The team from HK URBEX explore an abandoned movie studio – once the world’s largest.
Photoshop whizz willieraipan has produced a series of pictures which unite old and new Hong Kong. Previously the blog showcased ‘HK Man’s’ efforts to contrast yesterday’s city with modern scenes captured from the same spot.
Willieraipan takes this one step further by cleverly blending HK Man’s vintage and contemporary photos, making it seem as if there is a ‘glitch in the matrix’…
Part 2, click here for Part 1.
Photos below courtesy of Keith Mulcahy of Black-Cygnus.com
Dan Marker-Moore is a motion designer and photographer based in Los Angeles. He shares his unique Hong Kong ‘Time Slice’ photography with Hong Wrong. Visit his portfolio here.
Dan stitches together hundreds of photos to make one Time Slice image using Adobe Lightroom to colour correct and After Effects to composite. The photo above represents 57 photos shot from Victoria Peak over an hour and 40 minutes
Part 1. Click here for Part 2.
Hong Kong’s 2015 International Pillow Fight Day – the biggest ever – was featured in the Ming Pao, ITN, Buzzfeed, The Washington Post, NBC, CCTV, The Independent, NRT, Toronto Sun, Canberra Times, USA Today & Globe & Mail.
Many thanks to all who attended, especially to the Hong Kong heroes who helped clean up and to the police and LCSD for letting us have fun! Around 800 people attended this year.
Post from RICOH THETA. #theta360 – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Dorason is a Hong Kong-based ‘post-90s’ photographer.
Photos from yesterday’s gathering marking six months since the beginning of the Umbrella Movement. Courtesy of Dan Garrett.
A Huffington Post cross-feature. Some names have been altered and identities obscured to protect those featured.
Village houses and flats overlook a ramshackle slum in Lam Tei, a suburb in Hong Kong’s New Territories. As of December 2014, the city is home to 9,618 asylum claimants.
Guest post from the HK URBEX team – follow them on Facebook.
Assortments of corroding tools and unused medical equipment sit gathering dust in this medical facility which once carried out 60 per cent of all abortions in the city a year.
Art Basel 2015 has kicked off with public show dates from Sunday, March 15th to Tuesday, March 17th.
Tickets start from HK$250 via HK Ticketing. (Advance tickets for Sunday are sold out, but a limited number are available on the door)