Tag: street photography

Leica M9, Jamie Chan, Street Photography, No Foreign Lands, Singapore, Blogger, Travel

Off the Streets 4

Long post ahead! I had the opportunity to work with the Leica M9 and the Summarit 35mm F2.5 for the past two days and I have a love-hate ok mostly love relationship with it! For starters, I had never produced more ‘artistic images’ in such a short span of […]

Mamiya 645, Jamie Chan, Street Photography, No Foreign Lands, Blogger, Singapore, Travel

Off The Streets 3

New images from the streets! This post was supposed to be out last week but guess who got inundated in work everyday T_T In any case, I made time and managed to once again walk around with the Mamiya 645AF3 and Phase One P30+ back. I am pretty surprised that […]

Mamiya, Medium Format, Street Photography, Jamie Chan, Blogger, Black and white

Off the Streets 2

Before I start, I’ll just like to wish Singapore a Happy Birthday(: I decided against editing images today and went out for a short walk on the streets before my next shoot. I played with the Mamiya 645AF3 and the Phase One P30+ digital back while I was […]

Street Photography, Jamie Chan, Black and White, Canon, No Foreign Lands, Blogger

Off The Streets

I make it a point to shoot alongside my students when I am teaching them. The topic for today is street photography which is something I really enjoy doing. Being invisible, and as David Gibson puts it, ‘looking for luck.’ Street photography is all about photographing the mundane […]

Thailand, Transport, Jamie Chan, Travel Blogger, No Foreign Lands

Traveling Lost

This is a way overdue post mainly because I don’t know if I should even make certain things public and that the cat is on my laptop half the time which equals to no work day<3 Well given that I’ve edited, re-edited and stared at this post for more […]

Street Photography, Jamie Chan, Blogger, Photographer

From the streets

When I shoot on the streets, I almost always go home without a single usable image. Moments on the streets are just like moments in my really spontaneous life, they happen for that split second and they are gone. When I was starting out in photography, I remember dragging myself […]