Sights To Be­hold

Dif­fer­ent eyes, many per­spec­tives. See things through the l enses of th­ese four pho­tog­ra­phers.

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Look through th­ese pho­tog­ra­phers’ lenses for a dif­fer­ent view

There are t i mes when one can see de­tails i n a way t hat oth­ers sim­ply can’t. I n pho­tog­ra­phy, any­one can own t he same equip­ment, but not all have t he abilit y to use t he gear or har­ness i t f ea­tures with t he ut­most cre­ativit y f or out­comes t hat can move oth­ers. On t hat note, i nspi­ra­tion may come f rom any where, but f or pho­tog­ra­phers Faris Fakri , Ra­zlan Yu­sof, Jeremy Lai and I zud­din Helmi, t he dif f er­ent per­spec­tives and van­tage points ( l i ter­ally) el­e­vate t heir pho­tog­ra­phy and t ravel snaps to newer heights. # TeamCLEO t alked to t hem to l earn about t heir be­gin­nings , and how cre­ativit y t akes t hem places.

FARIS FAKRI (@ FARISFAKRI)

” Early on, my f am­ily and f r i ends were my f avourite sub­jects f or prac­tice and ex­per­i­ment­ing what I selfl earned i n pho­tog­ra­phy,” Faris said. ” They were more t han j ust por­traits — i t was t he emo­tion t hat I cap­tured f rom my sub­jects t hat got me i mmensely i ntrigued.” Em­ploy­ing t he aid of drones, Faris says scout­ing an area and vi­su­al­is­ing t he shot i s key. ” With prac­tice, not only will you get bet­ter f ootage or pic­tures , but you also op­ti­mise t he drone’s bat­ter y l i f e ( t hey l ast 15 to 20 min­utes) so you re­ally have to be quick and pre­cise.” Faris us­es­the Pana­sonic Lu­mix GH5 and DJI Mavic Air.

Bird’s eye view of a Tereng­ganu beach

Faris look­ing for his next van­tage point

All this green­ery on Pu­lau Ka­pas

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