Photographs

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I usually use Nikon D7000, a DSLR camera, and Nikon FM-10, a film SLR camera. D7000 is my primary gear, so I ues it mostly for assignments. FM-10 is a secondary gear. I use it mostly for casual, but one of reasons I use the film camera is because I believe that photographers should know how to shoot photos with a film SLR camera. Most of photos shown here are taken when I was in Europe in summer of 2011. More photos can be seen at Flickr.

People gather for demonstrating to favor of Syrian regime. People wait for the result of which city wins the olympic bid. People react to the result of losing the olympic's bid. A young man anticipates the result of the olympic bid. People from all over the world come to see the British Royal wedding. It was the night before the wedding. People already started to celebrate the wedding early. John Loughry gets interviewed by media.  He was the first person to camp on the street across the Westminster Abbey to see the wedding. It was one of first photos that I took with a DSLR camera. Two people sit a side of a bonfire.  It was also one of first photos that I took with a DSLR camera. A riot police officer patrols a street.  There were two large protests for and against gay rights in Budapest, Hungary. Riot police officers surrounds protesters who are against gay rights. People show favoring of gay rights by using rainbow kite and umbrellas. A woman waves flags to show favoring of gay rights. A man sleeps on a bench in the historic downtown Bratislava, Slovakia. People start to walk in the historic downtown Prague after 30 to 40 minutes thunderstorm. Chris and Verino Ruggiero wait for their car to be fixed.

Most of photos shown here are taken when I was in Europe in summer of 2011. More photos can be seen at Flickr.

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