About Us

We offer our services to the sustainability and conservation of our beloved Nature

The Photo Group is a special interest group within the MNS Selangor Branch.

While the origins of the group are unclear, it owes its existence to a number of dedicated and committed photographers who have headed the Photogroup over the years.

The current Group Coordinator, Alex Foong, returned to lead the coordinator’s role in 2005 and is the driving force behind the group today.

The Photogroup was formed for MNS members with an interest in Nature Photography and Nature Appreciation. The group welcomes all photographers whatever their level of knowledge or experience. Experienced members assist newer members to get the most out of their photography, whatever their interests.

Lecture and workshop sessions are held regularly for both novice and experienced photographers. Practical day trips, weekend or longer expeditions are organised every few months to special sites around Malaysia and overseas.

We learn from each other to help improve our nature photography.

PROJECTS/Events

With Nature in mind, MNS Photogroup Selangor Branch organizes monthly photographic trips lead by experienced and seasoned Photographers. The focus area include Nature, Landscapes, Wildlife, Fine Arts and etc., which will be followed by review plus knowledge sharing sessions on images taken and talks from experts in the fields of photography.

MNS Photogroup in KLPF 2020

Speakers:
Alex Foong
George NG
Constance Teo
Date: 30 August 2020 Sunday
Time: 5.30pm to 6.30pm

Nature Thru The Lens 2.0 @ Publika

24th to 29th July 2018 · Whitebox, Publika, KL.

A Photographic Exhibition organised by the Photography Committee Special Interest Group (SIG) from The Malaysian Nature Society Selangor Branch (MNS), Nature Thru the Lens 2.0 presents a nature photography exhibition and is the 2nd such event since a successful event in 2017. This time it will have more focus on creating nature conservation awareness and ecology preservation.

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Nature Thru The Lens Exhibition @ Publika

13th to 18th June 2017 · Whitebox, Publika, KL.

A Photographic Fund Raising Exhibition organised by the Photography Committee Special Interest Group (SIG) from The Malaysian Nature Society Selangor Branch (MNS), with the collaboration and support from Epson Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., Photobook Worldwide Sdn. Bhd., Impiana Land & Development Sdn. Bhd. and Whitebox @ Publika Solaris Dutamas.

Earth Month X MAPFEST 2018

March 23 – April 6, 2018 – Publika, KL.

Publika KL had invited MNS Photo Group to join them in the Earth Month celebration in the month of March 18 with the theme “Environment and Nature”.

Participation in Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival (KLPF) Through the Years

MNS Photography SIG has been actively involved in KLPF since 1990s showcasing images of Nature and Wildlife creating awareness of our fragile and unique eco-system. Support from the Public through our membership drive and Seminars during KLPF has been growing by the year and clear indication of our amazing content portrait during the event.

19th Feb 2020 at 8pm

Venue: Malaysian Nature Society
JKR 641 Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan, 50480 Kuala Lumpur

Jerai Geopark1

5th (7 AM) to 8th (1 PM) Sep 2020

Venue: Yan and Kuala Muda, Kedah – POSTPONED

DanumValley

16th (6 AM) to 20th (11 PM) Sep 2020

Venue: Danum Valley Conservation Area

 

Freaser Hill Outing

7th (7am) to 8th (6pm) Nov 2020

Venue: Rumah Methodist, Fraser’s Hill, Malaysia
Fraser’s Hill Methodist Bungalow, 49100 Bukit Fraser

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NEWS

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Chronicles from the field

Here we present the words and images from the events organized by the Photogroup Committee and Members which gives you a virtual understanding of the environment and the wonders of nature that will instill the sense of conservation and appreciation for the WORLD we live in.

Maliau Basin, Sabah by Alex Foong

A Photographic Adventure through one of the most pristine and bio-diverse forest in the World.

INDIA, In A World of Her Own ! By Gau Nair

A unique perspective into the Heart of India.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp by George SG Ng

In Pursuit of Mental and Physical Adventure.

Reservation at the Vulture Restaurant by Chan Swee Peng

A Birding Adventure in Nepal

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Portfolios

Through the Leadership of our experienced Committee we believe our Goal to create awareness of nature conservation through Photography which always has a greater impact on viewers with the unique images Nature provides and portrayed through our lenses.

Alex Foong - Coordinator

Constance Teo - Hon. Secretary

Lee Hong Leng

K.K. Tan

Yeoh Yin Tuan

George Ng

Swee Peng

Ling Nan Ley

Gau Nair

Reiko Yong

Khor Hui Min

Chang Chee Cheong

Chong See Ming

Leisure Su

Tutorials

Resources: Online Workshop

Photographic Aperture 101

The basic theory of how a camera works, including some basic optics, and also the idea of exposure and how we control it with the exposure triangle. Here we will be drawing upon what we have learned to understand the first point on the exposure triangle – aperture – and how it works to create your photo.

Photographic Exposure 101

When you think of the craft or art of photography, you must immediately think of exposure. Exposure is a critical element that determines what is actually recorded on film or the image sensor. There are three adjustable elements that control the exposure – ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. .

Making Effective Panoramas

Panoramas are wide-format photography that capture images that feature elongated fields of view. Typically, specialized software or equipment is used to produce this aesthetic effect

 

High Dynamic Range Photos

High-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) is a high dynamic range (HDR) technique used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than is possible with standard digital imaging or photographic techniques.

Contact US

MNS Headquarters
JKR 641, Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan, 50480 Kuala Lumpur

Phones

Tel: 03-22879422

Fax: 03-22878773