Ting-Li Lin - Fine Art Landscape and Architectural Photographer Born in Taiwan, Ting-Li Lin is a fine art landscape and architectural photographer based in Madison, WI, United States. He expresses his art with contrast, texture, form, color, and illusion. Winner of the First Prize of the Ansel Adams Gallery National Park photo contest in 2009, Ting-Li has held exhibitions at local galleries in Madison, WI, since then. In 2015, he and Max Chen founded , a photography and video production studio with a focus on architecture, technology, and documentary.

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Vlog

I just started my vlog on YouTube this week, in which I’m going to share with you what’s happening in my life and my photography and video production business. Occasionally I might talk about music, statistics, or curling. If you … Read More

Early morning in Viola, Wisconsin

This was my first time to visit Viola, Wisconsin. Ever since I started my photography business, I found myself spending much less time on my personal work. Although it may not seem very productive, I still made some progress. Not … Read More

Violin Photography

With some recently acquired equipment, I finally had some time to do violin photography. Although I had attempted that before, I’ve never come to this close to what I really like. The curvature and reflective surface of violin make it … Read More

Zeiss Otus 85mm lens

Probably the best 85mm lens in 135 format, Zeiss Otus 85mm lens just became the newest member in my camera bag. No doubt it’s a fantastic portrait lens. But you can use it to shoot landscape as well. I’ve been … Read More

Madison Skyline

Not many people would take a photo of Madison skyline on a gloomy day. You probably have seen lots of Madison skyline photos that are much more “beautiful” than this one. If you haven’t, doing a Google search will get … Read More

Refreshing Konica Hexanon Project

While I’m still busy with my new business, I think it’s also about time to refresh my Konica Hexanon Project. Fujifilm X-Pro1 is a great camera that produces fantastic images, but its sensor size just not big enough to use … Read More