12 July 2013


Everyone in the creative field shares a common intention - to produce something that stands out from the crowd. I am in no exception to this notion. One of the ways I deal with this is to find uncommon photographic subjects.

A friend of mine practises kendo at Melbourne University Kendo Club managed to hook me up with the person in-charge and after a few emails, I showed up at their training sessions. In fact I attended twice, first to observe while the actual shoot was on the second time. I find that its a more productive approach albeit takes a bit more time.

Special thanks to Valia for helping me referring me to the right person.   
*Yea... backlight was poorly aimed...

Meditation at the beginning of the class.  

Gearing up 

 This photo was inspired by Strobist DVD poster

Viet Hoang(right) president of the Kendo Club

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