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This series of images encompasses street photographs of Kuala Lumpur when the city was about to enter the endemic phase, from early 2022 up to the first quarter of 2023.
They are images of the city’s daily life after several pandemic lockdowns. Images of people donning face masks would set this period apart for years to come. Often we will never appreciate the value of a moment until it becomes a memory. These images were mainly shot through glass and/or reflections as my interpretation in denoting a sense of distance and quiet desires to put this period of our times as a distant past rather than a lived reality.
Sinsee Ho is a self-taught photographer based in Kuala Lumpur. She is an active contributor to top stock media agencies with works licensed commercially.
When not photographing for stock, she enjoys street photography as she likes to be surprised by what she finds and how to interpret them. She believes it’s not so much one sees but how one sees that matters.
Her photo, Lockdown but Not Disconnected taken in February 2021 won her the Grand Prize in the 19th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest and 2nd prize for People/Lifestyle Category in the International Photography Awards (IPA) 2022.