"The minute you bought your ticket you were in another world." - Charlie Chaplin
I've been this exhibition too. This gallery has attracted numbers of famous photographers. But the venue is really too small and somehow too commercialized for me.
白行：yes, small venue, like other galleries in the same area.
有無睇過佢套紀錄片 Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens 由o羅架單機的嬉皮士，變成製作畢席驚人的大師。
2chanze: Of course, i've written a blog post (linked on my post too).
Now one of Leibovitz's most celebrated pieces can be seen all over HK, ie GAP billboard with the luvly Angelababy.
anon: now Angelababy too? I only spotted the one with Annie and Wing Shya at HK Station.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98DN_-Yejt0This is the behind the scene video of the Angelababy photo shoot.
anon: thanks! r u part of the creative team? :)
Nay I'm not. But would you mind telling me what makes you think I remotely sound like one?
or u r working for the Gap maybe? :) just becos I got comments from time to time which are actually ads instead of real readers :)
Do my messages look like bot messages which are non-interactive in nature? :) And if you initially thought I was ad, how come you would talk to me? No offense just curious.Seems like you have a one-track of mind in believing I'm from a GAP-related party lol. :D I was actually trying to improve my swindling skills by asking you how I can coax people into thinking I can give them GAP coupons lol. By the way am I right to think that you don't think many people in Hong Kong know Leibovitz?
anon: well i usually think twice on comments from "anonymous", why not using a name, or any pseudonym? nowadays companies have different tactics in making use of blogs to boost sales, though my blog is not that popular when comparing to others, u know some bloggers got a lot of free skin care/cosmetic samples, even free vacations and so on... they are really good friends of these companies/PRs. well, i havent done research on what ppl know or not know of annie leibovitz. i just wanted to share my exp and photos, that's it.
Now I understand why you said my messages looked like ads. Thanks for providing a different perspective. :) Not that I've never heard of these martketing strategies (like those Clinique parties), but as a man I didn't start thinking from those skincare/cosmetic products. By the way how does the gallery make money from the exhibition? Does it sell pictures and subsequently send the royalty to Annie Leibovitz?
nice posting.. thanks for sharing.
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