Doorman, Hong Kong

Picture of a hotel doorman, Hong Kong

Doorman, Hong Kong (November 2010)

A doorman waits to escort hotel guests to their car.

(See more pictures from Hong Kong on Journey Photographic here)

38 thoughts on “Doorman, Hong Kong

  1. Came across your site on http://www.photoblogs.net and I’m glad I did. Just spent the last hour and a bit going back 22 pages on your blog – haha – love your photography.

    The attention to detail is fantastic and as an Englishman in Hong Kong I love the UK and Hong Kong sets!

    Just a quick one:- what lens do you use? Just curious as there is a fair bit of variety in your shots.

    • Hey Ben, thanks for taking the time to browse the entire blog! It’s nice to hear the photography is appreciated by the locals of the places I visit – hopefully I’ve done a reasonable job of capturing the feel of the place!

      These are a mix – my main lens is a 24-105 f/4 (canon), which is probably 60-70% of the shots on here? I have a 50mm f/1.8 for indoors and low-light situation (most museum or church pictures were taken with that one) and a sigma 10-20mm wide angle. Plus assorted point-and-shoot cameras that I’ve had on me at the time.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. The elegant and curvacious lines of the limousine with the chrome piped trim that waits so patiently, the hands neatly tucked behind the back and lush velour jacket of the dorman and the angle taken all lend themselves perfectly to this excellent composition. First class work.

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