‘Even on the roof can …’ | daily Metro

Kuala Lumpur: The limitation of holding photography sessions in public and open areas at this time, is not an obstacle for photographer Mohamad Ariff Rosly to use his creativity in producing interesting pictures.

On the other hand, Mohamad Ariff, 25, cleverly adapts to the current and latest situation, his story of taking a picture of the bride on the roof of the house attracted the attention of citizens to spread on social media after the video during the photography session was uploaded on the TikTok application.

Mohamad Ariff said, the photography session was held at 3 pm last Friday at the bride’s house near Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam, Selangor.

He said, the idea of ​​holding a photography session on the roof came spontaneously as an alternative to get more interesting picture options.

“I asked my client (the bride) about what concept he wanted when communicating via WhatsApp and had informed that he would make his home as the initial location of the photography session.

“On the promised day, the photography session with the bride and her partner went as usual at her house, but there were a few problems when not many photos and video recordings could be taken.

“So, I was trying to look around the house and suddenly came the idea of ​​having a photography session on the roof.

“I shared the idea with the customer and coincidentally, he did not mind doing it, so I was able to take some interesting pictures,” he said when contacted by Harian Metro.

According to Mohamaf Ariff, he was not alone at the time because he was also accompanied by a friend who is also the videographer Rahmat Hidayat Edy Selamet, 24.

MOHAMAD Ariff with his team. PHOTO courtesy of readers

He said, the photography session went smoothly and did not take long, which is only about 15 minutes.

“Actually, I am a fashion photographer so I used to hold photography sessions at high places before.

“It’s just a new experience for me to take a picture of the bride on the roof and Alhamdulillah, everything went smoothly because my client is experienced as a model. So, there is no problem for him to give the best ‘pose’,” he said, who is currently a Master of Visual Communication at Mara University of Technology (UiTM), Shah Alam.

Mohamad Ariff admitted that he was shocked when the video uploaded on TikTok got the attention of many, but thanked those who praised his work.

According to him, the video was actually recorded for fun purposes, in fact he did not edit it as seriously as always.

“Unexpectedly, many people watched until I regretted not editing properly so that the quality is more attractive.

“Anyway, I appreciate all the positive comments given and hope the public can continue to support the local community of photographers who have also been affected since the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.

Source: utama by www.hmetro.com.my.

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