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Morning walk with Samsung Galaxy Note8

October 23rd, 2017
International Award Winning Photographer
International Award Winning Photographer

Got hold of the Samsung Galaxy Note8 (to replace my good old Note3)for slightly over a month now. Due to job load, didn't really have the chance to seriously try out the camera. So far only used it for some casual shots and selfie, of course :D. However, this morning I decided to bring my phone along for morning walk, which I normally don't, to try out the camera capability of the Note8. I've set it to Pro mode, which allows me to manually control the settings and save the photos in RAW format so I can further enhanced it later on. Needless to say, I am amazed by the outcome of the photos from this camera phone. It is almost as good as an entry level DSLR. Simply AMAZING!!!

Happy Deepavali!

October 18th, 2017
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

May the beauty of Deepavali fill your home with happiness, and may the coming year provide you with everything that brings you joy!

Wonder of Nature

February 17th, 2017
International Award Wining Photographer
International Award Winning Photographer

Every year, our house will have the privilege to witness the first sight of spring. Birds will flock around and singing sweetly around the house. Then, we'll see them gathering dried grass and twigs in the tree, building their love nest. ,Not long after, we'll be able to hear small chirpings around. Sweet mother nature music to the ears. However, there's an exceptional findings this year. Not like the other birds resting in their nest, this trio decided to warm themselves up near the air-cond compressor. They will be gone first sight of ray and only be back when the sun goes down. Upon knowing this, my children never failed to glimpse at them twice a day as they are not allowed to peek in the rest of the nest.
Now that I've observed the birds for some time, I noticed that they never shut their eyes! This made me wonder if they do sleep at all. The curiosity took it's toll and decided to capture this wonder of nature yesterday night.

The shot : 200mm, f/8, 20sec exposure (Nikon D4 with Nikon 70-200 F2.8 VRII)

Happy Mid Autumn Festival 2016

September 16th, 2016
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

During my childhood, lantern festival or mid-autumn festival was a very exciting celebration. We'll lit up beautiful paper lanterns or those colorful wire framed lanterns which comes in many different shapes, mostly goldfish, dragons, chicken etc. We even walked around the neighborhood with our lanterns in hand and friends joined in as we go. But the main attraction was the candles which lead to a mini bonfire :))) As the years passed, we have lesser chance for all these fun. Pressure from competitive education systems and most of all our deteriorating community security has very much discourage all these outdoor enjoyment. Oh well, since we can't dwindle the foresight of lost tradition, we still can enjoy the festival while we still can. No neighborhood walking but hanging lanterns round the garden. No bonfire but mini pits of candles :))) Most of all, a gathering with our most dear. Happy Mid Autumn Festival to all.

Wedding of Fung & Lynn

February 23rd, 2016
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

The day started beautifully with bright blue sky and chirping birds on trees. Without further delay, my camera went clicking non stop the moment I set foot into Lynn's house. Not long after, the place was filled with laughter, cheers and lots of merriment around. No doubt the merriment were from the groom's entourage and busy obeying to the bridesmaids' requests. After the morning section, quickly proceed to e.City Hotel for their ROM followed by dinner reception. The beautiful day ended with an equally beautiful night.

Link: Fung & Lynn's Wedding Gallery

Moonlight On Sandy Beach

November 16th, 2015
International Award Winning Photographer
International Award Winning Photographer

The beach was in total darkness and only has a few blinking red lights which emit a very narrow portion of visible light spectrum as not to distract and less intrusive to those nesting turtles. With only the slightest hint of light from the moon that night, two watchmen were patiently awaiting for female turtles to come on shore. In an expanse of clear sky and calm sea, we managed to capture the ever so serene moonlight on sandy beach.

Auxiliary Police

June 24th, 2015
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

One of the many events I did for See Hoy Chan Sdn. Bhd. "Official Launching Ceremony on the formation of Auxiliary Police"

Stories Behind The Veil

April 1st, 2015
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

The rules is that there are no rules in photography. It's the essence captured on seconds that counts. May it be captured from left, right, bottom or left, even behind a veil, as long as it conveys a story, that's a memorable photo.

Link: Jimmy & Davina's Wedding Gallery

Playing with my new toy

March 16th, 2015
International Award Winning Photographer
International Award Winning Photographer

Photo straight out from the camera's JPEG file. ISO performance, dynamic range and the colour produced by the Fujifilm X-T1 is very impressive. Never regret getting it as my walk around cam. hmmm.... should I get more lens for this baby?

My Retro Cam

March 4th, 2015
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer
International Award Winning Wedding Photographer

Was thinking to put the title "New found love" but worried my other camera will get jealous. It has been a while since I was looking for a retro look camera(mainly just for the look) and there are times I thought of getting the film camera Nikon FM2, but I think it will just be an white elephant sitting in the dry cabinet only. Then when Nikon Df launched in December 2013, I was so eager to get it but when I saw the real product, the look wasn't that appealing. Until last week, I saw Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver and quickly fall in love to it. The functions, speed, and image quality didn't let me down. I started again to browse for the accessories, lens, etc which I used to do when DSLR was a hype 9 years ago. It literally spiced me up getting me head over heels all over again. Another plus point to holding a retro look camera is that I look younger with it :>>:>> Another lame perception of mine :p