Experimenting with a brand-new camera I just bought, a Pentax SV 1962 fully manual camera even without a light meter.
Welcome to my street photography walk photo album in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I embarked on this photographic journey with my trusty 35mm f2.8 Zeiss lens and 135mm f1.8 GM lens to capture the vibrant and diverse city.From the bustling streets of Chinatown to the colonial-era architecture of the Merdeka Square, every corner of Kuala Lumpur was an opportunity to capture the essence of the city through my lens. The 35mm lens allowed me to capture the essence of the streets, while the 135mm lens helped me zoom in on the details and capture the unique personalities of the people.
One of the highlights of the trip was exploring the famous Petaling Street in Chinatown, which was teeming with colorful stalls selling everything from local food to souvenirs. Using my 35mm lens, I was able to capture the energy and liveliness of the street as vendors shouted out to passersby, and locals mingled with tourists.The colonial-era architecture of the Merdeka Square was another captivating sight, and I used my 135mm lens to capture the intricate details of the buildings, from the intricate carvings to the sweeping arches.
Throughout my journey, I was struck by the diversity of Kuala Lumpur and the different cultures that coexist harmoniously in the city. My photographs capture the vibrant energy of the city, as well as the unique personalities of its people.I hope this photo album gives you a glimpse into the beauty and diversity of Kuala Lumpur, and inspires you to explore the world with your own lens.