1. Some fun behind the scene portraits when I shot arthurchang for ONA bags way back on 01.11.14.

    These makes me want a full frame… like right now!

     

  2. An evening walk along the river with Daren in Austin, TX back in February during a business trip.

     

  3. [Part 4 of 4] ShasTaChangRoadtrip | December 2013

    This series really should be 5 parts but on the last leg of the trip, I didn’t take my DSLR out at all. Instead I only took photos with my Instax and iPhone.

    From Eureka we headed down the coast to our final destination at Ft. Bragg. Along the way we went through parts of the Avenue of Giants. We decided to do some touristy things, like drive through the redwood (not only once, but twice at two different trees!). We also ventured into the woods for a few short hikes where I found some cute mushrooms and the oldest living redwood. It’s so humbling to be in the presence of these redwood groves.

     

  4. [Part 3 of 4] ShasTaChangRoadtrip | December 2013

    After a few days stay at the adorable McCloud Mercantile Hotel, we headed out towards the coast for Eureka. Along the route, we made a quick stopover at Whiskeytown Lake. We didn’t stay long as we wanted to try to get to the coast to catch sunset (which we ended up missing anyway. but saw a glimpse of it at some pullout in the mountains).

     

  5. [Part 2 of 4] ShasTaChangRoadtrip | December 2013

    McArthur-Burney Falls

    Situated inside McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park in Shasta County. It’s a massive waterfall with a constant flow of water. It is a short and easy hike from the parking lot down to the falls. 

    We stopped by here after exploring (read almost didn’t make it out) the Subway Caves in Lassen National Park.

     

  6. [Part 1 of 4] ShasTaChangRoadtrip | December 2013

    Mt. Shasta

    Taken from a view point turnout off the highway leaving the quaint town of McCloud towards Lassen National Park. It was a sad winter this past season, so there was barely any snow on the mountains or ground.

     

  7. arthurchang:

    Explore with those you love

    Aptos, CA // Sony RX1-R

    Make memories with the ones you love. Words I will live by and take further into all my explorations.

    Life is full of inspiration, especially from the lovely Melissa Ta.

     

  8. The last set from the two rolls of film I shot with my Canon AT-1. While the light leaks were fun, I’m going to need to figure out how to fix it. Or switch over and try out Art’s Nikon F2A film body.

     

  9. arthurchang:

    Light in the lighthouse

    Point Arena, CA // Sony RX1-r

    The porch of the entrance to Point Arena Lighthouse is just beautiful in the afternoon. It’s really hot in here, and maybe a bit too bright for someone to look out the windows without squinting, but just shooting one corner of this small room yielded so many fun photos.

    Love the light at the lighthouse 

     

  10. That San Francisco Fog | Hawk Hill

    Canon AT-1 | Fuji Superia 400