Life in Pudu

2 days ago, I went for a street shoot in Pudu with Eujuin and WeiXiong. We have actually planned for a shoot like this for sometime and finally we did it. haha

This is a summary post of the day… more details and photos will be posted in April 2010.

So here goes!

Thats us! A Nikon user, a Canon user and a Sony user…. Woot! lol

We started our day with a bowl of super delicious hakka noodle at this lorong called Jalan Sayur. The shop is called Choon Kee noodle shop and they have been around for nearly 70 years and is very very famous in KL.

What makes the noodle so special? The minced pork, charsiew and the home made noodles.

Then we slowly walked and shot everything in sight…

We saw this Indian lady with her baby and she was very happy that we snapped her child. ehhe

As dirty as it seems, everything looked good through the viewfinder. We had a great time snapping chickens, people and the wet market.

We talked to some of the people there and they were very welcoming and friendly. Totally unexpected.

At the end of the day, we walked all the way from Pudu to Pavilion to enjoy a bowl of Snowflake. ahahahha




  1. Albert Ng

    #1 FTW! I have no idea how the perspective got that way unless it was a raised road.

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahaahha but its nice nonetheless! 😀

  2. Friedbeef

    Utterly amazing shots man. I wish I could snap like you.

    smashpOp Replies:

    wow appreciate your comment mate

  3. DSvT

    Likes the 1st picture the most… How is your setting which lead you to have such effect… Damn cool de…

    smashpOp Replies:

    just underexpose it and use flash lo

  4. Palie Massa Studio

    bro… really nice photo here… for pic no 1… how many speedlite are you using?

    smashpOp Replies:

    thanks! we only used one… which is on the left of the foto

  5. Ah Hong

    Go Pudu makan Nasi Curry. Lol. I like shot number 5 😀

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahaha oh i like that too 😀

  6. xes


    smashpOp Replies:

    wah first time see u comment here wo. thanks bro!

    xes Replies:

    hehe i always visit one, just that never comment. :p

  7. nesca

    wow u made the place looked very interesting! nice shots!

    smashpOp Replies:

    aaahha thanks nesca!

  8. JustinH

    Wah Damm ~Yeng~ Photogs! =D

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahaha terima kasih abang justin

  9. MsXeRoz

    You really have the magical touch with u.. U can make the ugliest things look pretty!

    I like photo no.1. You guys look damn macho =D

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahah ugliest thing look pretty. thanks for your compliments!

    n thanks for the macho comment ehhe

  10. Joey

    ahhhh….the Three Musketeer!

    smashpOp Replies:

    three hemsem musketeers!

    Joey Replies:

    in mandarin (if u know chinese) “自恋“!
    Don’t ask someone who knows :p

  11. uLi

    Pudu is my childhood hang-out place…. 🙂

    smashpOp Replies:

    me too! until form 3 😀

  12. mooiness

    Those noodles look delicious. :9 Great photos as usual!

    smashpOp Replies:

    omg bro! 10 years nvr see you here already! ahahah thanks for commenting!

  13. Ewin

    so nice!

    smashpOp Replies:

    so short!

  14. Ted

    This is by far one of the best post I’ve read 😉 It gives reader a different feeling and on the real life of Pudu. 🙂

    smashpOp Replies:

    wow i think so too bro! 😀

  15. Baldwin

    Nice pix pop! =)

    smashpOp Replies:

    tengkiu ah chua! lol

  16. J2Kfm

    And also the lards. Or lard-oil. That makes the Hakka Mee a notch above the average.

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