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Modern Baroque

photography Primal Lux

hmua Daisy Hsiang

stylist Ann Lin

words Rozwell

We had the opportunity to speak with Photographer Primal Lux about photography and being creative through the camera. Enjoy this article and don't forget to click the link at the end to see the exclusive interview with the incredible Daisy Hsiang.

What’s your background?

I have started my creative and fashion photography since I have joined the Daisycode creative studio. Before that I was just one of many who like to capture the moment of life and beauty around us with my unique perspective.

So, did you study photography in school?

I have never really attended school in regard to photography, but I did travel to Chengdu to meet with a professional fashion/creative photographer to study and to discuss fashion photography and the current industry standard with him and groups of others. I have since then elaborated my hobby into professionalism or simply to do what I have love in a more professional way.

Tell us about your first printed picture.

My first printed image was published in “Marie Clarie"; a beauty magazine in Taiwan for the Daisycode lead Makeup Artist. It was a pleasure to have this opportunity to take her photo.

What’s your favorite camera to work with and why?

I don't have a whole lot experience with many different camera systems. I had used APC, micro-four- thirds, and now full frame from canon. I don't have much experience with anything with larger sensor nor with traditional film. Depends what your objective, subject and environment one would probably choice different camera/tool for the job. I am currently using Canon 5D IV. It is good well rounded camera and canon offers lots good lens.

What has been your most challenging project to date and why?

As of now, every project is quite challenge for me as I have only stepped into the

modelling/fashion/creative photography just about a year and half. Need to do a lot reading and testing for all projects but I am always excited to explore more possibility and learn from every shots.

Where are you based?

I am based in Vancouver!

Where can people follow your work?

Daisycode is the studio I am working with. All my professional work will be under

Daisycode. PQ

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