Mixed Film Stock

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So I tested out a few film stocks just for fun. Top diptych was shot with Fuji Pro 400H, second and last were taken with Kodak Portra 400, third diptych was shot with expired Centuria 100. I think I’m going to stick with Kodak Portra 400 for a while and see how it goes. Love the colour rendition and fine grain produced by the film. All shots were taken with Contax 645.

PS: Can’t wait to blog about my trip to Sydney, Australia.

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Bali, Indonesia

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Freakin’ awesome trip to Bali with my buddies Sakhee, Wan and Adam. We went in January but it felt just a week ago. Photos were shot on a Nikon F6 with I think mostly Kodak ColorPlus 200 and black and white on Neopan 400.

For those who do not know, I do destination weddings and portraiture too! Drop me a line for more details!

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Nature on Film

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I know shooting nature is not as impressive as shooting human being but it’s good for your eyes. Your practice should not be limited to only human subject. It should involves every single thing. This way, you will sharpen your eyes no matter what subject is in front of you.

To be honest, nature is not my favourite but I photograph it anyway. Why? Because it’s part of eyes sharpening. Therefore, go out there and explore something beyond your desired subject.

This set was shot on Kodak Ultramax 400 with Nikon F6.

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Rahman & Rai

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What a handsome couple! This portrait session was done at Rahman’s uncle’s house in Ampang. Thank you Rahman and Rai for the wonderful time and to your uncle for the cooperation given during the session.

I shot the whole session with Nikon F6 and Agfa Vista Plus 400. The weather was nice. Not too hot, not too cloudy. Enough and even light. Indoors was a bit challenging because it was dark hence I needed to open all doors and curtains to make way for light and still had to hold my camera as sturdy as possible at a minimum speed.

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Childhood Friends (Part 2)

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This session was a continuation from Childhood Friends (Part 1). I wish I could gather each and everyone of them to be in one session but unfortunately some of them could not make it. These girls were friends since they were in primary school and it’s amazing to see all of them are still together until now. These photographs are the evidence of their friendship.

Want to have a fun session with your friends? Drop me a line!

Shot on Nikon F6 with Kodak ColorPlus 200.

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Headshots by Faris Fakri

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Sometimes, headshot doesn’t have to be in the studio. Outdoors seem to be more fun!

For photographers: Shot on Nikon F6 + Agfa Vista Plus 400

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