Wednesday, April 16, 2008

trams ...

... a more joyous tram shot from today.:-)


PS. Click the image to enlarge and view exif info.


Blogger bilder said...

Your photos are diverse, and mainly they are taken in the city. Don't you think that you might get in trouble with people, for example police or other easily-irritating people?

Keep up the shooting
See you!


6:58 AM  
Blogger natnat's mom said...

I want to know the answer to the above question too! How do you manage to take pictures of people discreetly? You must be very very fast I guess?

This photo sends me smiles! It's such a candid and funny shot. :-)

Can you share with me on how to take a good picture like yours? Anything that I should pay attention to?

7:36 PM  
Blogger hugo poon said...

Mike: I must be a lucky guy... the people in my city are either friendly or just too busy to care. Anyhow, as I have said a few times ago, not only would I stay as non-intrusive as possible, I'd simply stop photographing even when the slightest objection was expressed by the people.

Natnat's mom: glad you liked this candid.:-) I'm not self-deprecating but I really don't think I possess any special secret except some basics: first, shoot from the heart - do what you feel or should I say, only shoot when you've got a strong feeling. Second, always be prepared - capturing an interesting moment is always a matter of luck but can also be a matter of patience... Of course, I'm not saying photographic knowledge, compositional skills and processing techniques are unimportant, but these are things that can be learned to a certain extent, and the learning process will only be more enjoyable when one has the passion...


8:21 AM  
Blogger natnat's mom said...

Thanks for the advice. Will always remember what you said about "shoot from the heart"! :-)

8:29 AM  

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