I’ve been back and fro to my hometown a few times this year, so here are some shots taken on the Huawei Honor 6 on my latest trip: Locations: Lebuh Melayu, Jalan Pintal Tali, Jalan Penang, Komtar, Macalister Road, Hai Boey Seafood Teluk Kumbar, Hin Bus Depot, Saw Emporium (Norm Cafe), Kimberley Street
On a recent trip to Ranong in Thailand I had the privilege of witnessing life on the Andaman islands and the raw beauty of its sea-faring people. All photos are pre-edited and shot on the Huawei Honor 6.
There’s a place I used to know A seed I used to sow Sometimes I want to go back And give them all I have
People photograph London and you see it through their stills, their black and white, their filter. It’s a snapshot of a moment, edited, photoshopped, framed, idolised, analysed, romanticised. But I’m in London and I sit at Tottenham Court Road Station and I watch the red and blue tubes go pass, one by one. I don’tContinue reading “London Calling”
Oh yes I do / Of course I do.
“Moving is often something that many photographers don’t immediately consider, especially if they are using a zoom lens. Simple movements like adjusting your position left or right, crouching, or climbing onto an available surface can make all the difference in the world. Shooting upwards generally makes a subject look more dominating (and is sometimes knownContinue reading “Perspective in photography”
I recently went on a week long trip to Hong Kong, and during my time at The Peak, I thought about how similar my hometown in Penang was to Hong Kong – what with its furnicular trams, prestigious hillside residences and traces of colonial Britain. Here are some postcards I found at home of PenangContinue reading “Vintage postcards of Penang in the 1960s”
I am currently studying travel photography at MatadorU, an online education community focused on travel journalism, photography and film making, and one of the fundamentals of composition I’ve learnt is called the “sense of scale”. The sense of scale is a technique of capturing a photograph to show the true size of an object withinContinue reading “Sense of scale”