Kota Kinabalu Night Market
After having coffee session with friends on one night, i took a short visit at Kota Kinabalu Night Market which located just in front of Le Meridien Hotel. This Night Market normally operates from 5pm to midnight. It was about 1130pm when i reach here. Nothing much happening other on this time except the hawkers busy cleaning their stall which then “transformed” into a cubical cabinet.
With very minimal lighting available, I was looking for any photographic opportunity. Besides, this is the time where the high ISO capability to be tested. These set of images were taken with Fujifim X-Pro1 with Fujinon 14mm XF lens. I am quite impressed by its performance.
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- Tailor At Handicraft Market Kota Kinabalu
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- Faces Of Mabul (Monotone)
- Photo Essay : Business At Dusk
Posted on October 10, 2013, in Human Interest, Kota Kinabalu, life, Photo Essay, Travel, Uncategorized and tagged 14mm, borneo, fuji, fujifim, fujinon, human interest, kota kinabalu, life, malaysia, man at work, market, Night market, pasar malam, people, photo essay, sabah, vsco film, x-pro1, xf lens. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.