Photo Essay : Business At Dusk
I’ve been attracted to photograph the scene at Night Maket. I always carry my camera with me whenever i go to the market with my wife and daughter, but it often ends i’m carrying my daughter or the stuff that we just bought there. In such crowded public area, i don’t want to missed every single sight of my daughter, so its either me to carry the stuff or my 2 years old daughter.
I still remember duirng my earlier days when i just bought my Nikon D60, this night market was one of my interesting subject for me to photograph.
I like to present it in black and white, because its not the vibrant color that attaract me the most, but the life, the businness itself. I love to have just a little bit movement by using lower shutter speed to let viewer experience the sense of motion.
The market has different sections, wet market, vegetable & fruit market, spices & food groceries, food stalls, Malay Pastry and the list goes on.
My next visit to this market, i will take more food stalls photos, i’m talking about the flames on the wok while cooking. Nothing to hurry, the market is opening daily 🙂
Posted on April 24, 2012, in Human Interest, Photo Essay, Uncategorized and tagged banana, black and white, eggs, fish, fish monger, fruits, kota kinabalu, malam, malaysia, Night market, pasar, peniaga, people, sabah, shukur, tuna, vegetable. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.