3-D Hong Kong

The plastic Nishika visit to Hong Kong. It was hot, it was crowded but it is always worth a visit. We managed to stay in Mong Kok this time and it was nice and close to the markets. Like usual these were all taken with Fuji Superia 200.

 

 

 

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This guy was pretty cool. He was setting up his ultralight tripod with a film camera in front of all the different soccer players to take a portrait of himself. I wonder what kinda film he uses. He kinda looks like a Kodak gold kinda guy.

 

 

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For this particular photo I left the frames in. I just wanted a different look. I feel it kinda works even though it is a bit hectic. As you can see the frama a Nishika creates is not as narrow as the photos you see on this page. Cropping is at fault here.

 

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The famous 5 star ferry from TST to Hong Kong island.

 

 

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Old school advertisements for foot massages with wifi !

 

 

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The double connected peace sign hand gesture. Must be the latest and coolest rage.

 

 

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “3-D Hong Kong

  1. I like the way you have experimented with your gif speed, it is interesting to see what works, and doesn’t work so well. Also, I like the one with part of the adjacent frames – it is different and adds a vibrancy that works for a busy street scene.

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