maybelline was a colleague of mine back in the bank days..
she left the bank earlier than I did..
it was nice that she decided to engage my servcies for her wedding..
And its great to be able to catch up with my ex-colleagues..
having the crazy schedule that i have these days.. its not easy to
be able to catch up with friends as often.. esp since I do have many diff group
of friends. haha..
anyway.. it was a nice wedding.. and here's wishing the couple marital bliss..
some of my favs here.. will update wif some other pics when I get home later..
this is an image that i really liked..
Paris.. one of my favorite cities...
I will be in Paris in May 17th till 24th.
Any couples who are keen to have a photoshoot in Paris
can contact me for a chat..
It can be a casual shoot, prewed, post wedding shoot, or even family portraits....
As I am already there, the package will be cheaper than normal
The details will be as follows..
1 Day shoot..
30 images in a 12” x 12” album,
all edited images will be returned in DvD,
all unedited images will be returned in low-resolution,
additional images will be charged at $80 each,
Do click on the Paris tag on the right side to view some pictures I took in Paris last year.
Labels: overseas shoot
when michelle contacted me for her ROM last year..
I was glad that she probed further about my availability..
Cos I was actually booked for half a day already..and
I coveniently told her I was not available anymore..
If she did not asked further about my schedule (hers was in the evening, while
I was booked in the day).. I would probebly not be shooting her ROM
And I was glad I did.
The couple stayed in one of those colonial housing in seletar camp..
and after the ROM.. they will be moving out soon..
It was a very nice and cosy ROM held in the house..
A bubbly couple, good friends and family..
And I hoped you guys have fond memories of the place thru the slideshow..
On a sidenote.. it was sad to see that seletar camp will no longer
be wat it was anymore.. as the place is due for developments..
In fact, as I am writing here.. the whole landsscape have changed already...
i know.. i have not been updating my blog..
cos my working schedule is really getting crazy and not humane.. haha..
not helped by the fact that I was having reservist the moment I came back from overseas...
so some of my replies, sms, emails, have been slow..
will be posting more pictures soon... quite alot that I actually liked..
but so mny things to do.. that I am too lazy to do any posting..
anohter picture shot with the mamiya 7II and the 43 mm lens..
i shot another of this with my 5DmkII..
and wat a world of difference it makes..prob we might not be able
to see the diff on screen.. but the printout is pretty obvious..
jus about A4 size and I saw the differnce..
The mamiya 7II is indeed a very good camera.. will be experimenting more
of it in time to come.. and i have to say I am very pleased with the outcome
the crispness of the printout.. and the details in the dark areas..
wow !!! can check it out at my studio when any of you drop by..
took these 2 pics with the mamiya 7II while in turkey..
these are taken with the ILford XP2 bnw film..
really not easy getting the compostion right
when shooting from above.. but i love these....
likewise.. all pictures are available for sale ..
all will be printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper, individually signed, numbered,
hope u guys out there share my sentiments..
those dots above the mosque are actually flocks of birds..
n when blown big.. we can see the details quite clearly..
limited copies (individually numbered and signed by me) of the pic will be available for sale as well..
contact me for details..
braved the cold winds on the boat to get this shot..
by the end of it.. my hands are feeling so cold...brr...