Any photographers exploring street photographer in Kuala Lumpur would most definitely do some sessions at the famous Petaling Street, or Chinatown of KL. I have mentioned that this is not my preferred street hunting ground, but it is also one of the most frequented, and shot locations by any street photographers out there. I was there this morning with Nick Wade and we attacked the streets and the cats we found along the way.
Is there anything specific I wanted to achieve in my photography this morning? Or in any of my shutter therapy sessions generally speaking? No, not really. I think the main objective is having fun, and what better way to do that than clicking the camera away and shoot into the randomness that we chanced on the streets. Again, this time I armed myself with the Panasonic GM1.
Special thanks to Frederick who has bought me some spare batteries so I can now shoot without being too conservative on the short battery life.
All images were taken with Panasonic GM1 and Olympus M.Zuiko lenses 45mm F1.8 and 17mm F1.8
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Portrait of a Stranger 1
Everyone Look to the Right
The Kids Know
Chicken Rice Uncle
Hair is on Fire
Man in Yellow
Portrait of Stranger 2
Under the Table
I did say we were attacking the cats, didn't I? Nick Wade in action. And yes, it was nice having Nick, since I was always the only one shooting the cats.
With the few shutter therapy sessions I have had for the past few days, I finally felt like myself again. You know, the feeling of craving for one particular food and finally after a long time, you get to eat them till you are satisfied. Good shutter therapy sessions bring much satisfaction to me.