Vintage Kharu

I have so many files to process that I almost do not know where to start. And I have files since March that I have not finished processing!

Well, I have to start somewhere as these files begged to be processed. For a start here is one of Kharunisia Jazmin taken during the Manuel […]

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Trapped

Another shot taken at the village that led us to Tonle Sap. This was taken on our return trip from the lake. We stopped by a village that makes hammock weaved from water hyacinth fibres. While negotiating how many we should purchase (to help the local 'economy' going) I got this boy to pose for […]

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Back to the ‘future’

Yes, I have come back to reality. This is because going to Siem Reap, meeting the people there and experiencing their way of life is like going back in time. It reminded me of what it was like about half a century ago back in Malaysia. And Malaysia is still just a developing country!

Anyhow […]

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Will I do pre-wedding photography?

Someone once asked me this very question and I gave a very non-committal answer. I now know deep down inside me I will take up that challenge one day. Yes, one fine day….

During the Bali photo-safari recently, I met multi-award wedding photographer Keda Z. Feng at one of my frequent haunts in Bali. With […]

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What a workshop!

It was an interesting available light portraiture workshop indeed with so many new "experiences". Firstly, Burke Strickland flew all the way from Texas for this one-on-one workshop. Before that, the furthest among my participants were from Singapore.

Secondly, we have been planning this for a few months and on the evening of the workshop, I […]

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Portraits from Inle Lake, Myanmar

Now with most of my 'pressing' work done, I can now go back to what I like to do — share more shots from my collection which includes those from Myanmar & Bali photo-safari, and those from my workshops.

Before that, some interesting news. For those who have registered as Free members and those who […]

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The 2 beauties of Malacca

At least Kharunisia Jazmin and Dian Sharlin were during the Manuel Librodo Malacca workshop last weekend 😉 We had a ball of a time shooting from one end to the other along Jonker Street, the main tourist street of historical Malacca. Curious onlookers were aplenty but that did not distract us from our objectives.

The […]

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Dian Sharlin by the window

I have been shooting a lot of Dian of late. The first was on July 3rd on a one-on-one workshop. Then came the Malacca workshop that I organised for Manuel Librodo and immediately after that, I had another one-on-one workshop on July 18th.

This series was taken on July 3rd – I finally have some […]

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A Sunday with Dian Sharlin

Sunday July 3rd was the day when I had a one-on-one workshop with JS Chang, a keen hobbyist from Klang. The morning started with gloomy, overcast skies but the morning sun soon came through providing us with gorgeous lighting henceforth. What a relief! What is photography without light?

Here is a couple of shots that […]

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