Before we dive into my usual shutter therapy collection of photographs, allow me to direct your attention to a photography exhibition happening at the Refinery, D7 at Sentul East. The exhibition showcases a collective work from accredited local photographers in the Royal Photographic Society (RPS). You can still visit the exhibition, which should run until May. More info here (click).
I was there early this morning, meeting up with fellow friends Tai Foong and Ripi. After the event, of course we jumped right into the agenda of the day: shutter therapy !!
All images were taken with Sony A350 and 35mm F1.8 DT lens, unless otherwise stated.
At the Roadside
Hot from the Stove
Fast Food Advert
Magazines and Broken Tail Light
Waiting for a Bus
Image taken with HTC One V
Closed on Sunday
Friends: Tai Foong and Ripi
Where we had our Lunch
For this particular shooting session, I only brought out two lenses, the 35mm F1.8 and 50mm F1.8. I found myself using the 35mm lens all the time, without even switching to the 50mm. The focal length was flexible for a little bit of wide shots, as well as being able to move in for tighter composition if needed. However, there was one case where I truly needed a wide angle lens to get the shot I have in mind. Without hesitating, I whipped out my HTC phone and used the 28mm equivalent lens to capture the shot, which was the "broken windows". That shot became my favourite of the day, it was not even taken with my DSLR !