Sunday, July 5, 2009

Pulau Redang

Redang Island is famous for its crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and the tropical fish that inhabit the numerous reefs, many within 50 feet of the shore.In contrast to the neighboring Pulau Perhentian, Redang has a more upmarket image, as almost all accommodation on the island is resort-based. The largest beach is Pasir Panjang on the east side, featuring half a dozen resorts. However, on the south end this beach usually has more choppy water and the beaches will have more debris than the beaches around the bend to the north. The snorkeling is also found to the north of Pasir Panjang. Scheduling your vacation around the summer school break will mean drastically fewer people at the resorts and it would not be uncommon on the beaches on the north end of the beach for you to be one of only a handful of people if not the only person on the beach.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Portraits..Portraits and Portraits..

Haven't been shooting for the past few weeks and was determined to satisfy my hunger for portraits not portraits of those models or fashion shots but natural environmental portraits.. and this time.. I went back to the Island where i got my first fame- The photo taken from that island that has given me the fame.

And this time.. I went back with my buddy Littar.. According to him, he has been working in Kelang for so long but has not been to Pulau Ketam and so we planned this trip with a bunch of young and energetic photographers from a local Chinese photography forum..

Well, this trip has really satisfy my hunger for natural environment portraits already.. And to the guys out there.. Nice knowing you all ... Looking forward to more outing with you guys in the future.

My Works from that particular outing...
I know its impossible to obtain only 3 photos from an outing.. but pls be patient as more will come soon..

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Haven't been updating my blog recently due to my busy schedule.. and many have been asking me to either delete this blog... Anyway.. I found some time to spare and i went over to Subang Lake to shoot some landscapes of the 1st light of the day.. This means the early morning sky and also the calm ambience of the lake itself..

Well, I set my alarm clock to ring at 6am and rushed on to that place with an empty stomach.. Took nearly an hour to reach, to scout for a location and also to set up.. and this is what i got....

Sigma 10-20mm lens set at 12mm
ISO 100, f14, 2 second exposure

I guess waking up early in the morning isn't a bad thing after all.. I guess im gonna frame this picture and hang it on the wall..

Friday, May 15, 2009

Of Lines and Colors..

Colors and lines that are usually invisible to the naked human eye.. Little things that we usually overlook in our daily lives..

Shot using Tamron SP90 with 2x Tele-Converter with natural lighting.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Canon launches EOS 500D with Simon Yam

Simon Yam, the face of Canon EOS for the past 15 years, made his way to Kuala Lumpur today to unveil the brand new Canon EOS 500D to the media. Today's proceedings also acted as a double celebration , as it was the first SLR launch in Canon's 50th year of being in the DSLR market.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Wang Leehom - Music Man World Tour Concert Live in Malaysia 2009

Wang Lee Hom is one artiste in the Chinese music arena who has been constantly reinventing himself. In the past 10 years in the industry, the singer has been coming out with varied sounds that are versatile fusions of pop, ballads, funk, jazz, R&B and hip hop.
Today, he’s into a whole new sound which is a fusion of rock and ­Chinese traditional instruments.
His latest album (Heartbeat), introduces a track – What’s Wrong with Rock? – that meshes the screech of the electric guitar with the melodious twang of the Chinese classical pipa.
This concert also offers a brand new image of Wang – a rocker complete with blue hair, leather jacket and his special dragon-shaped Bahmut.

The Music-Man drowning in his music..

P/s: more pics will come.. pls be patient.. =)

Tuesday, April 28, 2009