Street Photography by Sarawak Bloggers
Dated 28th August 2010. Sarawak Bloggers organized a street photography. One of our famous street photographer, Robin is back at Kuching to give us some guidelines on what and how to shoot nice and natural street photos. Honestly, it ain't easy. Cos you have to know that not everyone wants their face to be simply photographed by you. Some will be friendly and smile while some might be shooing you away =D
So let's get started. I picked out these few shots which I like. Make your judgment later =D
Meeting point, right in front of Old Court House at 8.15am. I was on time! =D
After everyone came, we start off to wander around India Street. Everyone was busy buying cloth to make Raya clothes.
Fwwwaaaaahhhhh~~~ My eyes SPARKLED when I saw all these biscuits and cookies!!! Reminded me of the old days when mum used to bring me to the shops opposite Miramar and bought them. Awwww....
Raya cards can be seen all over =) People do ask me, who still send those cards? I tell you, I do! I mean, my office does. Hahaha!!!
Green, brown, orange, blue, red and white!!! Ohmigosh!!! Not only clothes are colorful but drinks too?
The old Electra House and our very dear Open Air Market. Sio bee and soya bean please~
Hmm....I just knew that this is actually called jendela when Eve mentioned =D
Uncle! Iboh tikam timun tok ok? Thank you. Haha! When we were capturing the photo of this uncle, the lady at the side told uncle that his photo is being captured but he ignored us. And then Eve was saying 'Luckily you don't see the cucumber coming nearer to your lens'. Hahahaha!
Umm...ok you can ignore the photo above cos we were just randomly playing around =D Oh and that's Norman in case you wanna know. Hahahaha!!!
I heard that Cathay used to be a cinema. And there's actually lots more other cinema in Kuching during my mum's youth! Mummy even sneaked out to watch movies with friends. Eng eng!!! =D Tapi when go home ahhh...kena marah lah tu~~
Assigning new member for MU(SB). Income RM2million. Thank you very much. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!
This friendly uncle was telling us stories about Bishopgate. He told us that there's a peppermint tree in Bishopgate!!! And it's from Australia!!! Anyone knows? =D Bangga aku~
This is the tree. And and, he said if you bring it home and put in water, mosquitoes won't come. And and and, we did brought it home!!! I mean Cyril and Fahriee. Not me. Hahahaha!
I have a thing for dragons pictures on pillars and everywhere in a temple. Probably cos I'm a dragon?
A unique looking cupboard. Ok I don't know is this a cupboard or a cabinet or how do you even call this thing. All I know is it looks like a cello.
I found this hotel somewhere opposite Waterfront. Looks classy. Would love to go in and snap some photos. Next time probably? =D
Kuching is known not only for our GREAT LOCAL FOOD but also a very CLEAN AND PEACEFUL CITY!!!! Agree or not it's up to you.
Loving Sarawak Bloggers more!!!! *Dear bf, please don't jealous ok* =D