29 June 2009

Broken Failed Assignment

Another broken assignment. First pictures taken when I was at Safoda using HDR edit. I just love the smooth of the colours. Second picture taken and edit a moment ago. Second picture is my first try for merged and cloning skills. Broken and failed.

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

27 June 2009

Alone And Alone

Last thursday, Im so boring so and at the same time my mother went to an event so I free to use her car. I drove to Mandahan, almost Papar near that MRSM. I shoot a lot of pictures but Malaysian said "tiada rezeki" because Im not allowed to entered that forest reserve without permission so I just snap near their gates. 

I really love that place so next time, I will asked their permission. After that, I continued my journey until 1pm because I must take my sister from her school and I want to meet someone. A few pictures above can tell all my journey.

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

23 June 2009

High Dynamic Range

I believe I can fly

Dont forget to flush your #$% or you mom will kick you *&^

In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of luminances between light and dark areas of a scene than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention of HDRI is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to shadows. (wikipedia)

There has been a lot of buzz recently about HDR photography, but many people assume that it's only limited to professional photographers. The reality is that just about anyone can take and process an HDR photo with most cameras and proper HDR software. (abduzeedo)

Im so lazy for this week and do not go for the outing. Maybe I want to take a rest before I go back to UMS. So I decide no outing for this week but I still shoot any subject in or near my house. Refer to Mr.Nasier and Mr.Rahim photos of HDR, so I decided to study on it and pictures above is the result. 

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

Happy Family

Happy Family

17 June 2009

Speechless About Street

Street photography is a type of documentary photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places such as streets, parks, beaches, malls, political conventions, and other settings.

Street photography uses the techniques of straight photography in that it shows a pure vision of something, like holding up a mirror to society. Street photography often tends to be ironic and can be distanced from its subject matter and often concentrates on a single human moment, caught at a decisive or poignant moment. On the other hand, much street photography takes the opposite approach and provides a very literal and extremely personal rendering of the subject matter, giving the audience a more visceral experience of walks of life they might only be passingly familiar with.(source from wikipedia)

After done my reflection assignment,I decide go for the street photography. At the time when I was snap pictures, I gain many expecience and meet many people and yes I know why all my mentor said "be brave" when it comes to street photography.

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

16 June 2009

Broken Reflection

Photographing your subject as a reflection is an excellent way to add tension and instantly create interesting composition in your photograph. Try water reflection pictures or mirror reflection photos (wikipedia). Last sunday I outing with Mr. Luqman and Miss Nurul, two loving couple and at the same time with Jebat.net members.

Last saturday I meet senior photographers and look at their works and Im a bit jelous so that I decide outing and improve my reflection. Before this, I always snap without realise the reflection of the object and thanks to Mr. Azlan because keep remind me on it.

Refer to Mr. Azlan and Mr. Paulson pictures, I decide to play with the reflection. From the pictures above, first picture I snap in a very low angle. I like it because I managed to snap two subject that was reflection and sunset. But my picture of the day is the second picture. Why? because it remind me when I was in childhood. Suddenly I saw this boy near the sea and snap his picture. Playing near the sea and keep shouted "bapa, mari bha sini bawa aku berenang". 

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

15 June 2009

Studio Pesona

Last saturday, Mr. Agoes SK invited all photographers to his open house of Studio Pesona. Studio Pesona is own by Mr. Agoes, one of the mentor in photography especially in macro works. Really ambitious friendly humble person but when it comes for his works, dont dare to challange him without passion and own strenght.

Studio Pesona was establish in May 2009,it is about 3 weeks ago by Mr. Agoes himself. His aims if for helping other photographer who interest and dreaming for indoor shooting and at the same time, business is the best way to survive. For the photographer, they can rent it for RM150/hour and photobook is available for them. For the public, they will be more special packages like families shooting, weddings, photobooks, convocation, and many mores. 

Studio Pesona is located at Putatan Square, second floor for the Poliklinik Permai. For those who interest on it can visit them at office hours or just contact owner of the studio, Mr. Agoes SK.

Thank you. Enchek Izaan

09 June 2009

The Teluk Villa

Yesterday I went to Teluk Villa and meet Mr.Jufree, one of Jebat.Net members. He tough me something and I really happy chill out with him eventhough he is much older then me. But photography unite us. As you can see from the pictures above, all of it I shoot at the Teluk Villa sunset point.

First pictures tell about sunset hunter especially for the photogaphers. Im the one who addicted with the sunset and it brings me some valueable memories. Second pictures really mean something for me, because I remember when I was a kid and follow my father for the fishing. Third pictures? Undescribeable. 

Thank you. Enchek Izaan