Ali Malik Photography

A showcase of the best Photography from the Placerville, Cameron Park, Folsom and El Dorado Hills Photographer.

There are over 6000 photographers in the "Placerville Photographer" directory. Many of them are awful. Photos from weddings, events, professional and high school seniors portraits by Ali Malik Photography. Examples of photography services from a local photographer in Placerville, Cameron Park, Folsom and El Dorado Hills, California.

Wedding & Family Portraits Photographer

Experienced professional weddings and family portraits photographer in Placerville, California with a keen eye and desire for capturing your best moments. Weddings, Engagements and events photography with enthusiasm and expertise to handle any situation around Placerville California. Family portraits are not just for those family holiday cards for grand parents and relatives love seeing your pregnancy, new born kids and sports action photographs by Ali Malik photography. Placerville, Cameron Park, El-Dorado Hills, Folsom area photographer.

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Reviews/ Testimonials

“Ali is Amazing! Unique, creative, modern style photography in Placerville for your birthday, corporate event, wedding or your high school senior portraits. Ali’s recent Photography work around El Dorado county from landscapes to nightlife photography. Unique, creative, modern style photography captures the essence, whether it is wedding, birthday, corporate event or your high school senior portraits. you immediately notice that somehow you feel uplifted and drawn into photography. I would highly recommend Ali Malik Photography.”

— Jimmy Pasto

Local High School
Seniors Portraits Photographer

El Dorado Hills, Folsom, Cameron Park and Placerville, CA

At this point I can no longer avoid giving a first, provisional statement of my own hypothesis concerning the origin of the “bad conscience”: it may sound rather strange and needs to be pondered, lived with, and slept on for a long time. I regard the bad conscience as the serious illness that man was bound to contract under the stress of the most fundamental change he ever experienced—that change which occurred when he found himself finally enclosed within the walls of society and of peace. The situation that faced sea animals when they were compelled to become land animals or perish was the same as that which faced these semi-animals, well adapted to the wilderness, to war, to prowling, to adventure: suddenly all their instincts were disvalued and “suspended.” From now on they had to walk on their feet and “bear themselves” whereas hitherto they had been borne by the water: a dreadful heaviness lay upon them. They felt unable to cope with the simplest undertakings; in this new world they no longer possessed their former guides, their regulating, unconscious and infallible drives: they were reduced to thinking, inferring, reckoning, coordinating cause and effect, these unfortunate creatures; they were reduced to their “consciousness,” their weakest and most fallible organ! I believe there has never been such a feeling of misery on earth, such a leaden discomfort and at the same time the old instincts had not suddenly ceased to make their usual demands. Only it was hardly or rarely possible to humor them: as a rule they had to seek new and, as it were, subterranean gratifications.

Edward Tufte

Ali does awesome Photography work! my family loved all the pictures he took!

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Photographer for Folsom, California Ali Malik Photography

Among the numerous cities in El Dorado County Ali Malik Photography provides services in Folsom, California west of El Dorado Hills. among the faults of those who pass their lives recklessly and without due reflexion, my good friend Liberalis, I should say that there is hardly any one so hurtful to society as this, that we neither know how to bestow or how to receive a benefit. It follows from this that benefits are badly invested, and become bad debts: in these cases it is too late to complain of their not being returned, for they were thrown away when we bestowed them. Nor need we wonder that while the greatest vices are common, none is more common than ingratitude: for this I see is brought about by various causes. The first of these is, that we do not choose worthy persons upon whom to bestow our bounty, but although when we are about to lend money we first make a careful enquiry into the means and habits of life of our debtor, and avoid sowing seed in a worn-out or unfruitful soil, yet without any discrimination we scatter our benefits at random rather than bestow them. It is hard to say whether it is more dishonorable for the receiver to disown a benefit, or for the giver to demand a return of it: for a benefit is a loan, the repayment of which depends merely upon the good feeling of the debtor. To misuse a benefit like a spendthrift is most shameful, because we do not need our wealth but only our intention to set us free from the obligation of it; for a benefit is repaid by being acknowledged. Yet while they are to blame who do not even show so much gratitude as to acknowledge their debt, we ourselves are to blame no less. We find many men ungrateful, yet we make more men so, because at one time we harshly and reproachfully demand some return for our bounty, at another we are fickle and regret what we have given, at another we are peevish and apt to find fault with trifles. By acting thus we destroy all sense of gratitude, not only after we have given anything, but while we are in the act of giving it. Who has ever thought it enough to be asked for anything in an off-hand manner, or to be asked only once? Who, when he suspected that he was going to be asked for any thing, has not frowned, turned away his face, pretended to be busy, or purposely talked without ceasing, in order not to give his suitor a chance of preferring his request, and avoided by various tricks having to help his friend in his pressing need? and when driven into a corner, has not either put the matter off, that is, given a cowardly refusal, or promised his help ungraciously, with a wry face, and with unkind words, of which he seemed to grudge the utterance.

  • Unity
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SOURCE: Stowe Boyd, How the Postnormal Era Will Change Everything

High School Senior

Photographer in Placerville

Directed by Ali Malik. With Ali Malik, Coldwell, High School Senior Photographer in Placerville. Placerville Photographer, Graphic Designer and Web Developer. A little teaser of the Fashion Style Senior Portraits in beautiful El Dorado County, Placerville, Cameron Park, Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Sacramento County areas. On-location fashion style for High School Senior photographer in Placerville area.

On

the Origin of Photography

By means of natural beauty

By Ali Malik Photography,

Senior Portrait photographer, Fellow of the Royal, Geological, Linnæan, ETC., Societies;
Author of ‘Journal of Researches During H.M.S. Beagle’s Voyage Round the World.’

The right of reproduction is reserved.

Albert Camus


Simple Ceremony was Held for French Nobel Prize


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