In Between Moments….


I believe a good picture must have an emotion, whatever the emotion is. I’ve not much experience but I always have a good and memorable picture from the unplanned and unexpected moments. Something that the peoples you shoot did naturally. It was the ones right after the shot that my subject was expecting. When people pose, they tend to hold something especially their emotions. All people want to be pretty and trying so hard to look good in the picture, but they doesn’t realize that they are most beautiful when they act naturally. There is a big different between fake smile, and a smile that comes out from your heart.

And that is why I believe most of the photographers like to shoot candid, including me… =)

Wake Up!!!!

Keretapi Tanah Melayu : KTM : Senandung Mutiara : April 2011 : Butterworth-Kuala Lumpur : Picture of Ali, my ex-housemate during our trip to Berkelah :

Today I was looking at the old pictures in my collection, I realise that times flies by in a blink of an eye. It makes my realise how much time have been wasted. It is time to make a big move in my life. I have to get out from my comfort zone. I have to start thinking on what my life going to be in the next 5 or ten years, or else, I will always be the same old me….

Wake Up!!!!!

Happy Birthday Mama…

birthday mamaa

Ya Allah,
Engkaulah yang melihatnya (mengetahui keadaan ibuku),
Jika Engkau melihatnya dalam keadaan berdosa, maka ampunkanlah dosanya,
Jika Kau melihatnya dalam keadaan bersedih, maka gembirakanlah hatinya,
Jika Kau melihatnya dalam keadaan gembira, maka sempurnakanlah kegembiraannya,
Jika dia sakit, maka sembuhkanlah sakitnya,
Jika dia gelisah, maka jauhkanlah kegelisahannya,
Jika dia letih, maka sampaikan berita gembira kepadanya tentang ganjaran yang sangat besar….

Source of Dua:

Memory & Moment


“Sometimes you’ll never found the true value of a MOMENT until it becomes a memory”

I found this quotes on Facebook and like it very much. Moment will be forgotten, unless you freeze it or capture it in a picture. It might take you 10 years, or even longer to realize how precious that moment was.