The Zoo Negara, once set in virgin jungle, now stands like an oasis amidst a concrete jungle.
It was officially opened to the public in 1963. The zoo features about 400 species of Malaysian and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds. Of these, the majority are fish and bird species while about a hundred are mammals and the reptiles.
The National Zoo is situated 13 km from the centre of Kuala Lumpur. Its aquarium “Tunku Abdul Rahman Aquarium” is a very popular attraction.
It displays over 80 species of aquatic animals, both marine and freshwater, including invertebrates. And visitors are asked not to feed the animals. They do that by funny board: a hand with a banana and an elephant. And a big cross right through it. I’ve never been to this Zoo Negara again ever since my last visit when I’m still 9-10 years old. And it’s a pretty good experience visiting again with a bunch of good friends, after 15 years later. Haha, it was same as fun.
Once the street photographer sets his foot outdoors, it's like being unleashed to the wilderness -- the concrete jungle. For the neophyte, it's going to be an overwhelming experience, and the best way to deal with it is to pick out the best companion, the Lomography Konstruktor.
Daniel Arnold may just be one of the most important names in contemporary street photography. Known for his raw takes on New York City life, he leaves no detail glamorized and allows himself to get into their personal space -- a task only for the fearless shooters in the concrete jungle.
Jesse Macht, creator of musical project Race the Tide, visited 15 states on his Airstream Endless Caravan tour in an effort to bring people together through their love of the arts. He put together a photo diary about what it was like to share his passion with so many people in a personal setting.
For a long time, the Silk Road was the channel which connected Europe, Asia, and Africa during the ancient times. Now, photographer Stefano Majno shows us what the Silk Road looks like now – in the 21st century.
Swiss artist Florence Iff investigates life in the planet Earth by deconstructing "Rosetta", an orbiter set out to study a comet named 67P. With photographs from the mission, she writes her own answers on existentialism.
In the 1970's, photographer Mike Mandel once stood on a Hollywood sidewalk, with his camera focusing on passerby cars and the people inside them. The results lead to an interesting series of street photography reflecting the attitudes of people while on-the-go.
A Holga CFN kickstarted UK-based lomographer James Hayman's journey to shooting on film. Now, he currently handles large format photographs for an independent photo lab. In this interview, our featured community newcomer adds an analogue touch to a famous movie quote and discusses his passion for the medium.
We've finally nailed down the basic colors from primary to secondary; now it's time to study other colors, hybrids, and palettes that make this world more complex and non-binary. We run in gradients, and some mixes are just exclusive enough to distinguish, like a Christmassy palette.
Currently based in Malaysia, Photographer Caroline Cuinet Wellings took the Petzval 58 Art Lens to one of her family's last trips before relocating to a different country. She shares with us intimate photos of her family and Southeast Asia.
Is it possible to explore the dusty roads and nostalgic landmarks of Highway 2 in just a single weekend? Argentinian travelers and analogue photographers Lorraine Healy and Sofía Fernández Crespo set off on this journey.
"The White Girl" is currently showing in theatres in Hong Kong. We invited photographer Wilson Lee to join the set for a day and use the New Jupiter 3+ and Petzval 85 art lens to capture all the wonderful moments. This is also the first time for Wilson to shoot stills for films. He shared his first-time experience in this interview.