So we see.

She sees me.

So does she.

Widely a one way.

Bird’s eye view.

In the words of Megatron – “RETREAT!”

This is Petaling Street.

Yeah, I guess they look local.

Man he must be thinking about them ‘melons.

I finally met the SLR Magic 35mm F1.7 CCTV lens for the NEX – tiny lens with magical output!

It had massive focus field curvature, causing the sides to be out of focus.

It also had vignetting which made for a very lomographic effect. Very inspiring to compose with the effect already showing on screen!

That’s it from that lens though. Here’s one from the Sony E 16mm F2.8.

And one from the Minolta 70-210mm F4 beercan.

There you have it, one illiterate man.

Somewhere near the Dang Wangi LRT station.

Also nearby. I don’t quite remember how I got this.

We were there to revisit the abandoned houses along Jalan Kamunting, near Dang Wangi.

Front entrance. Inviting, eh?

This is the backyard.

A wide hallway with natural sunlight. Originally shot with the Peleng 8mm F3.5 circular fisheye, then de-fished using DxO Optics Pro Elite.

Literate folk made notes.

Another defished view.

A thing to note is that not all the houses were as abandoned as we initially thought, so beware.

More blog entries:
Dang Wang II
Dang One-Ghee

4 thoughts on “Streetleaf

  1. Junyu Post author

    Haha! I still remember I twisted that sign ! also the de-fished pictures are really soft on the sides !


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