A selection of original photographs by Kevin Dowie is now online.
a 30 second exposure with a tripod-mounted camera allows passing harbour traffic to register as light trails against the neon lights of Hong Kong.
…. double-decker trams, a result no doubt of the many years of British influence there.
Easily accessible via Hong Kong’s public transport network, this temple offers some interesting photographic opportunities.
Looking directly upwards from a public space in Hong Kong to capture the towers as they reach skyward.
remarkable as digital imaging technology is, it wouldn’t be possible to get a usable single image that would deliver the dynamic range of the finished photo.
Taking photos in the complex was a matter of moving quietly, respecting the activities of others, and dealing with challenging light conditions.
A delivery truck sighted in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Hong Kong. Colour, geometric shapes, and lines….
Mong Kok, Hong Kong is known for being a centre for the sale of beautiful aquarium fish of all sorts, colours, sizes.
in Hong Kong during a sustained period of dreary weather taking candid shots of people, abstracts, and being drawn to colourful reflections.
An evening spent on Kowloon Peninsula’s quayside overlooking Hong Kong’s rightly famous Victoria Harbour. A scene to inspire a photographer or a painter!
Ngong Ping on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island is home to the Po Lin Monastery and the Tian Tan, or “Giant” Buddha.