Hong Kong photographer Jordan Yeung has shared with HKFP his series of photographs reflecting on Hong Kong through bodies of water.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Yeung told HKFP that he only started to get into photography in 2013, but now it is a hobby that he practices almost daily.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Yeung recently entered a competition hosted by photography accessories brand Manfrotto and won the first place, sharing his favourite street photography route – from Man Mo Temple in Sheung Wan, to Lan Kwai Fong in Central, and then back to Shun Tak Centre Tram Station in Sheung Wan.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Whenever Yeung goes shooting, he says he takes a wide selection of cameras, lens, tripods and accessories.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
“Some say it will be too heavy to bring all these accessories [but] I will be more disappointed if I don’t get any result,” Yeung said. “Like Yang Liwei [the first Chinese astronaut] said, chance favours the prepared mind.”
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Yeung says he does not return home when rain starts to fall. Instead, he uses puddles as an opportunity to discover new ways to take photos.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
“I crouch and put my camera in the puddle, and I see a very special parallel space,” he said. “The water reflection shows both sides of the [subject] matter – what is real and what lies beneath the surface.”
Photo: Jordan Yeung.

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Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.
Photo: Jordan Yeung.

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