Spring 2013

The more I use the X-Pro1, the more I like it, especially its color. Although it still has some quirks I would never like, I guess I can’t ask too much. After all, no camera is perfect. The Hexanon AR … Read More

Photographs On Display

It’s always a pleasure to see my photographs being printed, framed, and displayed. The experience is totally different than seeing them on a computer screen. These three photos are from my series Solitude – An Endless Journey. They are LaserJet … Read More

Two Trees

Some of you may know that I broke my Fujifilm G617 few months ago, and Fujifilm couldn’t repair it because the parts are no longer available. Not that I repaired it by myself, but I bought another one because I … Read More

Professor Tyrone Greive

Violin Professor Tyrone Greive is retiring from the University of Wisconsin-Madison this spring. He had retired from the Madison Symphony Orchestra as a concertmaster in 2010. He performed the Violin Concerto No.2 by Szymanowski with the UW-Madison Symphony Orchestra tonight. … Read More

Spring is (almost) here

We had about a week of spring in Wisconsin. And all of a sudden it felt like winter again today, although we didn’t get 10+ inches of snow in Madison.

Hasselblad to cease production of V system

Hasselblad announced yesterday that they are going to put their V system to an end. It’s not a surprising news, but I was always wondering when this day would come. I bought my first Hasselblad, a 501CM, in 2007, and … Read More

Fujifilm X-Pro1 and Konica Hexanon Lenses

It’s about time to bring my Konica Hexanon Project into digital era. The Fujifilm X-Pro1 seems to be an ideal camera for the project, and I really love the color rendering from the X-Trans sensor. Its poor auto-focus would not … Read More

SPE National Conference

Last week, I attended my first SPE (Society of Photographic Education) National Conference, which was held in Chicago. I was not very sure about what to expect before the event but only knew Martin Parr and Richard Misrach would be … Read More

Solitude

This is photo #12 in my latest series Solitude. You can find other photos in this series through this link. Please feel free to leave your feedback here. Thank you!

Indie Coffee

My favorite coffee shop in Madison. Not only do I like their coffee, I also enjoy the atmosphere there. It is sometimes the place where I come out with new ideas in life and photography.

Taoyuan · 桃園

The more I shoot with a 4×5 camera, the more I like its 4:5 ratio. I was a fan of square images, and I think I still am. Nevertheless, for landscapes, the 1:1 ratio doesn’t always work very well for … Read More

Winter

This photo was taken near the entrance of the UW-Madison Arboretum with a Fujifilm G617 panoramic camera, which I bought last year but didn’t spend much time with it until recently. Its 105mm lens is ideal for me, if not … Read More

Symphony

Konica Auto S3 / Kodak Ektar 100 Yes, the Konica Hexanon Project is still alive, barely. I hope to take more photos this year, especially this winter.

Wisconsin Winter

已經不記得上回遇到華氏零下的氣溫是什麼時候了,也很久沒看到發電廠運作得那麼起勁。 至少,上班之前天已亮,下班之時夜未至,拍照的時間應該會愈來愈多才是。 接下來的一個月會是今年最關鍵的一個月 — 能愈冷愈開花嗎?

高雄 · Kaohsiung

台灣,是個既熟悉又陌生的地方。從來沒好好看過台灣,或許是沒機會,但更有可能是不願。兩年前重新認識了一下花蓮,今年,如蜻蜓點水般地造訪了高雄。 兩次旅途,都是為了見見朋友。

Reconstruction

I spent some time this week on redesigning my web site and integrating all my blogs into this one. Instead of having different things in different places, now I think putting them together may not be a bad thing since … Read More

父子

終於拍完今年的第二卷 120 底片,這張竟是六個月前拍的耶!(嚴格說起來這應該是第一卷,因為另一卷其實是拿去測試相機用了。)

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