GS & ZI's Wedding

(Wedding Photo Malaysia)
Absolutely beautiful wedding! The decor, flowers, the details, the ball room, the people and the lovely couple!  I always remind my wedding couples... I can try to make the best of the environment and lighting, however the most important part of the picture is you as I cannot control your emotions.  You can see that the couple are truly relaxed and enjoying their celebrations of their wedding day.  What a joy to photograph as every shoot came out as a winner!

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Eric & Ivy's Wedding Dinner

Finally got round to processing all the photos for Eric & Ivy's wedding, the Dynasty Dragon at the IOI Mall in Puchong has a really nice ball room with large floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Puchong Highway. Real elegant dinner and all the guest (especially the ladies) were all really well dressed!
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Eric & Ivy's Wedding

This was a marathon wedding from KL to Bentong & back! Planned to perfection and despite the tight and busy schedule the day proceeded seamlessly without a hitch like a roll-out for a complexed IT system. We had schedules, programmes, roles, checkpoints, checklist, logistics and not a detail out of place! It was a very hectic day for me as I covered the events for the day solo. Incidently I carry a pedometer on me on for the day I had logged over 13,000 steps! So for anybody out there who wants to lose weight, forget the gym and take up wedding photography instead!

The Chi Moi really made the Heng Tai's really work hard! It was like "Mission Impossible"
 Getting the card to stick in the water melon was no easy task
 A touching moment for all, except the baby who was oblivious to being the centre of attention!

The restaurant had beautifully rich backgrounds for lovely portraits
 Megastar celebrity grand entrance
Even the food being presented was given the 5-star treatment
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Kim Chuen & Wan Yie's Wedding

(Wedding Photo Malaysia)
Really need to catch up on blogging my wedding photo updates, Its been a really "Ong" time for Chinese & Indian weddings after the lull during the 7th lunar month and I've been busy every weekend.  Last weekend we covered a really lovely couple at the Equatorial in Bangi, Although it was a modest wedding but the atmosphere was just so warm and cozy! A lovely duo guitar & singing band was belting up Colbie Calliat's love ballads throughout the evening, the couple were unpretentious and very charming and they were blessed with many close and caring friends who all led the prelude to the grand entrance by make a twirl and curtsy which they rehearsed minutes before the actual even.  After covering wedding photography back to back for the past 2 months, I've come to appreciate that weddings need not be elaborate, however if it is done from the heart with love & truth, then everything that come from it would have beauty which moves us from within, then it's just magic!

Wedidng Portrait taken with my 80-200mm wide open looking down a long corridor with a lit picture frame in the far end of the corridor..

This wasn't directed by me, the troop waiting to make their grand entrance saw my camera decided to pose impromptu. these moments are the best!

A great band can really set the tone for a good wedding.

Sometimes when we shoot portraits from a distance the camera is not too imposing and we get very natural, relax portraits. It also helps to have a 2nd photographer with a good eye to point out the moment!