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Closer to Image
Everyone has his or her own interpretations of life. If there are ten people, there will be ten different perceptions viewing life from different angles. When seeing a photo, we are viewing life from the photographer’s perspective. Have you ever thought of being the first person, to see and experience the whole story and share your perspective?
Though people still try to capture their moment of somewhere at some time in their own way. It’s like pressing the save button, travellers around the world saved the moments by films or words. Every film portrays particular emotion while styles and atmospheres vary with different equipment, film or lens chosen.
To capture love
A Tokyo based photographer from Hong Kong. With more than 10 years of experience in professional photography, Kaho specialises in documentary photography and in-depth reportage, as well as travel photography. He captures important moments with unique perspective. Kaho has won the 2nd place in 2017 International Photography Award (People and Lifestyle category) for the coverage of Tibetan Plateau. He also received honourable mentions for the photo essay of Japan’s Ama Diver and the photoshoot in Iran.
To cure my curiosity
A registered social worker who loves wandering. She travelled to a lot of countries with her backpack. Seeing different cultures and people from the angle of humanity and care, she began to perceive the world with her better self. She has published a book named “If wandering is a practice.” to document her reflections on the road.
To keep a distance through practices.
Kit Chan, a journalist and photographer. He keeps on his observation and documenting of architecture, small shops, the space and people wherever he is. His works can be found on the “City Magazine” and PMQ complex. At the same time, he ran a local shop named “Makee” in Sheung Wan in order to seek for more possibilities in life.
To travel through busy cities.
Timothy Ma, a freelance photographer based in Hong Kong. He loves to travel. Every time he travels, he tries to observe and capture every city in a special angle.
Yung Pui Tong, a freelancer specialised in film photography. She graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Waseda University of Japan. A backpack trip after graduation rocked her world, her thoughts about travel and her perception of the world.
The joyful encounter.
A writer born in the 90s. M.A. Japanese Studies of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Works included “Tokyo scenery” and “Happy Photo Studio”.