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Practicing The New Technique

As you all know, I’ve attended Daniel Cheong’s workshop last month, and now it’s time to practicing his teaching. Now I know the secret on how to get that shining look on the buildings. Thanks again Daniel. I love your technique and I’m going to improve my skills.

Combined with knowledge that I’ve learnt from my previous sifoo – Vedd  & Azrudin – I am going a step further in this photography arena. Again, thanks to my guru’s and thanks to all of you too for your kind support and constructive comments.

Stay tune for my next update and have a nice weekend! 🙂

Kg. Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Digital Blending Workshop with Daniel Cheong

Yes, that’s right – the title says it all! I’ve got a chance to meet Daniel Cheong in person last weekend and learn his secret of Digital Blending technique. It is an indeed the most valuable workshop I’ve ever attended. I’ve learn a lot from him. From now on, I’ll start practicing his technique and hopefully I can be a well-known HDR and landscape photographer like him one day ~ right now I’m imagining myself surrounded by fans screaming to get by autograph.. oh! How I wonder..

But one thing I really regretted is about the workshop is… I forgot to get his autograph! Adoi la!!

You didn’t know who is Daniel Cheong? Click this link HERE and you’ll amazed on his photos. Trust me..

Now I present to you a Digitally Blended image that I’ve learn from him. Hope you’ like it 😉

Masjid Putra, Putrajaya, Malaysia

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Single Exposure with LEE

Recently I’ve bought a set of Lee Filters but I’ve never got any chance to test it out since the weather in Klang Valley is not up to my expectation. Then my wife suggested to visits her brother is Jerantut, Pahang. She said that there is a lot of waterfalls down there and I might interested to see them.

“Well, let’s go then..”

Jerantut has a lot of waterfalls and this is one of the called Lata Jarum. The only waterfall that I’ve managed to photograph. The best thing about this place was, not many people around and I can freely travel throughout the river to have my shots. I will visit Jerantut again next time to photograph the others, Insya Allah.

And this is the results from my visits, a single exposure with these settings: f11, 0.6 sec, ISO 100, LEE ND .9 Filter. A single exposure edited with Adobe Camera RAW and CS5 [Non-HDR image]

Lata Jarum, Jerantut, Pahang, Malaysia

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Purple Hour

After one month rest (from photography) during the month of Ramadhan, finally I’m back with my camera. This particular shot was taken in the early morning with fellow HDRianz – Ezry & Sham. We was expecting the sunrise to shine but heavy rain clouds was blocking the view. Maybe next time perhaps..

Masjid Uniten during blue hour

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