I've been taking photos of Jordan 3 way back and I would say that is my favorite to photograph
I was born in Asia (Philippines) at a young age. I've been a basketball player and fan already and back then, we can't really afford to buy genuine basketball shoes. In my teenage days, I started to save money and I can only afford to buy class A ones if you know what I mean! Since I moved to UK, I found a decent job and started to buy sneakers every month. I started to grow my collection, and I thought why do I keep buying every month? I should do something to showcase them at least. So I decided to buy a DSLR, and my first one is a Nikon d3200 and after a couple of research, I paired it with a50mm 1.8 lenses. After that, I made an Instagram account and started uploading almost every day. Social media helps a lot back then as I met people who loves to take sneaker photography too. Meetups and photo walks are the best and you get ideas from each other, and that's how you learn and grow too.
1. Hummel Hive (Marathona)
2. Yeezy 350 v2 black non reflective
3. Jordan 1 Shadows (2018)
4. Air max 90 black Off white
5. Nike dunk high Pine green
6. Jordan 3 88 white cements
7. Yeezy 700 wave runners
It would be Jordan 3 88's White Cement!
For now, we need some Jordan 3 collab with Off-White!
I regret passing or missing out on a retail hook up of Jordan 1 Fragments; took big L there.
1. Manfrotto tripod can't leave without it!
2. Nikon 50mm lens 1.8
3.Tamron 24-70 v2 2.8
4. Manfrotto light.
5. Sneaker wipes ;)