The day I first met Krystal Vee – 3rd shot

This is the 3rd of the series that I would like to share. This was taken at about the same time as the 1st with the Nikon D200 + Nikon 70-200mm/2.8 @ f/2.8 1/160s ISO200.

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The day I first met Krystal Vee – 2nd shot

This is another shot of Krystal taken on the same day as the previous post. I used the Nikon 70-200mm/2.8 VRI for this one. Taken with Aperture Priority @f/2.8 1/4000s ISO200.

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The day I first met Krystal Vee

That was in January 2007 and that was my first and only one-on-one workshop with Manuel Librodo. And I was his second student then! Fast forward to 2011 and I feel I should go back to the shots that I took of her then. 

Here is the first of the few that I will be […]

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Manuel Librodo workshop in Kuala Lumpur, July 31 – Aug 01

Due to popular demand, Manny will be coming back to Kuala Lumpur on Jul 31st -Aug 1st to run another series of workshops. We will be having a morning shoot on July 31st followed by a morning post-processing session on Aug 1st (2 half-day sessions respectively).

The response is so overwhelming that […]

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Manuel Librodo workshop June 5th, 2010

Wow! What a weekend. It was all action the minute Manny and Krystal landed till they flew back to Bangkok.

After they landed we went straight to a friend's place to source outfits for the workshop. Krystal was amazed by his collection so much so that she was spoilt for choice. We finally came away […]

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Krystal in B&W

You have seen Ibu of Ubud and Evon in black and white. How about Krystal? This is a very old photo being given a new "look" in black and white with, again, some playing with the Render filter in photoshop. Boy, am I having fun with that filter!

Hope you like this treatment too….

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Krystal in her elements

These 2 photos were again taken during my first encounter with Krystal Virulchanya in Bangkok at my one-on-one workshop with Manuel Librodo.

This one was grossly underexposed and I had not bothered to process it. Fortunately I took this in RAW format (another reason why we should shoot in RAW) and I am now able […]

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Krystal Virulchanya – a revisit

 

My post-processing has evolved over the years and I thought it is time I revisit some of my early shots. Allow me to start with Krystal.

This was taken at a one-on-one workshop with Manuel Librodo in Bangkok in early 2007. Taken with Nikon D200 + Nikon 85mm/1.4 Aperture Priority @ f/3.2 1/500s ISO200.

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Julia of Bangkok – a new form of post-processing

 

You have seen the results of the various techniques I frequently use in my post-processing. Today I would like to share with you a totally new technique which I thought is worth sharing. This involves the use of different blend modes, use of a monochrome image, play with Curves, Levels and Hue/Saturation all done […]

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