km non-stop, self-navigation ultra marathon held in the Gobi Desert on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau. Below is a raw & unpolished […]

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5 Composition Tips for Sports Photography

Following are some brief tips for sports photography image composition. These are bite sized samples of the tips I demonstrate & cover in detail during the photography workshops I deliver. Composition Tip #1 – FRAMING In this shot taken in Singapore, the sky was featureless & lacking any clouds or […]

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No Take Two – Shooting the HK100

An insight into how I shot images for the HK100 2017. This video pretty much visually sums up how I shoot races: moving light & fast to cover as much ground as possible so that I’m there to capture the race narratives that unfold throughout the race. This is the […]

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