Taken in Bangalore, India in 2006, this portrait was made possible because of the little boy’s mother. I was shooting at one of the wet markets I visited in Bangalore when I saw this little boy with his mother who wanted him to look at my camera when I was shooting him. She placed her
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Shooting street photography in Hong Kong is fun. I have only been to few places in the Sheung Wan and Central areas but I am sure there are lots of other locations that will satisfy your photography appetite. If you have been to any other locations in Hong Kong and would love to share, kindly
A time for giving and it is my free Adobe Lightroom Preset for Black and White conversion with a slight toning called BWCoffee1. You can download the preset here. Instruction on how to install the preset in Adobe Lightroom: Unzip the downloaded file in your preferred location. You will see a file HendraLauwBWCoffee1.lrtemplate. That’s the
Shot in 2007, this photo of Bromo above is not the best photo of Bromo. There are many much better photo of it which I have seen before. The lighting that morning was flat and the sky was overcast. But I just want to post it anyway after I read the news about its recent
I shot this in December 2005 during that year’s Singapore’s Standard Chartered Marathon. I had never seen people run with prosthetic leg before. I didn’t and still don’t know the man, but I was very impressed and proud of him. Bear with me as this blog entry is going to be all over the place
A quick post for tonight. Have you been practicing the travel portrait photography tips I shared before?
Have you ever thought of going to a place for your next vacation with your family and children where you can get plenty of excitements from dawn to dusk, good foods and ample space and activities for relaxation without having to rent a car, take a train, bus or taxi to go from one place
Many years from now, do you want to remember what your children had in their room when they were five? While it’s important to shoot their portraits, don’t forget to shoot other details of their growing up days. Their favorite toys, their drawings (scan them too), their art work, things they do, things they have, etc.