We’ve been talking about we wanted to host a Strobist 102 workshop.
we did 101 a few time already, time to move up and go practical.
So last weekend, few of us decided to do a test run.
Organized a small scale workshop with 5 people only.
It was quite successful I think.
We hired one model, and XXOM also brought a friend.
Read on to check out some of the model shots and test shot!! and find out how we think about the meetup
So.. I was suddenly in the mood to search for broken building this week (well.. I’ve been trying to search for a while..)
Somehow i have a thing for broken places, used to love the “Brick work” in Toronto (used to be a brick factory, got discarded for years)
First stop i went was M50. on Moganshan Lu (莫干山路）
there is a building I’ve seen a few time.. but never got the chance to find way to access it.
here’s the building. It is a 3 floored building but i i don’t think upstair can be access.. the floor already hollowed.. probably not safe to get up there.
First of all,
I have to say i was going to update this 2 weeks ago.
but my connection to WordPress been acting up like crazy!
So i can’t post anything properly until now.
Anyway, hope this won’t happen again.
Now the main story.
So 2 weeks ago, on July 24, 2010
We were having the first “Scott Kelby’s Annual World Wide photowalk” in Shanghai.
We went from Jingan Temple all the way to Huaihai Zhong Rd.. about 3.5km
we had 35 people in the group! all with camera in their hands, and walked for good 3-4 hrs!
It was great fun! and many many thanks to John for organizing this!
Anyway.. gonna share some more pic after the break, so click to see more!
So, Continuing my Journey from part 1
We ended taking a short break in Huanlong Camera market, while waiting for my other friend to come.
once everyone’s here, we keep going and head down to subway line 4. and head to Baoshan station.
Once i got off the train.. i can feel the chaos-ness.
First, a first “electric bike” accident (with another bike) i’ve every seen in shanghai.
Nothing much to see, normal yelling at each other kinda thing.
So I was doing some street photography with friends last weekend.
It’s the first time I’ve been to this area. SongJiang Creek. The route is roughly like this
It is one of the area that still remain less develop compare to the central shanghai.
Got out of the Subway station, I was waiting for Savio.
So i walk back and forth looking for a convenience store to get a quick drink.
a few girls were looking at umbrella. it was a rainy day.. at least we were expecting to rain.