DAVID CLARKE had intended to use his new digital camera only to help him with his university work.Sunday, 25 February, 2007, 12:00am
ALEX MAK HON-CHEE is intently studying a Rolleiflex Old Standard camera, circa 1932. The battered German-made camera has seen better days and is a stark contrast to the shiny, new phone camera the teenager is using to record his visit to the Hong Kong Heritage Museum's recently opened Cameras Inside-Out exhibition.11 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
A local artist hopes to strengthen family bonds through his old-fashioned pinhole camera.
Luke Ching Chin-wai, an artist-in-residence with the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, will conduct a family photo-taking session at Hong Kong Park on Sunday.7 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
AS THIS YEAR'S Noorderlicht Photofestival in the Netherlands turns its eyes on South and Southeast Asia, the view is one of bewildering diversity: from musings of a young Filipino coming of age while being shackled by parental domination, to a documentary on the Catholic faith in Indonesia, and photoweavings of the Vietnam war using images from the press and Hollywood movies.10 Sep 2006 - 12:00am
I REMEMBER WELL my first (and only) professional family portrait. I must have been about 12 or 13. My sisters, brother and I had been dreading the date for weeks, as my mother issued increasingly stern proclamations about how much the studio session was going to cost, and how pullers of funny faces would be dealt with swiftly and harshly.25 Aug 2006 - 12:00am
According to the Photo Marketing Association, photography as a hobby has once again taken off and people are now spending huge sums on equipment to capture that perfect moment. Having been a photo enthusiast since the 1960s, I?m delighted the rest of the world is rediscovering this hobby. I am equally delighted my son has taken an interest.17 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Ever since Panasonic put a big optical zoom lens on its F1 digital camera, all other camera makers have released similar models. The latest Kodak is a strong competitor. It combines the big zoom with 6-megapixel imaging and a big 2.5-inch LCD display.16 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
According to the Photo Marketing Association, photography as a hobby has once again taken off and people are now spending huge sums on equipment to capture that perfect moment. Having been a photo enthusiast since the 1960s, I'm delighted the rest of the world is rediscovering this hobby. I am equally delighted my son has taken an interest.16 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Few people look out of their window at a series of ominous storm clouds rapidly descending and have the urge to go hiking. Landscape photographer Edward Stokes is one of the few.
Looking towards Wong Nai Chung Gap from his living-room window, he shakes his head with regret. 'It would be amazing to be up in those hills now photographing those clouds coming in,' he says.16 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
PHOTOS WERE ALL black and white when Lam Kwok-shing joined a studio as a young apprentice in the 1970s. At the time, the studio was called Jim Jim and known in the city for its portrait shots. During its 69-year existence, the business has moved from busy Canton Road to its current location in Yau Ma Tei.10 Jul 2006 - 12:00am