Well, it takes approximately a month to get this finally done! With a lot of hands on hands off, see mood, see feel and laziness crawling over my fat body. Anyways, it’s finally 90% done (without edge dyed and cutting the edge just yet) but it’s good to use now. 🙂
I took the product photo after the wallet been used up for one month plus, and the leather is turning to be a little softer and more ‘season’ kind of feel. I design the partitions on the wallet as the owner would like to keep all his card in place while remain not to be very bulky.
It’s my first time ever to make a men’s wallet and it’s took a lot of patience to measure, count and cut the leather nicely, while it takes some imagination on the sewing and sticking part. Overall it’s come out a bit “cacat” in some ways but I’m glad that I could actually make this by myself. 🙂
Would love to get the leather edge dyed ASAP as well as the alphabet stamping so it could add on a little personal taste on each product. 🙂 Now I can’t wait to overcome my laziness and make another new leather project! What should I do next leh? Hmm…. 😛
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! 😀
Few pictures of Wai Loon and Pei Pei’s couple shots, taken using my Lomography cameras. It’s on the same roll with my doubles (film swap projects) with Rene from Philippines. 🙂
Don’t forget to check out the digital version of Wai Loon and Pei Pei’s couple shot here! Enjoys!
It’s the new year’s day of 2012 where I kickstart my beautiful 2012 by participate in my primary-school-best-friend’s ROM at Thean Hou Temple. I’m super grateful to be able to witness the ceremony. Awesome couple who’s been together for 7-8 years and finally tied the knot. I’m so happy for them. Then, we head to Putra Trade Center to capture few couple shots on that beautiful day. 🙂 Enjoys.