From a fishing kampong (Malaysia)

Posted by Ziren (Singapore, Singapore) on 27 May 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

A "kampong" refers to a settlement smaller than a town - in other words, a kampong is a village. The people of this kampong mainly rely on fishing for a living, and so boats etc could be seen everywhere. *This is in Sedili, Malaysia.

I am Ziren Wang, a student from Raffles Institution, Singapore. I picked up a camera in January 2009 in my school's photographic society, and I have never looked back. Years later, I have explored various different forms of photography, from event coverage, to fashion, to documentary, to photography using DIY lenses, and most recently, to film.

zahra from shiraz, Iran

very nice.

27 May 2010 3:32pm

@zahra: thank you zahra. your pictures of the middle east are very touching too, especially the portraits.

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I love how you have worked the light in this shot, the added drama in the clouds is tremendous.

27 May 2010 6:57pm

@Curly: thank you so much curly! :) i really admire your hdr shots too, are they processed with photomatix too? im just starting with hdr

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Very beautiful shot

27 May 2010 8:30pm

@Didier DE ZAN: merci beaucoup, mon ami :)

alex centrella from California, United States

beautiful scene !

27 May 2010 9:50pm

@alex centrella: i agree totally, alex. kampongs in malaysia are really one of a kind, definitely unique to malaysia.

123 from China

A kind of magical and magnificent mood.Nice shot.

28 May 2010 9:41am

@123: thaaaanks :)

Crazy Person from Singapore

This is nice! Is this using HDR?

29 May 2010 11:10am

@Crazy Person: yes! :)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Yes, Photomatix is my weapon of choice! I sometimes need to make a curves adjustment in Photoshop or add some dodging and burning for additional contreast.

29 May 2010 5:54pm

prarthana from singapore, Singapore

excellent processing!

10 Jun 2010 5:46am

KC Chan from Singapore

Nicely done. The accentuated colours give the pic a touch of surrealism!

5 Jul 2010 5:39pm

@KC Chan: thank you mr chan! :D