Ameirfikri | Malaysia Wedding Photographer
Ameirfikri, a Malaysia wedding photographer, has acquired a wealth of experience in the field of wedding photography both within the country and beyond. With his refined skills and global exposure, entrusting him with your special day will truly be a wise and elegant decision. He shoots in all honesty and his style leans toward the documentary. He would rather let things happen naturally to capture them as real and emotional in time that show emotion and human connection. In this way, he tries to photograph every detail and every moment with his own perspective that brings a significant memory to each one.
He said, generally weddings are not only about the bride and the groom but other attendees as well. Capturing them without direction and unposed will brings genuine feelings and emotions into the images. Attention to people, details and context enable him to create a unique collection of images to complete story of human interactions and all of the characters present at the wedding. He lets the image tell a story to his audience, sometimes as a stand-alone photograph and sometimes as a series of images within the context of the whole wedding day.
He developed a passion for photography while traveling in Malaysia and appreciating the beauty of capturing memories of people he encountered. His journey as a wedding photographer become apparent as he fall in love with the concept of the coming together of two individuals that is passionate, loving, and desire to be forever as one. He conceptualize his ideas through his eyes, and how the environment takes him towards. His capability to capture these inexperienced concerns is definite and has existed recognised all at once of the 30 Rising Stars Wedding Photography 2019 for one New York Rangefinder Magazine.
Being the only Malaysian photographer to receive such an award in 2019 is a significant achievement. He has not only made a name for himself in the world of wedding photography but also represented his country in the international photography community. Being from Malaysia, the photographer says that being raised in a community of different races helps set himself apart from other photographers by embracing diverse cultural heritages in his images. And using his trusty 35mm also helps, he says, as he loves the wider angle, mood and perspective it incorporates.