Well, its been a while I didn’t posted any updates on my blog. For those who have been clicking on these few days for news. I need to be sorry because I am busy with editing after the pre-wedding works I did for a client. Plus, my other wedding day client is waiting for their photos. I will be up doing a lot of works this week so hold on. You will see the photos soon.
You can actually see my recent wedding photography works for my clients in FB because they wish to see some of the teasers uploaded and shared with their close friends and relatives. Of course you will not get to see all their photos, but as a consideration and generosity to their friends, relatives and families, I am openly sharing some selected photos for everyone. If you want to see the my latest teasers on them, you can view it at Melissa & L-vis Pre-wedding and engagement photo. Well, for this post, I am only posting three of it. have a peek at it.
(a shot we did in Kundasang-Mesilau-Ranau, Sabah. L-vis is a good guitarist. He plays mostly Jazzy tunes and I love it.)
(a country style shooting. Photography asisted by Kevin J Lundoh, pre-wedding shooting done at Kundasang-Mesilau-Ranau, Sabah)
(I love it when the bride laugh naturaly. Did some tricks to get them to laugh. Pre-wedding photos are always sweet with the brides and grooms laughing togather)
( This is the one of the last shot taken with time limit in mind. We were really catching up with the sunset that only left us with 30 minutes to quickly think and react. This shot was inspired by Louis Pang when he did his winning image with the sunset and remote flash in place.)
(this Wedding Photo of Melissa and L-vis with the sun setting as the background gives some romantic feel in mind. I am happy that both of them enjoyed the shot.)(I wanted to have the bride photographed with the bamboo as the background, but it doesn’t seem suitable for this shot. So I shifted ideas and used the veil instead. It turns out that the option was not really a bad decision at all.)
(Posing with Mount Kinabalu at the background, however the clouds were mean to us and clouded the view. I forced myself to think of something more creative and thought that the clouds would act as a nice background as well. The sun was shining just nice above them. I quickly requested Kevin to hold up the reflector and guided both of them to do this pose. Inspired by Jerry Ghionis, worlds Top 5 ranked Modern-revolutionary Australian wedding photographer)