We had a slow, relaxing walk and we shot anything that got our attention. I armed myself with my Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II and my most favourite lens, the M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8. The focal length was familiar and comfortable for me to work with, and the lens, being so small and light, felt right at home on my hands.
Shaun visiting from Austtalia
Along the Walkway
Showering the Chicken before slaugther
Point A to Point B
Sweet Potato Seller
A Chow Kit Resident
Portrait of a Stranger
I know I have taken shots like this a couple of times, but this dude had a Mickey Mouse cap on! How can I not take a photo of this?
Rambutans. One of the most delicious tropical fruits, you must try them!
A little pixel peeping will not hurt anyone (this is directed to die-hard traditionalist no chimping street photographers)
Even after using the 45mm F1.8 lens for 3 years now, I am still astonished by the incredible sharpness in the images this lens produces!
Afrer the shutter therapy session, I went to the Kuala Lumpur International Audio Visual Show 2016. The only shot I took at the KLIAV show (an expo for Hi-Fi, Audio Visual stuff, where audio enthusiasts can audition many high end equipment that may cost a car, or a house).
I walked away with a Beyerdynamic Headphones and StraightWire speaker cables. Very satisfied with my purchases, though nothing huge or game-changing. Yes, I am an audio-enthusiast but I am not able to afford anything more than entry level equipment at the moment.
Flat White and Oatneal Cookies to end the day.
If I do not post coffee photos, people start to question what happened.