Crossing Bridges is an annual Event from Various Photo Communities in Asia
Its aim is to build friendships among photographers (hobbyists or professionals) in different countries
The Host country in each year will introduce participants to lesser known photo scenes in their country.
So usually, big cities will be avoided.
In its 14th Year this year, we have 9 participating countries already ( with about 120 participants this year)
The host is China this year, but its hosted by my good friend and fellow Singaporean Albert Lim ( who is based in China)
Always a joy to make new friends and meet up with old ones whenever I go for the event
This year, we have a group photo competition, where we were split into 6 different teams.
This is to encourage more interaction with different photographers from different countries
Glad to say that my team emerged the winner of the competition ( see our team slideshow below)
BUt of cos, winning is not the main priority.
The main objective is for everyone to enjoy themselves, take more photos and make friends.
Glad to be able to use the Instax SP2 to print alot of photos for all the participants and locals too.
Everyone loves the prints, and many were excited and interested about the printer.
Truely a gadget I cant leave home without.. especially when travelling
Cant wait to get my hands on the newly launched SP3, and use it for my next travel soon
At the end of the slideshow below, you can see how we used the prints to incorporate into the slideshow, to match the theme of making friends
Have not had time to edit the rest of my photos from the trip.. will do it soon
But you can get snippets of it from here
where I shared my experience with the GF 45mm f2.8
This is also the place where I conduct my workshops
So if you are interested in this scenic place, do contact me
And yes, thats me, showing images from the GFX to the locals.. thanks to the founder of Crossing Bridges Eddie Ng for the image.