The transitory event building was designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) and was opened in June 2016, in Kensington Gardens, London. For the last sixteen years, each year, bespoke architects were invited to design the pavilion. When I was in the UK for nearly six weeks during summer break, I had the chance to witness this piece of Read More
I hope you are all enjoying your summer, wherever you are. Here are a couple of recent 360s pictures from the hot and humid Ningbo and surrounding. 360s are edited using PT Gui. Embedded YouTube video is a 360 video taken last weekend while cycling through nearest mountains, not far from the university. Total cycling Read More
A wee of fun, I submitted three photos and joined the university level photography competition for the first round. Apparently I got shortlisted for the second round, with another 19 students. After submitting another three pictures, one of last three was selected to be voted. Unfortunately it’s a Wechat (the Chinese social media, or mainly Read More
Matt and I did a weekend project on capturing light, shadow and motions. Facilitated by BeePhoto who let us use the studio while they were away for a photo mission in Xi’an. We meant to do this for quite a long time, just had the opportunity this weekend. Shot using Olympus OMD EM1 and GoPro Read More
Hiya photography people! If you are in town this Sunday and fancy joining a photo walk in Nantang Old Street, please contact me. It’s been a while and the weather is forecasted to be sunny. We might want to check out the second phase which is recently completed. All types of cameras are welcomed, nothing Read More
A couple of weekends ago we did some aerial photography shots using one of our quadcopters. Yes, we currently possess four of those amazing quads in different sizes. To be precise, three flying ones and one is currently out of action We used this quad, FH410, which we also brought to Indonesia and flew him Read More
Hiya, Today has been a glorious day, the first sunny day after the typhoon. I was wandering around campus where we live, stumbled upon some fantastic scenery of scattered benches, playful light and shadows near the staff apartments. Absolutely gorgeous. So I thought, that will a next small project: documenting (bolted down) sitting spaces, particularly Read More
I had the chance to see the six months expo. A celebration of architecture, culture, food and people. Under the theme of “Feeding the Planet, the Energy of Life”, the expo exhibits 145 countries’ culture in self built pavilions and grouped pavilions. Full list of participating countries are here. ArchDaily did a roundup about the Read More
The weekend. The weather is nice but I am injured, so am not capable on joining the morning cycle with the boys. So yesterday I had a last minute idea about going to a photo walk. Pick-a-something challenge, means I picked a colour and spent an hour hunted and papped anything with a chosen colour. I chose Read More
April 2014. I love the inner layers of this purple cabbage. I had this shot accidentally, due to some error when preparing salad. Been trying to imagine to use this as a design concept, but just do not have the project to implement. Inspirational source from nature, what not to like!
April 2014. I am quite into cooking probably because I love taking pictures, food is one of the simplest object. My antidote after a long day of reading. My skills are rather mediocre, nothing special, just love to do the research and implement basic recipes. I do admire David Loftus too, Jamie Oliver’s food photographer Read More
March 2014. A day trip to Shaoxing, very interesting city not far from Ningbo.