Binondo or the Chinatown of Manila is very lively at night, especially the streets near the Binondo church. You will find calesas (horse carriage), decorated pedicabs and jeepneys, food vendors selling varieties of snacks on the streets and even a roadside karaoke station. I was shooting with my Leica M9 and Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2
A little boy needs daddy For many, many things; Like holding him high off the ground Where the sunlight sings! Like being the deep music That tells him all is right When he awakens frantic with The terrors of the night. Like being the great mountain That rises in his heart And shows him how
Shot with Leica M9 and Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 ASPH V2. Shot at f/1.2, 1/45 sec at ISO 160.
Shot with Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 ASPH Version 2 with Leica M9. Shot at its largest aperture of f/1.2 and slow enough shutter speed, 1/15 sec at ISO 200, to blur the people walking in front of him. Shot last night in Chinatown. Here is another one, a father and a son watching the musician.
I think I have fallen in love with Panorama Photography using my iPhone 4s. I shot this series in Chinatown this evening. I brought my mum who has been recovering well to see the vibrant Chinatown before she leaves this coming Friday. With lots of people moving, it becomes very tricky for the app to
Everyone was waiting what move that guy with the hat was going to make. 🙂 I can’t get enough of shooting these in Chinatown as you probably can tell from my previous posts. I love shooting them playing these games. Their expression, and also those surrounding them, are priceless. They are competing, but they and
I love the story of this image. Can you see the hands of those teenagers eager to get their ice cream? It was a good day for the ice cream man. You can’t see the complete crowd here, but there were about 80-100 teenagers standing around the ice cream man, eagerly waiting for their turn
That f/1.2 just knocked out all those in the background. Shot on Canon 1D Mark IV and 85mm f/1.2.
His name is Robert V and he is my stranger no. 15. Robert came from Tasmania and spent his time traveling between there and Singapore. He is a member of the Singapore Urban Sketchers, a cool group who usually go on a monthly outing together to draw. When I met him, he was drawing a
The guy in the middle fell asleep while the two men were concentrating on their game. Shot with Leica M9 and Zeiss Planar 50mm ZM f/2 lens.
Happy time at Chinatown’s Kreta Ayer market. Taken with Panasonic GF1 and Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.7 lens.