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One Last Adventure in Stockholm

You know that feeling when you visit a new destination, and it’s the complete opposite of what you imagined it to be? That’s what happened to me when I arrived in Stockholm. For my whole life, I associated Sweden with minimalism and modernism thanks to IKEA and Spotify. While the semi-cashless aspect of the country is pretty “technologically advanced”, I was surprised to see so much traditional architecture. It’s definitely not the land of time machines and jetpacks that I imagined it to be. Continue Reading…

Rainy and Moody in Munich

Today was a really lazy day. Mike and I were both exhausted after getting back from Berlin last night, so we slept in and took it easy today. After brunch, we took a stroll through Olympiapark and visited the BMW Museum. Continue Reading…

Lightroom CC for iPad – An Unfortunate Compromise

I recently started traveling full time, so I purchased an iPad Pro to accompany my MacBook Pro. I’m going to be spending a lot of time writing in coffee shops around the world over the next few months, so I don’t want to carry my MacBook Pro around unless I absolutely have to. Continue Reading…

ACROS in Kennedy Town

I’m a little over two months into my six month working holiday, and I’m already so burnt out from processing RAW images in Lightroom. After arriving in Hong Kong a few days ago, I decided to stop shooting RAW for the time being. I spent a few hours researching my X-Pro2’s film simulation presets and set up Classic Chrome for color and ACROS for black and white. Continue Reading…

Midnight Monochrome in Omotesandō

After dinner at The Great Burger, we decided to burn some calories by wandering around Omotesandō for a while. It was pretty quiet at this late hour, so shooting a few frames in black and white seemed appropriate. Continue Reading…

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