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
Meet Naim. He is a 10 y/o boy who was cast for a lead role; Malek. He dreams to be an actor one day. In real life, he's quite a unique character - cheerful, playful and a bit hype. Little did I know he doesn't know how to read. Since he can't read, the director … Continue reading Behind His Smiling Face.
Photographic work can be divided into dozens of categories, many with lots of sub-categories. The following list describes some common types of photography. Aerial From a plane, helicopter, balloon or other airborne device. Adventure, Action Adventure sports, daring feats, etc. Amateur Any type of photography practiced by non-professionals. Animal, Pet Pets and their relationships with humans. Note that the … Continue reading Photography Glossary
I'm not okay. I just pretend that I am. Don't ask a person who's in a great trouble - ie. someone who was wrongly accused for something that he didn't or a broken-hearted man, if he's okay. Just don't. Nobody who is in the midst of a suicidal battle will be okay. Well, some would … Continue reading I’m Not Okay. I Just Pretend That I Am.
Kuala Krai Bridge or Sultan Ismail Suspension Bridge is a historical bridge built by the British in the 1920s. It is located on Federal Route near Kuala Krai, Kelantan, Malaysia.
This photo was taken using iPod Touch 5G while on my way heading back to my granny's. Location: at a gas station somewhere in Ciku 3, Gua Musang, Kelantan. Street photography looks much more appealing when is captured in black and white.