My Leica Adventure

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to use the amazing Leica M Monochrom camera. It was attached with a Leica 35mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH. The big ups for the people from Leica Store Malaysia who believed in my work.

The Leica M Monochrom more than satisfies the expectations of discerning users with a raw data histogram for the precise control of tonal values. Apart from that, the dynamic range of the B&W pictures it produces is simply outstanding. The other aspect that I really loved is the Auto Mode for the shutter control makes it really easy to shoot on the streets.

I was in Chiangmai, Thailand with the World Vision group.The World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Mae Saeriang was a chance for me to test the camera’s ability to shoot in various conditions. I literally brought the camera to the highlands and by the rivers and it did not fail me. I visited two villages. Here are the pictures from the trip:

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Ban Buaak Village

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Baan Pla Kluai Vil

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Baan Pla Kluai Vil

World Vision Malaysia Child Sponsorship Visit, Baan Pla Kluai Vil

That is all the pictures that I have posted on this post. If you want to check more of my work please click HERE .

Once again I wanna to thank Mursi from Leica Store Malaysia for the amazing camera. It really proves a point to me, which is you can bring such an amazing camera to the remotest part of the earth and yet it will still deliver results. The camera’s high ISO settings was splendid which made get some awesome shots.

~Later Days~

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Bangkok in Hipstamatic

When I was in Bangkok a few weeks ago, I posted a post on the pictures I took. I also did a series of photos with my iPhone using an app that just blows me away. Yes, I am talking about the Hipstamatic. Digital photography never looked so analog. The Hipstamatic brings back the look, feel, unpredictable beauty, and fun of plastic toy cameras of the past! The Hipstamatic keeps the the quirks of shooting old school but gives you the ability to swap lenses, film, and flash settings all with the swipe of a finger.

Pictures taken with the Hipstamatic have their very own look and unique character. Artistic and painted with light and quirk, Hipstamatic images are sometimes surprising and offer a delicate beauty turning any iPhone into an instant art making machine. The Hipstamatic camera was created by two brothers in America. For more information on the history of the camera, click HERE.

Here are the shots I took with my Hipstamatic app on Bangkok :

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~Later Days

Bangkok Baby !

Well, it was indeed a good experience going to a new place and meeting new people. Last week, I was in Bangkok with my office colleagues. It was a team building cum shopping galore for the people from my department. Anyway I did not stop myself is snapping some shots of my own when I was there. I used mostly the iPhone 3Gs to capture my images. Here are shots from the Canon 1000D, enjoy :

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More to come, so just hang in there….

~Later Days~