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REVIEW Phottix TR90 – Intervalometer

Phottix TR90 – Intervalometer – Clicker
To make long word, intervalometer, simple think of a remote finger to click the camera shoot button.  Now an an intervalometer is a tool that makes photography like time-lapse possible.  Imaging trying to push down on the shutter button every second, two, five or what ever the interval is.  The […]

By |November 3rd, 2014|Behind The Camera|0 Comments

Hong Kong City of Lights

Hong Kong is a city of light that pushes ones senses to the max.  The transition from sparkling reflective waters and mono-tone buildings with a backdrop of green mountains to one of dynamic ever changing lights of all types are a feast for ones eyes.  This is highlighted at 8pm every evening for 14 minutes […]

By |October 30th, 2014|City in Focus|0 Comments

REVIEW – Velbon 830 Tripod

REVIEW – Velbon Neo Carmagne 830 Tripod & QHD-65D Head
The Velbon Neo Carmagne 830 Tripod & QHD-65D Head is an essential part of my gear bag. As part of my on going unbiased review series of blogs today I look at one of the biggest pieces of my camera equipment.  I’ve been as guilty of many in […]

By |October 30th, 2014|Behind The Camera|0 Comments

REVIEW – Urban Tool camBag

REVIEW – Urban Tool camBag
As a professional photographer and even more as a time-lapse photographer I’m always looking for different gear to make my passion a bit easier.  Over the years one of my big challenges as a professional photographer and even more as a time-lapse photographer camera bags have been my nemesis.  As many […]

By |October 29th, 2014|Behind The Camera|0 Comments

Dynamic Unbiased Reviews

Honest, open, candid and fluid reviews by a myself a professional photographer for photographers.  Reviews that are open and honest to assist all those from users to providers.  Explaining to you what attracted me to the product, the purpose and more importantly how it holds up in the field.   As a professional time-lapser I’m […]

By |October 23rd, 2014|Behind The Camera|0 Comments

Tram – Ding Ding – a ride into History

By |October 19th, 2014|City in Focus|0 Comments

Hong Kong Bad Air Days

Hong Kong offers one of the most amazing skyline standing in front of lush green mountains and peaks but when the winds die down or they blow down from the north we get bad air days..  This however is not what occurs on many days due to differing factors.  This can make it very challenging […]

By |September 23rd, 2014|City in Focus|0 Comments

The Colours of a Typhoon

In 2012 I was stopped in the street in Mong Kok as they stalls in Ladies Market where being packed away many hours before usual closing by the local press.  They asked me what I thought of typhoons.  My response was more an personal observation that the city goes to sleep.  All the boats go […]

By |September 16th, 2014|City in Focus|0 Comments

Fireworks – China National Day, October 1st, New Years Eve & Chinese New Year

Fireworks displays in Hong Kong are legendary, breathtaking shows of pyrotechnics that light up the Hong Kong skyline over beautiful Victoria Harbour.

Fireworks – China National Day, October 1st,  Chinese New Year and New Years Eve are a display like no other. Crowds of photographers gather early in the day along the waterfront to capture the stunning […]

By |September 14th, 2014|City in Focus|0 Comments

Hong Kong Less Travelled – Article Pak Lap Wan Beach

Hong Kong Less Travelled – Article Pak Lap Wan Beach Summer 2014
Lapse of Time HK is proud to announce that I’ll be working with the blog “Hong Kong Less Travelled”  to focus on the other side of Hong Kong away from the skyscrapers and city lights.  All the images that are on the blog will […]

By |September 12th, 2014|City in Focus, News|0 Comments