Posts Tagged ‘Ming Thein’

Ming Thein: Leaving the Corporate World for the Streets of Kuala Lumpur

© Ming Thein

Ming Thein is a commercial photographer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; he specialises in watches, architecture and food, and shares his knowledge through workshops and his photography blog. He spent many years in the corporate world – last serving as a senior director at a private equity firm and McDonalds  – before quitting to turn his passion into a career. He [...]

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Ming Thein: A Shooter’s Review of the 35/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH FLE

Family Time and the Year of the Dragon © Ming Thein

Malaysian photographer Ming Thein has previously contributed to the Leica Camera Blog with his impressions of the V-Lux 3. He is a member of Getty Images, a noted horological photographer and documenter of life. Here he shares his thoughts on the 35/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH FLE. Chinese New Year is traditionally a time for gathering with [...]

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Ming Thein: Test Driving the New V-Lux 3

© Ming Thein

Malaysian photographer Ming Thein operates at opposite ends of the photographic spectrum; he is best known for his wristwatch macro photography, meticulously planned, lit and adjusted to perfection in a studio. In a decidedly schizophrenic personality twist, he also enjoys the challenging spontaneity of photojournalism and wildlife. Ming is a native of Kuala Lumpur and [...]

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