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Event and Street Photographer who leads by the Spirit of God and loves to capture the moment in life either in door or on the street.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Sunway Piramid: Shopping

I have good photography plan for last weekend but it seems not working at all. On Saturday, I planned to do my weekly Shutter Therapy in the Street of Kuala Lumpur. Beside I missed my street friends in Petaling Street and Jalan Masjid India. The next thing I know, my wife is not well.

But early on Sunday, something happen and she popped a question of going for shopping at Sunway Piramid. Wow! What a luck?!
Then my mind rolling fast and start enjoy the idea. You know why? It's shutter therapy time!!!

All images were taken with Nikon D7000 and AF-S Nikkor 50mm F/1.8G

It's a hot Sunday Morning

Dark Sky over Kuala Lumpur

In the beginning, I thought I will never do the shutter therapy until next year as the previous few weekend I am tied down with event or my wife has other plan of her own. As a personal body guard, I have to follow her.

Last Wednesday, she also had own plan but this time she allowed me to do my own thing until 7.00 pm. The first thing in my mind is to roam the KL street and shoot or do some shutter therapy.

What a precious time?! What a luck?!

On the way to Kuala Lumpur, on the West sky has a beautiful golden evening sun but on the East, dark sky. Is is raining? Some people said, that's a sign of rain coming.

With one believe in  my heart that God whom I worship and serve will hold back the rain until I am back in Petaling Jaya, I continue my journey to capture whatever attract me on street either human, animal or just building and cars. God is Good and He is always too good to me.

Here are some of the images that I captured from 5.45pm to 7.05pm
The time is more than 7.00pm because I am waiting for the train.

All images taken with Nikon D7000 with lens either AF-S Nikkor 50m f/1.8G or Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC


Image taken from Pasar Seni LRT station. Dark sky from the East.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Seng Ping & Samantha Pre-marriage: Exchange of Packet

Marriage is one of paramount important in human life and the pre-marriage preparation is also as important to ensure the smoothness of the planned marriage process.

Chinese in general has many pre-marriage custom based on their area of origin in China. The Foochow has their own custom whereas the Cantonese has their own and the same goes with the Hokkien and the rest.


Tuesday, November 13, 2012

A Walk in Singapore Chinatown

Agnes and Irene told me that I can do my own thing on the 3rd day in Singapore and I am really excited as I know exactly what I will do. I tell them that I am going for a walk and my destination will be Singapore Chinatown.

Come join me in my walk and you will see what I saw during the walk.

All images taken with Nikon D7000, AF-S Nikkor 50mm F/1.8G and Tamron SF 17-50mm F/2.8 VC

Shoes in the street




Monday, November 12, 2012

Is she a Bengal?

A stranger walked to my door on Sunday and this is her first encounter with me. Her face looked like a domestic but her fur looked like a Bengal. Based on my observation, she is an inhouse pet as she always want to enter the house. Beside she do not eat my ever ready cat food near my door.

She is friendly, active, alert and responsive to my call.

Who is she? Is she a Bengal?

I am in her eye. I think she likes me.

All images was taken with Nikon D7000 and lens Nikkor AF-S 50mm F/1.8G

SIC Parish Assembly 2012

Last Saturday, St Ignatius Church Petaling Jaya held the Church Parish Assemly 2012. As usual, I am there to capture the moment. In other word, I have to cancel my planned weekly shutter therapy in Kuala Lumpur Street. Well, let's consider this as one of those shutter therapy session, the main point is I am still shooting.
Normally I am not posting an official photography session either for the St Ignatius Church or DKSH (the company I am attached to.) but I think it's more complete if I also post those with their respective Editor or Communication Manager's approval. Furthermore it still a shutter therapy for me.

You may further read on this event at the official website of St Ignatius Church.

These are the images that I captured during the event at St Ignatius Church.

All images taken with Nikon D7000, Tamron SF 17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di II VC LD IF and Nikon Speedlight SB910.


 The Church Building: St Ignatius Church, Petaling Jaya.