Malaysian photographer tours in an ambulance he turned into a darkroom


Azril purchased a decommissioned ambulance and converted it into a mobile darkroom, which will double as his mode of transportation on his road trips while in search of new places, people and subjects to photograph. Photo: The Star/Yap Chee Hong

The moment Dr K. Azril Ismail laid eyes on the advertisement for a decommissioned ambulance, he knew he had to have it.

He was in the midst of building his darkroom studio and lab in Subang Jaya in Selangor, but having another one on wheels would take him places, literally and figuratively.

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