Tin Fook Obituary, Death – As a result of hearing of Mr. Tin Chun Fook’s passing, who was a pioneer in the field of landscape photography, we are in a state of deep and profound mourning. We have all been greatly impacted by the breathtaking photographs that he shot, which were able to capture the essence of Hong Kong’s beautiful natural scenery in precise detail.
Mr. Tin’s body of work was recognized and awarded in a number of prestigious competitions, including the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest, which is a testament to Mr. Tin’s photographic talent as well as his passion for the art. It was an honor to be able to offer his book, “Made in Hong Kong,” at our store, and the book did not fail to live up to our expectations in terms of its ability to capture the amazing beauty of our city.
Not only was Mr. Tin well-known for his artistic achievements, but he was also well-known for his enthusiasm for trekking and his commitment to photographing the natural beauty he encountered on his travels. In many of his images, well-known landmarks in Hong Kong, such as Lion Rock, Fei Ngo Shan, the Tsing Ma Bridge, and the Tian Tan Buddha, may be seen. As a direct consequence of this, audience members were left with a heartfelt sense of admiration as well as a sense of homesickness for their own communities.
During this trying time, the Tin family, his friends, and everyone in the photographic community are in our thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry for your loss. His talent and potential for inventive insight will be greatly missed by those around him. We hope that his legacy will inspire future generations of photographers and bring joy to those who adore the breathtaking scenery of Hong Kong for many years to come.