Putrajaya Light and Motion Festival (LAMPU) 2017

From 28 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017, Dataran Putrajaya is expected to aglow with colorful lights as the fifth edition of LAMPU takes place. Located at Precinct 3 (near Perbandaran Putrajaya building), the square is flooded with crowd enjoying themselves as the event is held during the final week of the year, in addition … Continue reading Putrajaya Light and Motion Festival (LAMPU) 2017

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Getty Images’ Kevin Frayer is TIME’s Wire…

“I remember watching a boy fight his way through a restless crowd and then pull himself up on the [aid] truck,” Frayer recalls. “I saw him trying to beg for food… and then a tear rolled down the side of his cheek. I remember it as if it was in slow motion.” - Getty Images' … Continue reading Getty Images’ Kevin Frayer is TIME’s Wire…

BOH Plantation Sdn Bhd

On December 23rd, 2017, a trip to Cameron Highlands (read : BOH Plantation Tea Centre & Factory) was actually taken place after a week of planning. We began our journey to Cameron Highlands around 9 in the morning and reached there at almost 1pm after a number of stationary points due to circumstances.     … Continue reading BOH Plantation Sdn Bhd

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 … Continue reading Eidul Adha

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 … Continue reading Street Squares

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 … Continue reading Macro, Micro and Close-Up

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 … Continue reading Going National

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 … Continue reading Our Perspectives are Different

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 … Continue reading The Rule of Thirds