Eidul Adha

Disclaimer: this entry doesn't narrate the details on halal slaughter and its benefits or so forth but only for educational purpose on how the Sacrifice Feast or Eid al-Adha is usually celebrated in Malaysia. Eid al-Adha, also called the "Sacrifice Feast", is the second of two Muslim holidays celebrated worldwide each year, and considered the [...]

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Street Squares

Apparently, I went to Merdeka Square the other day with a big smile on my face as I was all excited thinking about things that I'd be shooting, you know how much I love street photography, don't ya? The journey kicked off at 2-ish pm from Puncak Alam, Selangor and we reached KL Sentral at [...]

Macro, Micro and Close-Up

This entry is going to be pretty short. The macro, micro and close-up terms in photography are often misunderstood or misused by many but they are definitely not the same. Some people tend to think that they're shooting macro when instead they're shooting a close-up shot. A close-up shot is a shot of a whole [...]

Going National

The other day I paid a visit to several tourist attractions that have the "Negara" part in their names. I am astonishingly impressed with the architectures, the histories behind such point of attractions. In conjunction of Malaysia celebrating its 60th birthday on this upcoming August 31st, 2017, I've compiled few images or shots I took [...]

Our Perspectives are Different

Humans are granted or blessed with every part of their bodies - fingerprints, brains, eyes with the resolution of 576 pixels (equal for everyone) etc. With the very distinction features of every human come the different perspectives. So the principle is applied in photography. Each photographer has their very own ways on telling stories to [...]

The Rule of Thirds

If you're into photography game, you might as well as aware of 'the rule of thirds' term. Yes, you can't find the term in your physics textbook and no, it does have nothing to do with fractions or maths even. Here is a brief explanation of the rule of third. The rule of thirds is [...]

Never Forget the Most Basic Photography Starter Pack

Let's just leave the fact that you have your very own lenses, tripod, filters et al for a second. Situation 1: You're out of town and you would love to do some photography works while you're there and you bring every equipment you have but you apparently have accidentally left these two things behind: Extra batteries [...]

The Expert-Mode Is (almost) an Electric!

As what I've promised the other day or as what I've tweeted the other day, I'm gonna do some write-up on the expert-mode capability on my new Oppo A37f. I have no intention of buying new phones at all, well, I might have but not this phone though. I was actually waiting for the new [...]

Catching the Lightning

Howdy! I am excited to share with you my experience of attempting to capture some lightnings. Yes. I know catching lightnings isn't something new in our photographer communities and I have always tried my best to seize myself with such luck to shoot them. I've tried for so many times already but the outcomes aren't [...]