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2012 Personal Favourites

2012 has been an exciting year for me. I have learnt so much in photography and met great people who share the same passion. I couldn't get enough shooting as much as I wanted. So much more I was longing for venturing into. However as I couldn't have it all, I must value it more. Thank you everyone who caught in my frame and gave me the power to pursue into photography. These are the personal top 10 photos of the year 2012.

1. The two dare devils at Wattamolla beach in Royal National Park. Beautiful place with an amazing water fall. Surely now only the water falls from this place. This image was also selected by Photos 1440 Challenge held by Sydney Morning Herald.  (28th Jan, Canon EOS 40D)

2. The nun doing silent protest againg the abortion near Central Station, Sydney. My only decent juxtaposition photo in a year. Although I do respect her devotion to her faith, I could not agree to the anti-abortion movement. Jesus looked worried about her. (30th Jun, Fujifilm Finepix X100)

Trip To South, Batemans Bay

It's a holiday season in Australia. Let's bring some summer colours back. Wonderful way of finishing the year with the beautiful sun of the Sydney south.






All the images were taken with X100.
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Director's Cut

Some of the remaining shots from my film rolls are here. Various places at various times.
Palm beach at Sydney. Enjoying the last sun of the day. My well loved X100, focusing fail. The Centennial Park, Sydney. Jewish father and son taking a rest from bike ride. Near Haberfield Bay, Sydney. Fishing man. Darling Habour, Sydney. Early morning, peaceful time. Santa at the Sydney Convention Centre. Birds at Darling Habour, Sydney. China town, Sydney. Christmas shopping at the local store.
All the images were taken with Olympus OM10 with Kodak Tri-x 400.
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Chinese Garden

For the first time I visited Chinese Garden at Darling Harbour, Sydney. It's a kinda unusual place in my opinion. Although Darling Harbour is very close to the China town, its unanticipated appearance at there doesn't seem to be mixing well with the atmosphere of Darling Harbour. However, I have to say the garden itself is very well maintained and a nice place to spend some time.

On the day I was acquainted with the fellow photographers and this might be the last photo shooting of 2012. Have a great new year guys!


All the images were taken with Olympus OM10 with Kodak Tri-x 400.

My shooting with Tri-x continues. Unfortunately, there was a dreadful news about film this week. Film is dying apparently and no one can deny that. Since Eastman Kodak marketed the first flexible photographic roll film in 1885, I joined the party 127 yrs after, maybe it's a bit late.

More hopeful response to the newsweek article written by Bellamy, also well known as Japanese Camera Hunter, is a ve…