I have not been to Pudu for quite a while now, since most of my friends prefer to shoot around Petaling Street area in Kuala Lumpur. Last weekend, I decided to go for a short solo adventure on the streets, a personal shutter therapy session, and I thought why not revisit a place which I used to shoot a lot at not too long ago. Pudu is a busy, busy wet market, full of life and people and activities. People here are generally very friendly and will not mind having their photographs taken, unlike in Petaling Street, a tourist heavy area that the locals there are attacked by cameras way too often.
After flirting with the old, gorgeous Olympus Camedia C-8080, I am now back to using the OM-D E-M10 Mark II. I brought along my usual lenses, 14-42mm pancake kit lens, the 25mm F1.8 and 45mm F1,8. The weather was beautiful and I think I got away with quite a few decent shots!
E-M10 Mark II is my regular camera now, and I am deeply in love with it
The storage area
Tricolor (or TV3, and you will know why if you are a Malaysian)
the KL tower
To Murder a Chicken
Portrait of a Stranger 1
Portrait of a Stranger 2
The Flying Bread. It is called Roti Canai in Malaysia
The City after Sunset
I was hoping for a more dramatic sunset sky but it was cloudy. Oh well I shall come back again next time.