The Darkroom
where dark things happen…


“Initially they were ok, but now I like them more, to the point where I am actually impressed”   ~ Linda Carrion, former photo editor for the Columbia Daily Spectator

“I find it sort of hilarious”  ~ Angela Radulescu, former photo editor for the Columbia Daily Spectator

“Love the new photo website btw”  ~ Joanna Cheng, PhD candidate in mathematics at the Australian National University

“Haha… good picture! Looks like a fashion show! haha” ~ Leon Meijer, Physiotherapist

“you are a very skilled photographer, Daniel, love the style :)” ~ Bolivia Vega, corresponding editor for Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development

“This is a totally sweet photo. Just wanted to put that out there.” ~ Lila Neiswanger, former news photo deputy for the Columbia Daily Spectator

“U r above normal” ~ Ravi Karkara, expert in adolescent development, UNICEF

“Oh great, what a wonderful pic yeowie, thnx ;-)” ~ Kim Luinberg, ISU transponder technician and photo finish camera operator

“This is brilliant! I love how the photos begin to trip out at this point.” ~ Ian Kwok, former president of Postcrypt Coffee House

“Your photos are something else…”  ~ Scott Dobbins, PhD candidate in chemistry at Stanford University

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Hi, I'm Daniel Yeow and I like to take photos. I am a speed skater, climate scientist, mathematician, documentary film maker, and occasional freelance photographer. Here I will post the odd photo (and some even ones too), subscribe if you like. Most of the photos here are clickable - click on them and a pop-up lightbox will resize the photo to fit your browser window. Feel free to browse the photos on this site and also to visit my other site, Enjoy.
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