Category archives: 35mm

The Japanese Nostalgic Car Meet 2018

The Japanese Nostalgic Car Meet -  free to attend, bad ass classic Japanese cars, good local craft beer, cool/cold weather, and lots of car people.  I'd say this year's turnout for JNCM was pretty good.... not too crazy or out of hand like the Wekfest Pre Meet, but enjoyable without too much concern lol.  With that being said, we really appreciate those who attended, [...]

The Ricer Series - Pec's N2 AE86 Levin

  Hi Stranger...  It's been a while since my last post, but I promise I'll catch up on what I've been doing in the next month... maybe. Until then, I'm going to start up a new photo series called "The Ricer Series".  This will be more of a personal project featuring friends, cars, places, or things to be considered 'rice'.  Why 'rice'?  Because it's either fuck[...]

Stuck in Narita Airport and Los Angeles - 2017 Travels

What happens when one of the craziest tropical cyclone hits your hometown and you're away on vacation?  You get delayed, stuck, and not really knowing when you'll be able to get back.  Read more of our 'stuck overseas' experiences when traveling during hurricane season after our Thailand Budget Travel Trip in 2017... Ok... while we were traveling, we watched the news[...]

We Got Scammed - Thailand Budget Travel

Law and I continue our SE Asia trip to Thailand and that's where things get a bit sketchy.  I should've known better since we weren't locals and every introduction started with "Hey, Tuk tuk?!" or "Where are you from my friend?!" Read on to see my thoughts of 'Thailand Budget Travel.' Before getting to the part of where we got scammed, Law and I finish up our trip [...]

3 Days in Da Nang, Vietnam 2017

A continuation of Vietnam travels from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to 3 days in Da Nang, Vietnam 2017.  The post covers where we stayed, what we ate, how much we spent, etc.  Photos were taken with the Fujifilm X100F and maybe some iPhone 6 photos... Early flight to Da Nang... restaurants in the domestic terminal in HCMC... Instead of staying in HCMC the full 7 days[...]

FUJIFILM X100F - Explore Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

What does one expect when visiting Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)?  If you're a fan of cheap street food, Vietnamese coffee, or intense humidity, check out photos and words below from my recent trip, Explore Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Explore Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) I actually wrote this post and published it, but because I didn't log in to Wordpress, everything got [...]

Clay Barnett's Mazda FD RX-7 Super Street Feature

With the correct guidance of tuning and support from a small group of friends, one can build a pretty bad ass FD RX-7.  That's exactly what @clayspec aka Clay Barnett did with the guys from Final Form USA.  Check out behind the scenes photos by Dennis Nguyen of Clay Barnett's Mazda FD RX-7 Super Street feature below. If you haven't had the chance to pick up the iss[...]

Fujifilm X100T Review - The Perfect Everyday Camera?

Why am I reviewing a 2 yrs old camera?  To be honest, I'm always wanting to try out different cameras, lenses, and even smart phones.  I came across the Fujifilm X-series because a friend uses the XT-2, but that option was far too pricey.  Now I'm looking at a Fujifilm X100F... pretty much the same specs as the Fujifilm X100T other than the processor, Autofocus (AF), [...]

Copaze x 1013MM Autoshowoff Car Meet 2017

Back in March of 2017, I took a short trip out to HKG /Taipei during my break from projects and gigs.  The plan was to do some editorial coverage of 1013mm's Copaze x 1013MM Autoshowoff Car Meet 2017 event in HKG during my visit.  Unfortunately, the coverage never went through and I'm able to do whatever I want with the images.  Unfortunately, that's #freelancelife. [...]

Mercedes AMG C63 S Coupe for Vossen Wheels - Houston Automotive Photography

Some tips and tricks for Houston automotive photography below... I accidentally shot this Mercedes AMG C63 S Coupe for Vossen wheels in Jpeg format.  Not the worst thing you can do, but you're limited to how much detail you can bring back.  Luckily, the Nikon Jpeg files were easy to work.  To be honest, I actually like the Jpeg look....  for some reason the colors [...]