Documentary photography is something I have always wanted to get into. I do not go on enough trips to really get great shots that really bring emotion to the viewer. Azli Jamil does an amazing job of this exact thing. Just by looking at these shots, you almost feel what the subjects in the image are feeling.
A little bit about Azli:
" Azli Jamil graduated from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa with a degree in Business Administration, majoring in Information Systems with a minor in Marketing. After 20 years of working in the corporate sector, including with some of the best organizations in Malaysia, in 2008, he resigned from his mid-level management with a multinational company job to travel and pursue his dream of becoming a professional photographer. He hopes to touch lives and make a difference while making a living at the same time.
Azli’s motto reflects his distinct photographic style, finding "beauty in simplicity" in his two favorite subjects, people and different aspects of human lives. He has finished writing a yet-to-be published 200 page photo book titles PHOTOGRAPHY PHILOSOPHY, where the seven photography tips and the photos complement each other in a way that would feast your eyes and feed your minds, make you take better photos, make you think, make you ask questions, to finally realize that "no man is an island"."
Feel free to check out his Flickr page.
via - theDphoto.com
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