16 Feb Taking Pictures While Stuck on the Bus in Hong Kong

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One of the things I love about Hong Kong is public transit. There’s multiple ways to get from point A to B, it’s efficient, economical and convenient. I think people who choose to drive here are crazy. Other than taking in the sights and sounds (and smells) of this great city while traversing through it’s varied and often maze-like thoroughfares, taking public transit can buy you a lot of time. If you drive, you can’t catch up on email or reorganize your camera bag. Your focus is on driving. As a passenger on public transit, you can choose to do whatever you want to do to pass the time. For someone who is busy, this is a great luxury. The title of this article was meant to be tongue-in-cheek as I enjoy spending most of my time taking pictures while on public transit. I don’t ever feel ‘stuck’ while on the bus. It’s a unique way of photographing a city, especially if you get on a double decker. Let me take you through my process of capturing street style photography from inside the Hong Kong public transit system. Let’s start with equipment choice. It’s practical to use a zoom lens […]

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