I got around to shooting the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque from the Shah Alam Lake Garden last weekend. It was a coincidence. Since I brought a camera and the weather was fine with blue sky I couldn’t resist taking a couple of shots. I imagined that rarely-appearing-nowadays blue sky would be even deeper blue if seen through a polarizer filter fitted to my newly-procured brand new Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 (non-VC). Actually another reason to shoot was to test the Tamron 17-50mm. Anyway as they said let the pictures do the talking (it reminded me of YB Jeff Ooi when we together with the rest of the “dirty dozen” co-founded now-defunct LensaMalaysia.com, Jeff being the tok penghulu). I hope Jeff is still passionate about pictures like before he became a YB.
If you notice I purposely included the moving boat in the composition. That is one of the techniques in composition where you introduce a sense of movement in the picture. Without the moving boat the composition would look static and try to include something moving you will present a picture with dynamic composition. I recommend you study those photos by pros especially photojournalism photos and you will be able to understand more about dynamic composition and a sense of movement as what I touched on just now.
Happy shooting and feedbacks are welcomed 🙂