I’m now convinced that Hong Kong is a street photographer’s paradise.
I’ve been paying attention to grids, lines and colours and it seems to me that all I have to do is wait a little bit and the composition would fall into place after a while.
Mongkok is rather good for that sort of thing.
For example, the rectangular green grids of this candy store window has a lomography edge to it, and all I had to do was to memorise where the framelines of my beloved Leica M6 would be and wait until someone walks into the frame. Check out the reflections and the Chinese characters – they’re there and yet not so overwhelming:
The diagonal lines were calling out to me as I was on a bridge:
And finally, I like the grungy and yet contemplative mood this evokes:
And I’m keeping a close watch on my diminishing supply of Kodak Portra 400 film with which these were taken…
Thanks for coming by today.