My friend Bihzhu has just launched a new song recently, "Jiwa Perkasa" and I was engaged as the offical photographer for the event. I am very proud to be involved in this project because I was there at the very beginning while the song was being recorded in studio! I was also there to witness the music video in production, so in a way, I was very involved in the making of Jiwa Perkasa almost every step along the way. I am super thankful and happy to be included and I thank Bihzhu for giving me this awesome opportunity. An important part of making impactful images is knowing what you are shooting well enough, and I cannot ask for more in this regard. I am sharing fresh images taken from the event coverage of  the launch. 

You can watch Bihzhu's latest video JIWA PERKASA here (click) 
If you are a Malaysian, do support our amazing local artist, follow Bihzhu on IG, FB and Spotify

In my latest video I shared my preference for shooting with prime lenses over zooms. I used Olympus M.Zuiko 12mm F2, 17mm F1.8, 45mm F1.8 and 75mm F1.8 for this session. In short:
1) I treasure the compactness of the prime lens over zoom lens which allows me to move quicker and easier without having to strain any part of my body, 
2) I like the better low light shooting performance, the brighter aperture of prime lenses allows more light gathering into the image sensor, thus avoiding unnecessarily high ISO
3) More shallow depth of field control, effectively blurring off the background to isolate my subjects better
4) Better low light AF, with more light captured by primes the camera can process more data effectively, resulting in improved extreme low light focusing in comparison to slower zoom lenses
5) Beautiful, organic and natural rendering of the prime lenses
I discuss all the points above in greater depth in my video here (click). 

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