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Sutro Baths 2.0

06 Aug 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day

Apparently Sutro Baths looks very differently depending on what tide its in. On my previous visit (Link) I was able to see it in low tide revealing the buried structures and rocks beneath. This time, all I saw was sand. It did not yield good results. Therefore I switch to different views. I went with a few people from the group call Bay Area Photography club (Facebook Link). If you’re in the bay and want to hang out with some up and coming enthusiast, you’re welcome to join. Nice people. If you haven’t been to sutro baths, I highly recommend going.

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Clarion Alley with Joanie Chiu

29 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in People, Pix a Day, Portraiture

On this occasion, I had the opportunity to teach a friend of mine how to use a strobe off camera. He had a really nice flash but had not realized it full potentials yet. Not to say i am an expert at flash (afterall, I shoot buildings) I do know enough to do weddings and engagement sessions. But I would have to work with people to get the right shots. I am after all the democratic type that like to help clients design a shot that’s meaningful to them. Joanie’s (Nathan’s Sister) wedding will be in a few months and Nathan would like to be able to shoot some nice photos of them. They have a wedding photographer so im not too worried. They’ve requested trying out some graffiti. And here is my attempt.

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Setting a Rate for your Buisness

24 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day

Pricing.  I know that people get frustrated from me not being able to answer how much my rates are.  But honestly I dont even want to give a rate until I meet someone. Not that I dont want to shoot, but there are some clients you just dont want to deal with. Sometimes those people ask me why I charge so much. I guess those people forgot that I shoot so that I can maintain my daily cost of doing business which includes:

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Stephane & Suzanne in Muir Woods

24 Jul 2012 / 1 Comment / in People, Pix a Day, Portraiture

Located North of the city of San Francisco is a treasure known as Muir Woods.Here’s the little history from Wiki…..

“One hundred fifty million years ago ancestors of redwood and sequoia trees grew throughout the United States. Today, the Sequoia sempervirens can be found only in a narrow, cool coastal belt from Monterey, California, in the south to Oregon in the north.

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三里屯 SANLITUN – Beijing – Kengo Kuma Associate Architects

While Kuma San never really talk about his urban design projects, I find them fairly interesting. They are not the most innovative designs, but he is convincing. For some reason, he was able to create a mall that’s not indoors. And this is difficult because its fairly hot in the summer in Beijing, and many contemporary malls in China are indoors, and lacks any relationships with its site. Additionally, there’s enough program and circulation on the site such that it is very friendly to a street audience. Its relatively active all hours of the day, and in a way, I think its successful in a city that doesn’t have a lot of enjoyable public spaces.

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Stata In Light

24 May 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day, TimeLapse, Video

Stata in Light is part of Series called ‘Image of Architecture: Finding Transience’


Image of MIT is that of a place where research exceeds all other schools. Therefore, it is associated as a place where students are primary in labs and that research dominates student life. The campus and its architecture, often overshadowed by the research, are assumed “Lifeless.”

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22 May 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day

This design exercise was a test that foundations can be an integral design element as well as a component that stands (no pun intended) on its own. For 4.510 Design final, our team design a foundation to support the pavilion above


04 Apr 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day

Spring is so pretty. I wish I had gotten to take those engagement shots last week. Its so pretty in Boston. Definitely one of my favorite times of the year as long as it doesn’t rain.

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Pix A Day JAN + FEB

19 Mar 2012 / 1 Comment / in Pix a Day

Pix a day for the last 2 months. I think I’ll try to do it monthly. I wish I could update daily, but its become too much of a chore. School is really cracking me right now, but I do manage to still have a bit of fun.

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MIT = Hardcore

05 Mar 2012 / 0 Comments / in Pix a Day

I’m having a blast and working really hard, but I’m not sure I am really doing well. Time management isn’t the problem.  Its just there are too much stuff to do out here. I’m not sure how people even have time to party.  Perhaps its partly because I’m trying to save up money for my up coming travels.  But Good news. I’m going to Barcelona later this month. Gaudi’s Sagrada Família‘s inter is done. I’ll make sure to check it out. If you dont know who GAUDI is, please wiki him. He has far ahead of his time. Truely a master.

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