If I only had one exhibition to check out this week, it'd be Sarah Choi's Sound of Street show in Sheung Wan. I love the way she captures the colour and movement of Hong Kong's streets. Originally from Seoul, she's been here for 10 years, and her...
I'm not one prone to hyperbole. I don't easily get caught up in gear hype. However, I can whole-heartedly say that my decision to purchase and shoot with a little army of film point and shoot cameras early last year was easily the best decision I made for both my personal work and my own growth as a photographer. When I say that picking up a $20 camera will change your life and your photographs, I mean it – and other photographers agree!
As part of our growth for 2015, we are planning to release TCF-branded ebooks. The first of these focuses on a genre of photography I have a strong affinity for, street photography. In The Candid Frame: On Street Photography, I share with you some of the things that make a difference in my own photographic work and I want to offer it to you for free.
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