Monday, June 27, 2011

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Leica & Magnum: Past Present Future


Leica & Magnum: Past Present Future from leica camera on Vimeo.

Kuan Beng + Pooi Yen AD Selection


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Above are some of the photos selected from the recent wedding of Kuan Beng and Pooi Yen in Penang and Ipoh. To view more photos, click here.

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Daryl + Adeline

Last Saturday I had the luxury of not being the official photographer for a wedding. I was just a guest like everyone else. It was a good break. Thanks Daryl and Adeline for the invitation. Just me, my wife and my Nikon FM loaded with two rolls of film. I didn't even bring extra. If I finish I finish. No need to fret about it. Just chill, eat the food, observe all the beautiful people around and catch up with friends. Here are some fun images I made. As you can see the church ceremony photos were made from my seat. Had a good chat with a photographer friend yesterday and we both concluded that sometimes we don't need to always take photography so seriously. If you'll like to view more photos, please follow this link.

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Lomo Wedding March In

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Sunday, June 05, 2011

Two Sides of The Story

"Pro Photographer A:
When you shoot, don't think. Just shoot with your heart, not your brain.

Pro Photographer B:
When you shoot. Pause & think. Take it slow. Think of the meaning you want to bring out from the image you are about to capture. Carefully framing it & composing it. Take time to visualize the final result before you click the shutter."



A photographer friend wrote an interesting article concerning opinionated photographers. Well, you may or may not agree with him but I must say, there're some truth in what he's saying. Click here to read the rest of the article.