this is a classic indian barber shop in kl, located between central market and petaling street. i love this pic because it's a tell tale signs of the old kl of which the historical buildings are trying to survive in the midst of modern development surrounding the area. it was a rundown building until it was given a bright yellow colour coat that makes it looks "happening" and interesting.
this barber shop has been there as long as i could remember and i believe it will be there for a long time as it responds positively to the changes of the surrounding. just look at the name, the design, the decoration, the contrasty bright colours are reflection of modernisation but the overall look it dinstinctively tells clients that this is an indian barber shop and you'll get the type of service and hairstyles of any other typical indian barber shops elsewhere.
the big red signage that constitutes the shop stands out in contrast with the yellow building as background. the shop might be placed in the middle but the windows above the shop gave the balance feel of the picture.
i'm not so sure how to categorise this pic whether architectural or street scene. maybe you can suggest.
shutter speed 1/250
exposure compensation -1
lens 18-200mm at focal length of 21mm
please koyak my pic to make it better. tq