Sunday, August 15, 2010

Walkabout ~ Jalan TAR - Raja - Masjid India

One morning with the gang... out on the streets ...Jalan TAR - Jalan Raja - Jalan Masjid India. Its funny that I've been at the same venues several times... but the truth is that everytime I was there.. the feel is similar but the shots are for surely not duplicates... there's always something new to look at..

There are many subjects of insterest available around.. as I am an all rounder.. no specific subject of interest, I shot almost everything that I find nice in my eyes... from the structures/buildings .. people on the move ... and many other subjects...

...we gathered in front of SOGO ...synonym to "SALE" early plane to catch!

...we had breakfast here ...since its
a mamak restaurant... as usual teh
tarik and roti canai!

...Sale! Sale! Sale! ...all year round

...national flora

..accomodation for noble shoppers

...Tamil & Bollywood films available here

...littering is uncontrollable

...not only on Saturday night

...almost a century old!

..National Day celebration

...more should be painted colourfully like these ones..
it does create a good mood looking at them

...People on the move/in action is perhaps the most interesting subject for me..

....explore-racers on the move it!

And finally... some refreshment... at Malayan Mansion



cik fiza said...

nice pic..
x sangka tempat yg slalu pi dan nampak biasa boleh nampak sgt2 cantik dalam gambar :)

Raziff Lokman said...

Salam Ramadhan Cik Fiza, kalau ikut kata orang apa yg menariknya disekitar Jln TAR selain dr membeli-belah..dari 5 or bg kawan2 yg bersama hari tu...masing2 mengambil gambar dr perspektif kacamata mereka dan hasilnya mmg sgt menarik...dari situlah saya belajar melihat sesuatu dgn lebih mendalam walaupun dr luarannya nampak biasa saja..

Terima kasih sudi singgah...Selamat Hari Raya!

Abd Razak Efendi said...

My understanding of 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.

Raziff Lokman said...

Jak, thanks for explanation..

Pn. Liza Mahmood said...

Very Nice!

Telo pun nampak menarik!

Ada rezeki 1 hari nanti nak jemput saudara ambil foto kami sekeluarga. Harga sama mcm yg En. Raziff quoted hari tu ke?

I am Raziff Lokman... said...

..boleh Pn Liza..tkde problem