Beautiful lady, beautiful backdrop. Breezy and chilly weather. Bike ride as the sun set . Enough said.Read More
Snaps of our trip around the island of Taiwan. Travelling through the city to the countryside with a beauty and a Leica.Read More
Quick Portrait of LouiseRead More
This cute baby could pose ! The initial plan was to shoot her sleeping peacefully before she wakes up and gets cranky for food (Its a baby thing). But to our surprise, she woke up, all happy and posey for the camera !Read More
Shot in conjunction with Kim's 29th Birthday Party, a short Promotional Video for Customates. Customates are event decors based in Penang, Malaysia. They design and hand-make everything to-order, from party gift bags to the venue decorations. If you have an event that you'd like to have a custom theme for, I highly recommend them.
Dad used to have an old film camera that he took pictures of the family and our travels. Growing up, I've always been mesmerised, seeing dad work the cameraRead More
My wife loves horses. Wait...that's an understatement. She LOVES horses. Ever since she was a young kid. She not only enjoys riding, but also has a lot of books on horses. Name of breeds, country of origin, biology, anatomy, behaviour, competitions, you name itRead More
I've lived in Penang for about 15 years (Originally a Sabah-boy) now and I've never really explored Balik Pulau. I've only gone for Laksa at a friend's stall in the area, and to bring my wife horse riding, and thats about it. It's quite a popular spot for wedding and engagement photography, the most popular spot being the paddy fields. I've only seen the fields from afar and in some pictures. So when photographer & friend Milan Teh suggested a photo walk there, and that he'll be the guide, I was in!
We went and I brought my wife along, secretly hoping to get her to stand-in-model...haha. It was a hot day, and when we arrived at the fields, there wasn't any paddy ! It was bare and tractors were mowing and plowing. Everything was brown instead of the green I was expecting. I was a bit disappointed, but it was still quite a sight. We started snapping anyhow. Any photographer will tell you, you don't need beautiful sceneries to capture beautiful pictures. Find the angles, compose, and tell a story...
A kid was passing by with his dad on a motorbike and they too, stopped to take a look at the tractors working. I saw an interesting frame and took it :
My imagination tells me it's like a story of a young power-ranger here to save nature. And in the end, he won as the tractor evaded the challenge...
No too far down, a quick walk out to the "dock", and as the sun was setting, casting a lovely warm glow on the wife...who was busy picking seashells.
This was sea-level. Ground floor. Next stop, higher ground. A restaurant with quite a view !
As the sun was setting, it was dinner time, and then good night :)