Monday, September 04, 2006

New works for Hong Kong TDC





10 comments:

Be said...

Thanks Jimmy,

This set of your works is my always favourite. Thanks.

Its almost Xmas. May I wish you, your family and all the people you care a Wonder Xmas and Fantastic New Year!

Cheers,
Albert

Jimmy Ming Shum said...

HI Albert,

Are you from TDC?

Email me.

Jimmy

Be said...

Hi Jimmy,

I am not from TDC.

I like the aesthetic feelings of your works brings me and left a message here. Hope you don't mind. I am just so fancy to be a photographer who could produce works like your.

Cheers and let's enjoy this ravishing holiday!
Albert

Jimmy Ming Shum said...

thanks albert

You are welcome to my blog

Are you photographer?

Be said...

Hi Jimmy,

I am just a part-time photographer of local events and products. I wish I could be a full-time even it would be a tough job.

That’s very kind of you to post your pictures here (especially this set for TDC, I think the intensity and feel it brings is better than Paolo). They are all incredible to amateurs like me. Desperate to see more of your on-location shooting pictures. Seeing how you shoot is definitely great pleasure.

Cheers for now,
Albert

Be said...

Hi Jimmy,

I am just a part-time photographer of local events and products. I wish I could be a full-time even it would be a tough job.

That’s very kind of you to post your pictures here (especially this set for TDC, I think the intensity and feel it brings is better than Paolo). They are all incredible to amateurs like me. Desperate to see more of your on-location shooting pictures. Seeing how you shoot is definitely great pleasure.

Cheers for now,
Albert

Jimmy Ming Shum said...

Hi Be

Paolo is one of my favorite photographer.I like Polaroid too, I like Paolo's work so much and try not to copy his style.

Its lucky that I am doing what I love to do. I hope your dream come true too.

Happy New Year!

Send me your email and I will keep you update my new works.

Jimmy

Be said...

Thanks Jimmy,

Luck is truly where preparation meets opportunity*. You must did the right things that karma leads you where you are! You are much more than luck! Your works demonstrate.

I feel so glad that you would keep me update your new works! That's great! I really appreciate your ravishing photographic style! Personally, I will also try to step ahead. Thanks for encouraging. Please note my email is bebe.daily@gmail.com

Last night, I had a funny experience. I went to have dinner in a local noodle shop. The shop keeper are all muscular men and we usually called them "Muscular-men Noodle Shop". I chatted to the boss and he said to me that last month, a foreign photographer came to Hong Kong and shoot them. He can't remember his name but he does remember that the photographer was accompanied with 10 peoples and 2 vans. That photographer is a thin man, wore old fashion plastic glasses, checker-shirt, full of tattoo and just use small cameras to shoot him. Up to here, I suddenly stop eating and think of Terry Richardson! Woo...that won't be true. He came all the way from US? I immediate show him Terry's picture on my iPhone and it's him! The shopkeeper told me that Terry saw them on a TV show in US and sudden got a chance to visit Hong Kong to shoot them. I tell them that they won't be regret. Haha, what a little funny thing. People are somehow connected! Hope your won't find it too boring.

Every success in 2008!

Cheers,
Albert

* - by Randy Pausch - http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB119024238402033039.html

Jimmy Ming Shum said...

where is the noodle shop?

jimmy

Be said...

It is 龍記麵家. You could find it in openrice.

http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=1904&cuisine_id=99&dishes_id=1010&price=99&district_id=2010&amenity_id=99&chosenButton=&inputstr=&submit-type.x=52&submit-type.y=51&page=2&total=167&page=3&total=167&page=4&total=167&amenity_id=&dishes_id=

Cheeers,
Albert