Pro-shooter Leong Wei Heng aka "sifu". Look at the way he hold the shotgun. Believe me that this is not an easy "gun" that you think it is; just imagine that this gun weighted at 8lb or 3.5kg (minus the bullet). The event that I am covering for that day is "Soon Cheng Sai Trophy 2011" happening at Kulim Shooting Club. This might be something new to everyone to think that shooting isn't legal in Malaysia. Actually, they are illegal to own a gun or even a piece of bullet (if the police found that in your house, you will be pretty deep shit). Unless with proper permits from the government, you can actually own them legally. Please do not misuse this to kill any innocent people like me :) Getting the permit is one of the hassle, the next is to get your cash dry to purchase one. A piece of information from my friend is that the most basic gun priced at RM 30,000. That will be the bad news. The good news is that Kulim Shooting Club actually provide the facility to loan their guns to anyone who interested to join with lifetime member fee of one thousand plus per person. By this, you will be able to shoot legally for life.

Water Dragon @ Shutter speed 1/100, f/4, ISO 800

Photography exotic creature such as the water dragon kept in a glass enclosure with only one light source can be achieve by this simple tips. You can set your camera to be as fast as possible. This can be achieve by setting your camera to use high ISO (say ISO 800 to 1600; higher ISO will result of grainy image) and larger aperture (say f/1.8). To make low light photography possible with longer exposure time, you should consider to use a tripod most of the time. Here is few sample shots of exotic pet in this post.