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