Recently, I have been commissioned to do a family portrait of 4 families in addition to the Grandparents. The group of 18 were staying at the Hard Rock Hotel at the Resort World Sentosa Resort in Singapore. What was really amazing was that the duty manager at the hotel allowed us to use the stage where the band normally performs. So I mounted two flashes with light modifiers and did my photography. In Post Production, I applied my usual touches in what I would do for a Fine Art piece and this was what I produced. ENJOY!!!!
I had the distinct privilege to work with a Client on some Jewellery Images. These images would be used towards publishing articles focusing on family heirlooms. I felt a great sense of honour and privilege to be able to do this assignment because the designs were done by a very close relative of the client who has passed on. If anyone is interested to know more about the technicalities in how the images were produced, what kind of equipment was used, or how the images were lighted as well as more about family heirloom and the articles that are written about it, you’re more than welcome to email me to inquire. In the meantime, ENJOY!!!
Coach In A Box is a international consulting firm with a presence in the Asia Pacific to provide coaching services to improve personal and staff performance for their respective organizations. I had the distinct privilege of being referred to by a good friend of mine to render photography service for a onsite Portrait Studio assignment. The venue for the Portrait Studio Session was held at the Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore . These are the images that each coach had selected for their profile portrait. Enjoy!!!
Last weekend, ClubSnap organized a food photography outing at the Cathay Restaurant. Now y’all know how much I love food and photographing it. You can see my progression from Le Bernardin, The Eiffel Restaurant in Vegas are among some of my earlier attempts, but never have I really delved into photographing the subject. Now I am regretting that I should have made time for the food class as I was allowed to audit it. DARN IT!!! Well, these are my shots from my first attempt and so far from reviews from my peers they seem to be hungry and wish that they could just delve into the screen and eat it. Remember the scene from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Anyway, I shot it with my view camera with my DSLR attached to the back. I’m glad that I did this because I realized that I should have used some things and also should have used certain settings that would have made my images so much better.
Back in 2012, I auditioned and got selected to compete in the 2012 season of The Big Shot. The Big Shot is a photography competition that comprises of 8 photographers vying for a cash prize of $20,000 and the title of The Big Shot. In this season, the 8 of us were flown to Yogjarkata, Indonesia to take part in the challenges. A group of judges would pick the winner that has the best image of the challenge. The one with the best image would be the winner of the season. Well, I was not selected to compete in the finals in the competition but did make it to the final 2 which is challenge 7. These are the images that I captured and selected for each of the challenges.
I have known Melvyn Chow for a number of years as I was growing up in my church. And sometime late last year, during church breakfast I casually commented that David Chow is a really happy boy and most probably the happiest baby boy that I have met. Then, I casually took my camera out to take a few shots. On seeing those images, Dorothea casually asked me whether I do family portraits and of course I love doing that. And so the story continued from there. These are the images that I shot of them for the most part of the day. If you interested to find out more about me and what I do, don’t hesitate to contact me as my contact information is on the top of this page. Enjoy!!!