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On The Fly | Hong Kong & Taipei

5 monthes ago   |   By The Travel Photographer

On the fly by Tewfic El-Sawy on Exposure
Playing the tourist in Hong Kong and Taipei for a couple of weeks last month gave me the opportunity to indulge in some candid street photography which is essentially the very definition of 'on the fly' photography.
The main shopping thoroughfares of Hong Kong such as Nathan Road and Canton Road provide opportunities for street photography, although I must say the proliferation of cell phones makes it a rare event to witness a meaningful public interaction.
Aside from interactions, I was attracted to the facial expressions of individuals as they...
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