Let me introduce you this lovely couple, Edmund a.k.a Soh Wai, his lovely wife Yin Lai and their baby boy Zhi Hin (they are expecting to meet him in person this coming Dec. ;))
Edmund is my long time buddy, he’s my schoolmate in secondary school. I’m feel very grateful to be part of this simple maternity photo-shoot for my buddy. This is my first attempt on maternity photo-shoot, I’m stress to the max but I hope everything turn out ok and wish they like it.
Today, Dec 2 2013, is their 1st wedding anniversary. Time flies! I still remember exactly that very moment when I attend their wedding ceremony and wedding receptions one year ago at our beloved hometown, Kampar. I’m wishing you both have a great life together ahead, and I believe there will be even more laughter and happiness once Zhi Hin is here. Love u all!
The photo-shoot took place at the same day, and we go outdoor at some park for some fresh air, and indoor for some tummy shots.
She’s so beautiful. This pregnant mama glow!
“Dear Zhi Hin, Eva jie jie can’t wait to meet you too. “
It’s a beautiful Sunday morning. It’s a spontaneous photo shoot. It’s my family photo shoot!
It’s been a long while since the thought of capturing family portraits together at a park in my mind, but y’know things happened, dad not around anymore and everyone else getting busy with their own life. Sis gave birth to her first child – Lok Lok early this year added tremendous joy in everybody’s life in the family. Lok Lok is almost at his 8 months during the photo shoot. This little potato grows up very fast!
In conjunction of the mid-autumn festival few days back, mom plan a trip to PJ, while brother is back as well. So, I think it’s really a good timing to head to the park and get few clicks done for a simple family photo shoot!
(Well, true story…)
In love with this scene and it’s feels really autumn to me. Enjoy my own sweet time posing with my ukelele. Hehe.
The whole set captured by Alex – my lazy photographer and I’m really grateful that he’s here to capture my family portraits. Thank you, you are awesome!
It’s been a long while since the last time we had a “proper” family photo, and we wish dad is here too. We miss you, dad.
All pictures taken by Canon 5D MarkIII with an awesome 35mm f1.4 lens by Alexander Gan.
After so many obstacles searching high and low for the tools and leather, I can finally start my leather project! It’s been a long while since the time I attend the leather workshop to make my own leather purse, so I need some time to refresh the steps and things like that. Therefore I decided to make one simple passport holder as a start!
Though it’s not perfectly done yet (without dyeing the edge) and with some flaws here and there but it’s still ok to use now!
By using genuine cow leather, here’s some details of the holder.
There are some partitions in the holder to hold up a passport, some cards and cash.
Or you can put your phone in it as well. Perfect for travelling to store up all the important stuff at once! And for my next upcoming project, I’m gonna make a men’s wallet. Teeheeeheee!
First and foremost, I would like to congratulate the lovely beh tahan couple for tying the knot two weeks ago (finally!!!) Mee Mee (Agnes) is my best friend from university, where she’s actually my room-mates on our year 1 in uni. Then, we have go thru a lot of ups and downs in school, in work and in life but I’m glad that we are still really really close by now. Witnessing her journey getting together with Deric did warm my heart a little. Seeing them being together really sweet and happy, I’m so glad for them. Anyways, cheers to the most “beh-tahan” couple I’ve ever met, wish you both happiness and “white head till old”.
This set taken in April13′ at Kellie’s Castle. It is a very hot-soak-in-sun-day, but luckily it wasn’t too occupied that day. We are free to roam around and take pictures without the crowd. It’s been my 6th or 7th visit to the castle and indeed it is a great place for some shoot.
Taking picture for someone I know makes me feels extra grateful, coz they are trusting me (and my cameras) to be able to deliver something that is memorable in their life. So…Deric and Meemee, I hope you really like the pictures-lah!
Pictures taken by Canon 5D MarkIII.
I’ve few more sets of the couple, taken at Ipoh and Kota Kubu Bharu, so stay tune this space!