Shutter Therapy Resumes

There is nothing more that I want for my weekend than a walk on the streets, doing my usual shutter therapy. I had a good one last weekend, joined in by a few good friends. 

I have decided to take less close up portrait shots and focus more on what I can shoot instead. I have flooded my blog posts with headshots and super near portraits. Somehow, this session I wanted to fall back a few steps and catch the wider view, or shoot people from a distance. That is the beauty of my shutter therapy, there is no fixed rules chaining you up on what you can or cannot do. 

Everything was taken with Panasonic GM1 and Olympus M.Zuiko lenses 25mm F1.8, 45mm F1.8 and 12-50mm F3.5-6.3. 



Hidden Parts



The Giant Head

Open Shop


Helping Hands

Through the window 


Kuala Lumpur

Black and Silver

Overpriced Hipster coffee

Some fancy toasts

ISO3200 I think

Nick Wade and his love for viewfinders


  1. Who knew that the Panasonic GM1 was so good? ;-)

  2. The colors of the Panasonic cameras are absolutely great!!!!!

    1. I did do some tweaking. The white balance skewed toward the cooler side.

    2. I understand. After years of using Olympus stuff (E410, E520, E-PM1) I bought a Panasonic G5 Camera and I shoot Raw. I use (for nature composition mainly) the Vivid Color Scheme with the White Balance set in-camera. Daylight for sunny scenery, Cloudy for a sky with clouds etc. To be honest I am very satisfied with the colors of the resulting images and I don't need in most cases to tweak them in the SilkyPix Raw Converter. These colors are indeed a little cooler then in Olympus counterpart but I enjoy them a lot. So, this is a matter of taste.

  3. Wow nice! love the colors. Are these straight out JPEG's?

  4. These wide shots are some of your best work! That reflection image is worthy of a very large print! Keep mixing it up!