I am currently hooked to freshly released music created by a fellow Olympus photographer, Ian Davis.
I have been following his blog for quite a while now, and he has produced many impressive photographs, especially portraiture and people shots. I admire his passion for photography, and he is a living testimony that Olympus is a capable system for professional photography work.
Recently, he created a fusion of photography and music, both his passion combined together in his newly launched EP titled "Cameras and Music". I have been looping the entire album for a few days now, and I am deeply in love with two particular tracks, namely "Portrait (Ian)" and "Alone in the Dark(Room)". I am not exactly good at reviewing and describing music, but I do love how the entire album has strong photography as its main theme. Good stuff must be shared, right? Go grab yourself some fresh cool music from Ian's website. Ian, you are being too generous for making this available for free for everyone.
I have been rather busy myself lately, both with my day job, as well as photography assignment. In the midst of all the tight schedule, I made a point to myself to squeeze in a little bit of my time for some shutter therapy session. This morning, I headed to Petaling Street and attacked one of the many temples there, with a friend of course. Choon Wee was shooting alonside me, with his Leica M9. *slurp
I have had so many things going on in my mind that I wanted blurt all out here, mainly my thoughts on current photography trends. I just have too much to sort out to properly compose a complete blog entry with a consistent theme. Therefore, for this session, I will just post up the photographs from the earlier shutter therapy session.
All images in this entry were taken with Olympus DSLR E-5 and 11-22mm F2.8-3.5 or 50mm F2 macro
Choon Wee and his Leica M9. *drools
Late breakfast, Chee Cheong Fan at Petaling Street.
Self Portrait, heh !!
The photography opportunities inside and around the temple, and the surrounding streets are just endless. So many things to capture !! I love temples, I just could not get enough of them.
I can't believe the weekend is already over. Time flies, when you have too many things in your hands.