Finally I have a short break and went for a holiday with my lovely wife last May. First I wanted to travel-light but I end up traveled with a Nikon D610, an all rounder travel-zoom AF-S 28-300 VR, an ultra wide AF-S 14-24 F2.8 and a Fisheye AF-D 16 F2.8. Continue reading “Hi-Bali; Bali-Hai!”
This is one of my commercial photography assignment done earlier for ATI College Penang, With only 1 and 1/2 day time slot for the assignment, I managed to cover the main campus, Penang International Airport and a few of Penang’s tourism hot spot. It was truly a unique experience for me, as I get to shoot difference subjects in such a short time!
The above shots was done very quickly as everyone is complaining about the hot baking sun, the shot was shot right in front of the college main entrance!
Let me kick start this blog with my 2009’s trip, It has been a long while since I last went for a break until last week on 6th Oct 2009, I took Air Asia and flew to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah!
Thanks to Aunt Teoh, I was allowed to stayed at one of the staff’s apartment of her company. it was located at Beverly Hills, the Sabah’s version.
Along the trip, I’ve visited quite a number of places including KK’s town, Tip of Borneo – Kudat, Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, UMS’s Aquarium and many more.
Not to mention the foods I had here, most of them are awesome except the 1st night’s Bak Kut Teh at Beverly Hills
Along the long list of foods I had ‘Tarap’ is one of the special local fruit, that smelly like oily-road-tar!
I also manage to captured a few shots on the superb sunset in KK, here’s one of them.
Here’s some infomation for your references,
– I flew to KK directly via Air Asia, and returned with Mas to KL, then transit back to Penang.
– Fishes is cheap and available wherever and whenever in KK.
– It is easy to hitch a ride on public busses and travel around town.
– My photos were all taken with a Nikon DSLR D700, with 3 Nikon lenses including 18-35mm F3.5-F4.5, 50mm F1.4 and 135mm F2 DC.
– Most of the ultra wide photos were taken with a Hoya CPL.
– Most of the photos were taken with Nikon’s Vivid Mode with adjustments.
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