There’re a few locations in Hong Kong I found myself repeatedly shooting at, which is very normal for the type of photography I do. Rather than spending time traveling away, I prefer to shoot where I’m usually in. It saves time and still I get to maximize the results for the available resource I have. I end up a few photos (if I find good materials) I want for each mini session I do after work. I walk further when I feel like to, not necessarily a fixed schedule. Bottom line is not to stress myself out, I still get my normal activities in life.
Photos tell a lot of about the person who captured it. He/she could be a shy person, doing the dodgy shots; could be a happy person, capturing all the beauty; could be a very curious individual, going beyond territory of privacy. I think that’s precisely what each of us need to know of, ourselves. Investigate yourself, what interest us the most. It is the catalyst to better photography and I believe a truthful way to do photography we enjoy.