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5 Malaysian Female Photographers You Need To Follow On Instagram

Beautiful, inspiring and extraordinary. Fill your feed with views from the female lens

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Believe it or not, Instagram is more than just a place for bikini selfies and food porn. It’s also a place where talented photographers from all over the world share their creativity. As Robert Mapplethorpe once said: “The more pictures you see, the better you are as a photographer.” 

And with the increasing raid into digital and modern visual arts, talented photographers have been emerging all over the world. Malaysia‘s diversity has also helped produce a growing range of photographers and film artists capturing big and evergreen moments—historic events, landscapes, natures, and all other beautiful sights the world has to offer.

From destination photographers who spend more time abroad than at home to women fighting for a cause, here are 5 inspiring Malaysian female photographers to follow on Instagram. 

1. Sheryl Ng

 

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misty nights and hazard lights tee is @nike and jacket is @nakdfashion via @zaloramy. use my code SHERYL20 for 20% off 〰️

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2. Nadirah Zakariya

 

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✨ #generationtasia #generationt2020

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3. Nana Safiana

 

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🌀#nanasafianaself #visualdiary

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4. Trisha Toh

5. Jenny Sun

 

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JENNY 10 things about me 2020 version (or at least 6 😂) ⁣ It’s almost become somewhat of an annual tradition to do these. It’s been quite interesting to look back on and see what has changed about myself and what has remained 🙂 ⁣ ⁣Comment below with the number of the point you relate to the most! 1) I hate my nose and my teeth, but I have learned to be okay with both features. ⁣ 2) I have accepted that I will never be ‘pre-wedding’ weight again, and I am okay with that. The hustle and work it took to get near that goal last year made me exhausted, despite enjoying the luxury to wear clothes I couldn’t before. I have learned that my body will not put on weight in just a night of indulgence. In fact, lockdown taught me that not eating clean for 3 months straight only put on 1KG of weight. Eating everything in moderation and exercising in moderation has always and will always be the best for your physical and emotional well being.⁣ ⁣ 3) I probably like instant noodles even more this year, no thanks to all the k-dramas I watched due to covid⁣.⁣ ⁣ 4) I still don’t love cooking or baking – despite what it seems on stories haha! I do them out of necessity and for others happiness. I’ve been fortunate that I’m not terrible at either, but my idea of therapeutic relaxation is definitely other things like TV.⁣ ⁣ 5) I have learned that I am the worst version of myself when I am tired, so I have made it a point to prioritize my sleep health more this year. It’s still not great, but Im getting better. ⁣ 6) I openly admit that I am still a very flawed and sinful selfish individual. 2020 has shown me new ways this has crept into my life. But God is good – He doesn’t leave us like this. I love that God is a redeeming God that saves His people from their worst problem of sin, and makes beautiful what is originally ugly or broken. I know this process of sanctification will take my entire life, and I will never be perfect on this side of heaven, but I look forward to the day in heaven where everything including humans will be made right again. For now, I continue to trust in Him who knows how to perfectly mould his people to be more and more like Christ every day.

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