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The Calm after the Storm

The Calm after the Storm

This was the morning after the typhoon. The flood waters around the Taehwa river disappeared and things went back to normal.

Dance with SANBA

Dance with SANBA

Two school boys, taking advantage from the off day given by their school to play with the elements during SANBA Typhoon.

The kid was soaked by the wave but ended up safe and sound, except maybe for a cold later on ...

Taken in Kkotpawi, Ulsan.

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Ulsan Art Fair

The new cubic centre in downtown Ulsan.

I had the pleasure of being a part of the Ulsan Art Fair this past Sunday at the new “Cubic Square” public area in Shinae. I must admit that I felt like I was jumping into to someone else’s project a little bit but I was pleasantly surprised by the warmth and friendliness of all those who were a part of the planning and the event itself!


Getting the Shot 17: Weltz Tower

ISO 100, bracketing -2/0/+2, f/16

The Shot: This is your standard traffic shot from above with a few twists. The magic of this shot comes from the post processing. Dues to the fact that I got up to the roof late, I had to employ a few tricks to get the shot the way that I wanted. Other than that, it is a great example of a rooftop shot in Ulsan.


Video: Baekyangsa Temple

Hello Again Everyone!!

Here is the most recent video from my tour around the city of Ulsan. For this video, I checked out Baekyangsa Temple, which is in the heart of Ulsan. With its colourful murals, its decorative halls, and it amazing halls, this temple has it all! Check out this amazing find!



Baekyangsa Temple - 백양사 (Ulsan)

The amazing main hall at Baekyangsa Temple in Ulsan.

Hello Again Everyone!!

Getting the Shot 16: Fire in the Sky

iso 100 bracketing -2/0/+2 F/4

The Shot: This was a shot that I could just feel in my bones, even before the sky flared up. I just knew that it was going to be a great night for photography. Trouble was finding the right place to get a good shot from. The key to this shot is the reflection. Thus, I centred the horizon in the middle of the frame which can be a compositional “no-no” but I feel that anytime you shoot reflections like this it balances the fram a lot more.


Video: Munsusa Temple

Hello Again Everyone,

Munsusa Temple, located on the outskirts of Ulsan, came highly recommended from a friend. However, it was months before I got around to seeing this temple. But I was really happy that I did finally go out and see it because it was gorgeous with its scenic views, ornate halls, and expert paintings. So follow me as I explore Munsusa Temple.


To Strap or Not to Strap

 

Lately, I have been shooting without a strap to see what the difference is and because I took it off a while ago and just was too lazy to put one back on. At first, I liked the freedom as I was always wrapping my strap around my hand. For the longest time the strap just seemed like it was getting in the way. However recently, I have felt like I needed it a bit more. At any rate, I am curious as to what everyone else uses.

Here are my pros and cons of the strap:

Pros

  • Helps with changing lenses
  • Takes the load off
  • can carry extra memory cards
  • frees up your hands

Cons


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