It was frosty morning when i stopped by for a while at Hongkong International Airport, before taking the next flight to Shanghai. As always, i took my old Canon gear, Canon EOS 400D with kit lens and 50mm 1.8 II "Robocop" fix lens. That "Robocop" nickname came from its sound while focusing on object. It is like Robocop's screeching sound coming out from his mechanical joints.
Fig. A: Frosty morning in HKIA
You will never get lost in this airport, unless you already are :p This airport is crazily huge.
Fig. B: Signs
If the boredom find you, you're helpless, unless you are easily pleased by simple things like me :). That time, i was interested in jetplane's loading activity. (You can guess how boring people i am, a man who's interested in a loading activity? :p)
Fig. C: Jetplane's loading activity
Fig. D: Jetplane's loading activity
Something salient attracted me when i was goofing around at this airport. This airport had a very long trunk-looked moving-walk elevator with exhilarating roof on top of it. If you know the best angle, the picture you shoot will be very great (Fig. E)
Fig. E: Moving Walk Elevator
You can see how angle could take an important role in this picture (Fig. F)
Fig. F: Perspective
This is the common view we see at any airport. I didn't want to push my self hard to be an anti-mainstreamer, so i shoot one :) (Fig G).
Fig. G: Ads