Use your smallest aperture.My camera is set to f5.6 with various shutter speed using Aperture Priority Mode and the results are quite brilliant.Enjoy~
I like this one
Do not look thru your viewfinder much as it can damage ur priceless eye =)
These pictures are taken during my KB-KL route. It was really boring sit in the plane without doing nothing. Luckily my seat was just beside the window.Forget about the stewardess that always busy telling me not to use the electronic device, well it's just a camera, not emitting any signal or something.
Pictures taken at Sudara Beach Resort, Bachok
Green is good or our eyes, some says that seeing at green things like natural leaves can make our eyes feels better and some people said that they can throw their spectacles away after several years looking at green things everyday in the morning, just after wake up from bed.
"Being in the middle of the visible spectrum it is what our eyes have evolved to see, but it is going to cause chemical reactions in the cells of the retina in a similar way to other colours of light"
Green is the area of the colour spectrum where the eye's have the greatest sensitivity.
And I also heard that seeing blue colours can affect our eyes. Need more research on that.
So, let's just see green things a lot, not that hard, just open the window and see the fresh leaves every morning. =)
Kelantan.Located at north-eastern corner of peninsular Malaysia, it's the state where I've existed and stayed, till now. Kelantan is a world of gracious beauty, retaining an old-world charm that no one can resist.
It is declared as an Islamic City by PAS government, the current power of Kelantan now. As we are here, we can see mostly signboards are written in dwi-style of typing, they are in usual character and in Jawi.
But sometimes it's kinda weird to spell things in Jawi, like Tesco. I need to stare for a quite time to understand it. But still, it's quite interesting yet unique value that doesn't possessed by other states, i think so.
We are using different dialect of Malay, which is hardly understand by other people outside of Kelantan.
And i realize that some dialects are adapted from English, like "bekwoh" is from the word of Big Work, usually used for the wedding occasion here.
Even some people says that Kelantan is lack of devemopment, I still love staying here and it's quite peaceful compared staying at the big modern city. The crime level still moderate and almost zero people wearing sexy here ;)
Kelantan got no cinemas, so we have to go outside to have new released movies.