I’m kinda glad that I brought my gears back here with me. But the thing is, I’m kinda glad that I’ve just been living it at home for the pass few days. It feels kinda weird, this trip was suppose to be all about taking photos for the sake of taking photos. Photos that are not for sell, not to please clients, and are not for anyone. Then I realize, if I do just that, i’ll be pretty much doing the same. Hence, I think this trip is going to be a lot less photos, and a lot more memories instead.
This is me. Happy to see my lovely Lin. Miss her cute face.
Like I said in my previous post, I had about half an hour free in between shoots on Saturday. So I decided to just sit down and chill. Taking photos and editing them were the last thing on my mind. But some how, the BBoy crew K.O.Crew manage to pull some sick tricks in front of me prompting me to pull my camera out to take this 30 shots.
So yea. Here’s some photos I took while I was chilling on the corner of Little Collin St X Swanston St. I got to say I loved it just sitting there waiting for the ‘moment’ that these guys create their magic.
let me say that you have truly amazing blog filled with even more amazing photos here! I really like how your photos are optimistic and people seem having fun while you shooting them.
Thanks love. I do try and capture real people and have fun with them. This really isn’t a full time job. It’s more like a full time dream really. haha So you’re from Czech Republic huh? I’d love to visit someday if I get a chance!
Hey, you have some great photographs in here. Seems like you're using a Leica, am I wrong ? =)
Hi, I really wish someday I could tell you that I use a Leica for everything but at the moment I shoot with Nikons. My Leica are more sort of for inspirations and to keep myself inspired and hoping that along the way I get to inspire someone else too…
On top of See May’s Graduation end of last year, I also got the chance to shoot Deb’s grad. Deb has been one of AWP’s supporters since the get go. The very very beginning. So there wasn’t a question when she asked if we could shoot her grad for her.
For most of us, we never stop learning. Day in day out. But there is a time where it feels like you’ve done enough of learning. And that is Graduation. The time where you get to receive a piece of paper telling you that the last 4 years of your life, the late nights, the assignments, the exams and all those sleepless nights. Yup. All those add together and that is the worth of your efforts. A piece of paper.
This is See May. And her family. She graduated last year and was lucky enough to get us to photograph some memories for her. This is what we did.