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
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
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
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
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 … Continue reading The Expert-Mode Is (almost) an Electric!
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 … Continue reading Catching the Lightning
Perhaps you have had read my post in regards of how did I end up becoming a photographer of my own - a self-taught photographer to be precise. This year marks the third year of me becoming or taking this whole photography thing seriously. I started off just for fun when I was in high … Continue reading A Confession From an Amateur Photographer.
Howdy. I wrote on my Facebook Page's wall that I'm going to share a trick that is specially made to those mobile photographers out there. Many people who just started up the photography work or beginners began to grow their passion with mobile photography and even those who are used to SLRs and many other … Continue reading Create a Blurry Background of Portraiture in Mobile Photography
Gua Musang is a small city for which I have lived in for my entire life - 22 years. Its torpological structure is such that the city is located at high altitude from sea level, thus the common sights you could see in here are enormous mountains and caves, the green scenery of trees and … Continue reading Old Town
One of the secret weapons or features on your iPhone's camera is the AE/AF Lock (auto exposure/ auto focus). I'm not gonna write so much on this but I'm gonna share my cent on this anyway. The feature allows you to auto focus and auto exposure the object you want to shoot. It is really … Continue reading AE/AF Lock