Street Photography in Bangkok and Hong Kong 2017 – Bangkok Video



Published: 2017-05-19 07:14:56

Welcome to my 2017 Bangkok and Hong Kong travel series. I have tons of content on its way, but this video is an overview and sneak peek of what’s coming up in the coming weeks. The main event was the Monogram Asia 8 x 8 Streetphotography Workshop in Bangkok. It was a huge success, and it was an honour and privilege to have been part of it. I thank Victor and Carmen of Barton 1972 for being part of my team to film the event. I also had a few smaller events, such as my film shootout, sponsored by CineStill Film and Meteor Hong Kong. Big thanks always to Helen and Florence of Fujifilm Canada for their continued support of my brand. Enjoy this introduction video, but stay tuned for more content coming soon.

Thank-you for all your support. If you liked this video, please go samurai on the LIKE button, and don’t forget to tell your friends. I would love to grow this channel so I can make more of these travel series videos throughout the year.

Please check out Victor and Carmen of Barton 1972’s website and IG account:

https://www.barton1972.com/
https://www.instagram.com/barton1972/

Check out Monogram Asia for past and upcoming events:

http://www.monogramasia.com/
https://www.instagram.com/monogramasia/

Check out CineStill’s website and IG account:

https://cinestillfilm.com/
https://www.instagram.com/cinestillfilm/

Check out the coolest hotel in Bangkok, the Nandha Hotel:

http://nandhahotelsthailand.com/
https://www.instagram.com/nandhahotel/

Check out the (in)famous Bellamy Hunt aka Japan Camera Hunter’s website:

http://www.japancamerahunter.com/
https://www.instagram.com/japancamerahunter/

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*This video was shot on the Fujifilm X-T20 and X-T2 using the XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS lens. the additional b-roll footage came from various cameras, including the iPhone 6S, iPhone 7S Plus, Canon 6D, Sony A6300. Video edited in iMovie on a MBP 2015.

**Another shout out to Victor and Carmen of Barton 1972 for spending so much of their time and resources with me, showing me around both in Thailand and Hong Kong. Thanks Victor for loaning me ‘Lenny’ (Leica MP) and the Ricoh GR-1V
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13 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Loved seeing the Bronica RF645 at 5:09!

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  2. Excited for all of the videos and content you've teased. Will be cool to hear your thoughts on how you got on with your setup on the trip when you get back.

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  3. kinda missed u in the street,.. more street photography video please

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  4. That was really well thought and executed, as far as the video, Take. Well done. Keeping it rolling, dynamic, informative and making use of that big heart of yours by clearly featuring everyone else plus the film and the gear. You're the best, man, at being there for others, mediating, helping people connect, and that is one of the reasons why they (we) follow you and like you. 👍👍👍

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  5. Cannot wait for Hong Kong on November 😁lots of familiar faces in that video…

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  6. Looking forward to all the other videos you shoot during your trip. Thanks for this one.

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  7. If your cousin is on the lookout for a cute 40 year old Canadian boy, point her in my direction…

    Nice to see your face. Was starting to miss your videos. Cheers 🙂

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  8. I always love the colors in your videos.

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  9. Lovely video Take. Hopefully one day you'll be able to come to the UK again…..it's definitely always rain in the air here 🙂

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  10. I really love your channel (sub long time ago, of course). Your passion about photography and gear are real. Thanks for another great video!

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  11. 30 rolls of Cinestill?! Thats insane!! :O 😀

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