Tarek is an Egyptian and Joanne is Singaporean.
They reside in Vietnam now..
And it has to be one of the most happening wedding that
I have done..
The family and friends from Egypt are so much fun, and
Joanne is such a fun bride..
It was also my first time shooting at sentosa's Amara
Sanctuary.. beautiful place with very nice natural light
for the outdoor solemnization..
More pictures to follow later..
a great couple..
and its so easy to shoot them..
both steven and nancy are such jovial people..
and i enjoyed myself alot from the shoot ..
here is a picture I quite liked..
added some texture to give it a differnt feel.
got a sepia toned pic also.. cant decided which one i prefer..
wat do u guys think ?
This angle of Taj Mahal has probably been shot a thousand and one times..
But its also a must have, i guess..
So decided to use my IR camera to take the shot.. . well... hoepfully bringing it a new fresh look..
first time using my IR camera in Kashmir..
quite liked the feel of it..
will process more if i got the time..
shot this with the horizon perfect..
quite like the serenity of the pic..
but have to see this pic in full size to appreciate it..
maybe I will print big for my studio..
i liked this..
despite not being able to see her mouth..
you can still see the
coy smile from her eyes....
the view while driving up to yusmarg..
dun you just love it ?
took this shot while on the horseback at Yusmarg
definitely not easy shooting from a horse.. yucks..
got to keep my balance, get the composition n exposure (which keeps
the guys in front are the rest of the people on horseback..
yeah.. i m lagging behind grabbing shots.. hee
made a trip to kashmir as well..
dubbed as the little switzerland and paradise on earth..
it really lived up to its name..
a very nice place.. and I would love to make a trip there in autumn..
well.. autumn of 2_ _ _ .............. hee.....
a view from the house boat that I stayed in..
facing the himalayas.....
a few views of Taj Mahal from my recent trip
more pics to come.. if I got time to work on them...
actually i quite like this......in fact i liked quite a few of these similar shots..
we were waiting for the moonlit taj.. (which never quite materialise) so was trying to shoot a bit differetnly while enduring the swarms of mosquitoes around us..
used slow shutter(no tripod) to grab a series of shots.. which resulted in the movement blur.. and i liked how the 2 people by the corner looking out at Taj
basically.. i liked the whole feel of it.. hopefully others share the same sentiments..
a prewed shot that I shot recently..
a wonderful couple who helped made my job so much easier..