Category Archives: Photography

Shoreditch street art


My parents came to visit this week and requested to see some of the street art in Shoreditch. Of course I obliged to such a surprising and uncharacteristic request by a couple of people in their 60s.

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Trip to Margate

On Saturday, I went on a day trip to Margate together with a small group of my analog photography enthusiast friends. We had planned the trip ages ago, so we were lucky that the weather turned out fantastic.

I decided to shoot my Polaroid land camera on that day, using Fuji FP-100c film.

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Seems like spring has finally sprung in London


Last week I had the chance to borrow the LC-A 120 camera. It’s the medium format version of the LC-A, a camera that I’ve been using for years and which is probably my favourite camera!

Finally the sun came out and the sky changed its colour from grey to blue, so I was out shooting with a friend and managed to produce a few shots that I really like. Continue reading


I have just about emerged from a crazy three months of learning how to code – more about that in my other blog (yes, of course I have two. Who doesn’t?!) and was asked to participate in a photography project on Instagram.

Now, I like to make a big deal of how much I’m into my analog photography and how much better photos look when they’re shot on film but in reality, I’m also quite a bit into my instagramming…

Of course I said yes – anything that gets me shooting or at least thinking about photography again is great. And as an added bonus, the project is a collaboration with the wonderful and talented Zana, pictured below, flying with me in Penang last year:

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Anyway, the Ping Pong Project is a fun collaboration between two photographers who alternate in posting photos on the same Instagram account. Or to use the official explanation from the organisers of the project:

#thepingpongproject is a weekly back and forth visual conversation between 2 photographers. a new game starts every monday.

Zana and I have been doing this since Monday and we’ve already racked up quite a few photos. The last one she posted was of yours truly instagramming her food – it made me laugh so much!

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If you’re interested in our photographic conversation (and comments), head over to the Instagram account:


Old Japanese farm houses in Osaka

Osaka has an outdoor museum dedicated to old farm houses. It’s a bit of a trek to get to and probably not worth it if you have very limited time in Osaka but I had five days, so I decided to check it out. It was quite pleasant.

And they provided mosquito repellent at the entrance! Japan is just such a civilised place.


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