Thursday, July 28, 2011

Déjà vu

Déjà vu, 2011
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Fragmented Memories

Fragmented Memories, 2011
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Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog



I've heard about Daido Moriyama some years ago when I first got interested in street photography but have never really seen or study his work until recently. Having seen and studied many famous street photographers past and present, you'll gravitate toward some and feel unattached toward the rest. Daido as he is more commonly called in English belongs to the former. His raw, gritty, blurry and some what dysfunctional photographs resonate to the deeper part of my being. Many people may not find his photographs beautiful and some may even find some of them disturbing but yet many have found them inspirational and insightful at the same time. His photographs are not just contrasty in terms of tonality but more so in their content and the feeling they invoke. Here's an interview with the artist done by Theme Magazine.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Wee Leng + Yen Ling AD Wedding Moments


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Last Saturday I had the privilege to capture the moments for Wee Leng and Yen Ling's wedding ceremony at the beautiful Zion Lutheran Church. Though there were some minor hiccups and delays but the wedding ceremony turned out to be a splendid one. Congratulations to Wee Leng and Yen Ling. Above are some of the moments for the day. To view more photos, follow this link

Monday, July 11, 2011

Fishermen want a clean Sg Sedili Kechil


Desperate … Wahab standing by a polluted river branch in the Sedili Kecil wetlands. (CC Lee)
Fishermen in the Sedili Kecil river basin in Kota Tinggi, Johor, want the authorities to maintain the cleanliness of the river so that they can continue to earn a secure living from it. Continue reading. 

Having fun... Even though the sun was scorching hot, journalist Yam Phui Yee was still smiling with excitement as Wahab took us in his boat to witness the extend of the pollution along the river. (CC Lee)

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Oon-Ee + Shu Yi


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Above are some highlights from last weekend's wedding of Oon-Ee and Shu Yi. To view more photos, click here.