The exhibition, which runs until October 26, explores Yuen’s six-year journey of capturing Hong Kong’s unique landscapes.
His works showcase the beauty of iconic sites across the city, including Lion Rock, Kowloon Peak and Central’s International Financial Centre.
Yuen has won over 40 international photography awards in recent years, and is known as “Weatherman” for his ability to anticipate weather conditions, allowing him to capture short-lived moments that other lenses might miss.
The “Light Up” exhibition will be on display until October 26 at 1881 Heritage in Tsim Sha Tsui.
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