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once upon a norza

i am norza and this is my blog

too late always

I love taking streetshots of people but I've always been self-conscious when taking them. Sometimes my thinking process is too long that when I decided to take it, the opportunity is all gone. shucks. So now I'm practising my streetphotography when I go to the market with my mum-in-law. Everytime I go to Tekka market, there's sure something new to shoot. Love that place.
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At 10:14 PM, Anonymous Faddy said...

do you ask permission before or after you take pics? or u senyap2 take and run away? haha.    

At 4:23 PM, Blogger Mama Sarah said...

i've just left a comment on your lil Aisyah's blog - i like your style of photography. Cool!

vibrant colours have always given a good impact on me. However, of late, your subtle tone of colours have grown on me. And I like that too.

(am observing your work in general, not just on this particular b&w photo) love your work. i might want to learn a few tips from you if you don't mind sharing ;) ?    

At 4:45 PM, Anonymous blackcadillac73 said...

Shots of street subjects are always interesting. I reckon if you don't ask permission from your subjects when taking their pictures, it'll turn out more natural and has character.    

At 11:59 PM, Anonymous ibu aisyah said...

faddy: i very seldom ask permission to take any pix unless i'm taking a several pictures of people while they were working or im on assignment. most times, it's just shoot and go...if they notice, i just smile and showed them what ive shot.

mamasarah: you're a good photographer yourself with your own style. actually i do notice my pictures are 'losing' colours..haha. and sure, lets share tips. :D

blackcadillac: true true. maybe i shud try to look more tourist'y. hehe.    

At 6:13 AM, Anonymous Faddy said...

if they notice, i just smile and showed them what ive shot. << why didn't i ever think of that? *slaps forehead* thanks!    

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