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FEATURE: How to Photograph A Road Trip

MONDAY JUNE 17, 2024

Two years ago, we ventured to the west side of Victoria and this time round, eastmost and ended up here on a rooftop tying a knot to the end of another journey. Having done nearly 3000 kilometres in two weeks, we sure were tired from travelling and meaningful conversations late into the night took a toll on us. It almost did not happen but all credits go to her, we came up with our most rewarding spontaneous photoshoot yet.

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​Starting things off with a Bad Boys (just because it's a new, not that we're not fans) inspired theme on digital then transitioned to the Hasselblad 500CM to commemorate the trip and the Audi SQ5 that got us everywhere on time safely. No Carrera? No problem as this is a celebration of friendship and everything that inspires us creatively.

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"The road trip was more than just a travel adventure; it was a testament to their friendship. Each photo taken was a memory etched in time, a reminder of the bond they shared and the experiences that brought them closer. Jing, Huey, and Shiang returned home with hearts full of joy and a camera full of memories, ready to cherish the moments forever."

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Modern digital lenses are seriously sharp regardless of manufacturer while colour negatives evoke a soft, warm, glistening childhood-like memory. That is largely influenced by the characteristics of the Kodak Portra 160 coupled to the life-like look that only a yesteryear Carl Zeiss lens can render.

The journey was a beautiful blend of adventure and companionship, proving that the best trips are those taken with friends, where every mile is a memory and every photo tells a story.

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