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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.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Chinese New Year 2013-Friend Gathering

As our usual annual Chinese New Year Gathering, yesterday we were having Chinese New Year 2013's friends gathering at a Restaurant in Sungei Way.

These are the unedited but resize images taken with Nikon D7000, lens Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC and Nikon Speedlight 910.

Camera setting: Manual exposure, f/5.6, 1/250s, ISO400 and some photos with -0.3EV, WB=Auto
Flash: TTL-FP, Bounce to ceiling, 0.0EV

Why unedited photos?
Unedited photos shows how sensitive you are with the environment based on your knowledge of the camera function and photography. Furthermore it save time.

Yusheng is a must for every Chinese New Year gathering Meal.
Loh Sang...

Friday, February 8, 2013

Dalat as I see it

Dalat is one of the town that we passed as we drive home from Sibu which is also my hometown. Dalat is the town that most of the villages used to visit when they need any food supplies or medical treatment.

Armed with my buddy Nikon D7000 matched with Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC, I roamed the street and along it's beautiful Oya River.

This Dalat as I see it either during the day or night.

Let's start with something close to the Melanau as I am a Melanau by race.
The symbol of Dalat is Jerunei or Kelidieng as it is called in Melanau language. This symbol also shows that Dalat is a Melanau town where Melanaus are the majority beside Iban and the Chinese.

 It's raining when I captured this images and I hope my camera can cope with a bit of water drops. Yet I am hoping to get something weather sealed camera like Olympus OMD-EM5 one day.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Priestly Ordination at St John Cathedral

I am privilege to attend a Priestly Ordination at St John Cathedral, Bukit Nenas in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, January 24th, 2013. 

The theme for the Priestly Ordination was “All things to all men. 1 Cor 9:22”.

The four Deacons that were ordained on that special occasion were Deacon Augustine Lee, Deacon Gregory Chan, Deacon Chin Sin Wee and Deacon Peter Anthoney.