Getting the Shot 9: Sinbok Rotary

Time Lapse in Korea: The Easy-ish Way

The Drive from Jason Teale on Vimeo.

For the past few weeks I have been experimenting with time lapse photography. You have known that I was working on something from the different posts about intervalometers and whatnot. However, the biggest challenge that I found was trying to cut-through the technical jargon and create a beautiful product for an entry into this years 10 magazine Korea Awaits video contest.

No Photo Walk Today

I was all set a few weeks ago to do this year’s Worldwide Photo Walk but sadly my wisdom teeth need to be pulled and after a week of pain, I also haven’t slept much either. Through the pain I have completed a major time lapse project but sadly that was all that I could accomplish. So I am hoping that I check some of you before you head out, if you were planning to attend. My apologies, I am in pain…

For those that still want to continue on that is fine. You certainly don’t need me there to get some shots.


I will not be here at 6.

Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk 2011

It is that time again! Time to get the photogs out and get some shots at Scott Kelby’s 2011 Worldwide Photo Walk! While I am still getting ready for this year’s photowalk which will be held in the Taehwa River Grand Park, I have a few questions for those who are interested in a day of photography and a great time.  Before I get to the questions, I guess I should explain what a “Worldwide Photo Walk” is.

Getting the Shot 8: On Top of the Tempo

The Shot: This is what a traffic shot should look like… but maybe with a bit more light trails. It is shot from above and at a wide angle as to include not just the but the buildings and the last bit of light fading out into the night.

Street Photography

Okay, I must be truthful with you, I was not a big fan of street photography.

That was before….

However, I have been taking great lengths to try and understand it because there is a huge following, especially here in Korea and around the world. For the past few months I have been studying the art and picking through the nuts and bolts or street photography to find out the attraction and how to do it. I must say that I have changed my feeling towards it.

Why was I not a Fan?

Getting The Shot 5: Ulsan Museum


The Shot: This is an HDR shot of a new building in Ulsan. The main focus if this shot is not the main building itself but one of the more interesting feature of the building. The time is during the last part of the blue hour. I chose this composure to not only show off the building’s features but also to add the colour of the sky as well.

장 의 Tae Kwon Do in Ulsan (Classes in English)

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Morning, evening and night classes are available. 

We are located near Ulsan University in Mugeo-dong. If you live in Mugeo-dong, bus pick-up is available.


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Seoknamsa and the Rainy Day


Too often were put our camera gear away when the weather turns gray and rain starts to fall. However, did you know that the gray overcast actually makes colors pop and that the rain gives gives texture and mood to an otherwise boring shot?

St Benedict’s Anglican English Retreat

Repeats every 7 days until Thu Aug 25 2011 .
Friday, August 26, 2011 - 18:00

In partnership with The Order of St Benedict in Yangsan, bordering Busan and Ulsan, an Anglican English weekend retreat will be held in the beautifully secluded park-like grounds of St Benedict’s Convent from the evening of Friday 26 to Sunday 28 August.

The aim of the retreat is to gather the scattered expat English-speaking Anglicans of the area for a not to be missed opportunity for worship, education, and fellowship. However, we would also like to extend a warm welcome to other Christians to whom this would be meaningful.

The retreat will include reflections on the life and faith of St Benedict, and a full Sunday Eucharist celebrated in the convent chapel. We look forward to extending to you a warm welcome home at St Benedict’s.

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