It was another photography session on the wedding day for me. A typical Chinese wedding ceremony which normally held in the morning, following by dinner at night. I didn’t attend the night dinner because I was merely a guest newbie photographer among friend of friend. So you guess. LOL.
Michelle & Tee Wedding Day
Wishing you a Happy Wedding … Happiness always, Merrier ever after
I wasn’t put into high hope when I come into the picture. I was a completely stranger which nobody care to ask who am I and which side I was standing on. I braved myself as a guest and just walk around anonymously but not awkwardly.
Of course my whole intention was to capture the best moment and polish my skills in this area to become a quality wedding photographer, but I don’t see myself in this expertise due to lack of exposure.
Sekinchan is well known for paddy field. It has attracted many passionate blogger and photographers towards this destination. The idea of getting to this place was actually from new enthusiastic photographer, TKT. He asked us for photo shooting session since we last had it in somewhere last year, perhaps with him only. LOL. I remember my last photo shooting was a group of DSLR kaki at Tg Sepat. He didn’t join us.
Sekinchan, The Paddy Field
28 May 2010
The scenic can be interpreted into strong feeling whereby many wedding shot also take into this place. Frankly say, if the weather is very good, it could be a stun effect for photography.
My first visit to Sekinchan had brought me to learn a level in photography. So, 4 of us in one car, drove up to Sekinchan as early as 5am sharp. Even though not much traffic blocking us in front, we took around less than 2 hours to reach there, with our first stop in front of Tian Hook Temple. We managed to catch the sunrise over the paddy field.
Putrajaya is a planned city, located south of Kuala Lumpur, that serves as the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. Putrajaya was the brainchild of former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad who was in power then. In 2001, Putrajaya was made a Federal Territory, increasing the number of federal territories to three. Kuala Lumpur and Labuan are the other two administrative capital of Malaysia (Wikipedia, 2010).
Putrajaya, Malaysia’s federal administrative capital
One does imagine why Putrajaya was chosen among professional photographer to capture the absolute scenic city. They can build a portfolio on photos taken and compile into series of collections.
I’m one of those who venture into city landscape and building photography for first time.
My visit to Putrajaya was just purely coincidence with the event running in the main administrative city. Four of us made a simple walk around the capital city around late evening. Basically not much story telling here.
I believe most of us are not aware of such beautiful hidden garden located at strategic hidden popular shopping complex, 1 Utama. The mall management wanted to make something new to patrons, so they created a greenery area at rooftop, apart from a forest in the mall at new wing.
The Secret Garden, 1Utama
Hidden forest … in the city
FYI, this secret garden only opened during the weekend, allowing guest to walk-in free of charge, located at 6th floor. One can get sun burnt while shopping at 1U. Weird huh? Hehe.
Registration is needed at the entrance even though it’s free. By walking into the park, one can forget in the fact we were at the roof top of the building.
A special wedding ceremony that I ever attended. So coincidentally, I attended most of their event from ROM till their wedding day & dinner (except bachelor night).
John & Chui Teng Wedding Day
Wishing you a Happy Wedding … Happiness always & Merrier ever after
It was a remarkable morning, an expected special guest for their ceremony. Again, I was at the ‘sister’ side and volunteer photographer in the making. Haha. I was come back from Melaka in the wee morning hour and reached KL at 8am.