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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.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

SIC Christmas Eve 2012

I am glad to here at St Ignatius Church to give a helping hand and a plus as it's my passion to shoot. But on the other hand I am sad as I not with my old parents and family back home in Sarawak. Actual I have replaced my Christmas holiday with a normal holiday back in October 2012. So i can not afford any more long annual leave.
In the beginning, I thought Agnes and I will be outstation maybe Tanjung Sepat Gold Beach. But my heart keep on telling me something else...Christmas at SIC.

Well, here I am. Late on 23rd December, my Church Website Editor ask me if I am available for the photo session on midnight or Christmas Eve mass. He knows my answer will be 'Ok'. Later on the 24th, he added with "Is it ok if you go solo?" That is not so good as I am planning to test my camera D7000 with ISO at 1000. Normally I am shooting at ISO 800 and the images look good but can be better. If two shooter, I am safe but solo I am asking for trouble.
What do you think I will do?
I am an adventure guy and I like challenge. I continue with my plan as I believe that Jesus will help me. Furthermore this is His Birthday. Well, Birthday Boy, here we go.

Wish you "MERRY CHRISTMAS". May the Spirit of Christ filled your heart and your life with joy, peace and loads of LOVE.

ALL images taken with Nikon D7000 and lens Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC with Flash SB910.

 This time, the Church gives me a name tag.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Seng Ping and Samantha at Thean Hou Temple

One of the reason why Seng Ping and Samantha had chosen Thean Hou Temple for their Registration Of Marriage was for the beauty of the scenery surround the temple. I also do not want these scenery to be left untouched but to be embedded in their memory.

I have a perfect models for the photo shot and the weather was great but abit too hot as the sun had raised high up in the sky. Almost mid-day. Well, we were late as these session should be done before the ceremony. We have to take what is available and use it to our good.

These were the shots that I have taken at Thean Hou Temple with the newly marriage Mr and Mrs Ngieng Seng Ping as the main characters.

All images taken with Nikon D7000 and lens Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 and AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G.


Let's go for a walk with Ngieng Seng Ping and Samantha.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Seng Ping and Samantha: Marriage Registration

A bright morning sky welcome, the couple Ngieng Seng Ping and Samantha Low as they headed for Thean Hou Temple in Kual Lumpur from Bukit Jalil.

As for Agnes and I, we were stuck in the morning rush at the Federal Highway. I have planned every shot that I want to take during this event but the worrying of being late, dimished my eagernest and memory. Still I will shot but abit rush.

We made a wrong turn along the way but we managed to arrive at the Temple registration Office just in time. Seng Ping, Samantha and her sister as the witness were already outside the office.

When the Red packet changed hands in my early blog entry Seng-Ping-Samantha-Pre-Marriage, the next step in the journey of Seng Ping and Samantha for being a FAMILY will be Registration of Marriage.

Lets go into the scene of the event.

All images taken with Nikon D7000 and lens AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G and Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC.
 
 The journey started with I AM and ended with WE ARE. Single to couple and family.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Rest by walking in KL Street

It's been a hectic month which started with the DKSH Annual Dinner, three Church Event during the weekend and ended with last week of brother-inlaw marriage. It's been a great time for photography or any practice that you want to do in photography as the there were lots of opportunity for that. Beside that is also the best time to bring out your best technique to capture your masterpiece.

During those photography sessions, I enjoy every moment of it. As long as my camera clicking, I am full of energy and strength but when it stop, I am so tired and exhausted. Yet I want to shoot again the next day.

Now I want take a rest and the best way to do so for me is to walk the street and capture more images. When I was a martial artist fighter, the best way for me to rest is to learn the finer points of fighting and not to get hit with the same blow in the next tournament.

All images were taken with Nikon D7000 and lens Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC. (Lazy to run around as my legs are still pain due to over used over the weekend.)

 Evening Ride in the City