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New Exhibition Unveils Jaw-Dropping Photos of our Electric City

By Sophie Pettit 26 January 2016
What does it take to capture a jaw-dropping photo of Hong Kong? Head down to the new Electric City exhibition this Wednesday and you will find out. For one night only, eight of our city's most talented, creative, and daredevil photographers are inviting you to view the metropolis through their eyes - or rather, lens. To celebrate the launch of new co-working space, The Hive Studios, the free exhibition features around 60 shots of Hong Kong which capture the city's electric energy by day and night from every angle imaginable. But we must warn you, some of these are not for the faint-hearted. Among the lineup of photographers are Aaron Brimhall, Beerkus and Daniel Lau, Jack Fung, Harold de Puymorin, and founders of Dienastie Eyewear, Erik Biedron and Jesper Lindquist, whose daredevil rooftop video has garnered more than 32 million views across the Web. [caption id="attachment_45811" align="aligncenter" width="600"]dienastie Photo by Daniel Lau, in collaboration with Dienastie Eyewear[/caption] "Photography is simply the best way to see and experience the world's most amazing spots," Biedron tells Localiiz. "Hong Kong is a photography Mecka for us and we've met so many other inspiring photographers here from all around the world." Photography duo Lamyock and 5.12, whose snap-happy adventures feature in the latest official Apple iPhone 6s commercial, keep the adrenaline pumping with their incredible shots from amazing spots in Hong Kong. "Our type of photography is simply about feeling the adrenaline rush through the body," they tell us. We feel that! [caption id="attachment_45815" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Lamyock Captured by Lamyock and 5.12[/caption] While 19-year-old Hong Kong photographer Jack Fung will showcase cinematic shots captured entirely on his iPhone, French-born artist Harold de Puymorin plans to offer an entirely different take on the city, choosing to focus on colour, shape, and rich visuals through the lens of his camera. [caption id="attachment_45819" align="aligncenter" width="600"]harold Captured by Harold de Puymorin[/caption] But we don't want to give too much away! Head to The Hive Studios on Wednesday night (6pm - 10pm) and see our Electric City in all its jaw-dropping glory. Entrance is free, and there will also be live art performances by I AM, free drinks by Aperol and Peroni, food by Foodpanda, and music by Diemonde. Click here to RSVP. The Hive Studios, 8/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Rd, Kennedy Town, (+852) 2448 9830.
Read more! Watch Old and New Hong Kong Collide in Stunning Photos by Laura Williams, or Dream Amid the Chaos with talented photographer Christoper Button.  

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Sophie Pettit


Sophie is always on the lookout for a great story and her next big adventure and loves nothing more than discovering the city’s hidden gems—and most delicious cocktails. When she’s not exploring new places, she’s off travelling and ticking countries off her bucket list.

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