My real passion is still with landscape photography, but lately I just cannot find time for it. To have a good landscape photo, patience and luck play even more important roles than good camera gears and techniques do. I don’t mind to wait or to wake up early to catch the light for right moment, but I just cannot afford time to do so. ;(
Portraiture is more about artificial lights, though a good photographer always makes the best uses of ambient lights. Since I don’t have time for serious landscape shooting, I end up retouching some old photos from my archive and doing some portrait shooting lately. My lighting is pretty basic and simple, normally a bouncing light from my hot shoe with my Nissin Di 622, as I am not serious enough to make investment on additional lighting gears.
These are some my shots from a catwalk at Canadia tower on 10 April 2011. Thank to Kimlong for inviting me to the event.