Shanghai, 2014. Zoe is a fashion clothing designer who also runs the Cafe. Jean is a curator and CEO of Beaugeste Photo Gallery in Shanghai. This was the last shot in the roll I would like to finish it and going back home for development. Didn’t have a tripod with me, so I put the camera on the table instead. Set the shutter B and aperture opened to 3.5. Pressed the shutter release button, counted 4’s and then released the button. An unexpected surprise after the neg was scanned, the table glass has the image mirrored. However, Zoe’s face got blurred because of the limited DOF that I should have set the aperture to 5.6 and extend the exposure time to maybe 6’s. If you are wondering why a ghost like shadow in between. Another guy first standing there but ran away and came back when I was counting 2 to 3.
Yashica-Mat EM, Yashinon 3.5/80. D76 + long expired Neopan SS 100.
Shanghai, 2014. I heard the heavy metal thunder, I knew someone riding a Harley is coming on the way. I hold the camera standing at the road side, waiting, aimed and clicked the shutter button when the bike’s coming closer. Still, a bit far away, the Harley disappeared.