Hello everyone! We're at the end of 2018 already. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you, happy New Year 2019. May 2019 brings good health and prosperity to all friends and family.
For those shooting fireworks tonight, here's some tips that I'd like to share with you all! (New Straits Times BOTS Click, Page 42) Special thanks to Mr. Izwan Ismail for the opportunity.
LAMPU Putrajaya, or known as Light and Motion Putrajaya (LAMPU) Festival has become a regular year-end event for the past seven years and a highlight of Putrajaya's events calendar. The main attraction is the spectacular projection mapping show which, using state-of-the-art technology, brings the entire facade of the imposing Palace of Justice building to life with an exciting and colourful light imagery and sounds.
On 30 December 2018, I took my family for a trip to Putrajaya to view the LAMPU 2018 event. Upon arriving to the site, I was greeted by a VIP from Perbadanan Putrajaya who had graciously invited me & my family to enter into the VIP area to view the show. There were bean bags where visitors can lie down and rest while watching the spectacular light show.
I had used my SONY α7RIII with SEL1635GM lens, 16mm, 1/13 sec, f/2.8, ISO 1600. Here are some of the images captured during LAMPU 2018.
Sunrise at Masjid Putra this morning during my first outing with Lee Photo Sdn Bhd as NiSi brand ambassador. Another great milestone in my photography journey. Looking forward for more exciting outings and collaborations with Lee Photo.
It was quite a turn out with about 50 participants, from about 70 participants who signed up. At least half were there at 6:20am. We finished shooting around 9:00am and proceed for breakfast at Putrajaya Lake Club. We all adjourned by 10:15am.
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My special thanks to Lee Photo Sdn Bhd for arranging this outing and sincere thanks to everybody who made it this morning. Till next time, have a great holiday everybody!
This was shot my SONY α7SII with SEL1635GM lens, 16mm, f/8, ISO 400, where I used the NiSi V5 Pro holder + NiSi Landscape CPL + NiSi GND .9 Soft filters. This is part of my timelapse sequence.
This was shot my SONY α7RIII with Laowa 12mm lens, 1/30 sec, ISO 400, where I used the NiSi Laowa holder + NiSi Landscape CPL + NiSi Reverse GND .6 filters. You will get some vignetting when using the NiSi CPL, but this can be easily corrected in post processing.
This was shot my SONY α7RIII with Laowa 12mm lens, 30.0 sec, ISO 50, where I used the NiSi Laowa holder + NiSi Landscape CPL + NiSi ND1000 + NiSi ND8 filters.
This was shot my SONY α7RIII with SEL24F14GM lens, f/13, 1/30 sec, ISO 50, no filters.
Group photo of most of the participants taken in front of Putrajaya Lake Club in Precinct 8, Putrajaya.
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This was taken this morning, while accompanying a friend who came from Kuching, Sarawak. My set up for this shot is α7RIII with SEL1635GM, f/16, 1.6 sec, ISO 100, NiSi CPL + NiSi GND .9 Soft filters used, on my Leofoto LS-284C carbon fibre tripod + Leofoto LH-40 ballhead. My other set up was the α7SII + Laowa 12mm Zero-D for timelapse, on my Gitzo GT-1542 Mountaineer tripod + FLM-32FP ballhead.
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Alhamdulillah, we were greeted with such an awesome sunrise, in the company of a few friends. The colours lasted for at least 15 minutes.
This image is part of my timelapse sequence taken with the SONY α6300 and SONY SEL24F14GM lens. Focal length 24mm, f/11, 1/4 sec, ISO 100, no filters used, on my Leofoto LS-284V carbon fibre tripod + Leofoto LH-40 ballhead.
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The conditions was ideal for me to take out my gear and shoot at this location. This images was taken with SONY α7RIII with the Laowa 12mm f/2.8 Zero-D lens., 15 sec, f/11, ISO 100, NiSi GND .9 Soft filter used.
Menara PjH houses Putrajaya Holdings headquarters, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) office, Yayasan Hijau Malaysia and Jabatan Mineral and Geosains Malaysia. It is a premium green-rated integrated GBI-Gold development with 12-storey office tower and a retail podium next to a prominent waterfront enclave. Strategically located, it is next to the main government offices precinct with easy access to major highways in Klang Valley.
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Iceland...the Land of Fire and Ice. It's every landscape photographer's dream to go there at least once in their lifetime. I've always thought of Iceland as ultimate paradise for landscape photographers where you have opportunity to photograph countless waterfalls, mountains, fjords, volcanoes, and last but not least, the elusive Aurora Borealis.
The trip was meticulously planned back in July 2017. Several itinerary options were carefully planned to visit as many locations as possible in the whole of Iceland. To maximize our experience, I've roped in the services of a travel agent who is very familiar with Iceland. Hours of research was done through website information and sharing of experiences from friends who have been to Iceland, to ensure success of this trip. The trip date was selected to capitalize on the three public holidays during that period.
This is my 4th photography trip that I have successfully arranged, after Photography Trip to South Island New Zealand in August 2016 (7 participants), Photography Trip to Bromo, East Java, Indonesia in April 2018 (11 participants) and Family-cum-Photography Trip to North Island, New Zealand in August 2018.
Participants (L to R):
I've included some write-ups on the locations that were visited are (please click on the hyperlink to access my blog pages): Gullfoss, Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Hraunfossar, Reynisjara & Vik, Solheimasandur, Strokkur Geysir, Eldhraun Lava Fields, Fjallsarlon, Jokusarlon, Diamond Beach, Stokksnes Vestrahorn, Godafoss, Hverir, Hvitserkur, Kirkjufellsfoss and Reykjavik. We have managed to cover a total distance of 2,648km during the 10-day road trip!
This was the poster for the trip, and advertisement was only to a closed group of photographers.
The trip's logo was designed by El'Arief Mohd Khair, one of my New Zealand 2016's participants.
The logo was also embroidered on our trip's T-shirt for the participants to use during the trip.
Road trip in Iceland tips:
Special thanks to:
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This is the photography journey of Nur Ismail Photography where all the experiences from this year onwards will be shared with the audience. Thanks for stopping by! :-)