May, at a glance

June 6, 2012

Finally a new blog post! I know, to me it's been so long since I last blogged! I feel like I forgot how to blog. I heard the famous fashion blogger - Susie Bubble said that a blog is like a baby, you have to keep feeding it or it'll die. I think I'm not a good mom, but I really don't want this blog to die. I used to check my blog nearly everyday. Now I couldn't quite remember what my last few blog posts are about. Some people messaged and asked if this baby is being abandoned, of course not!

May 2012 is easily the busiest month I have ever had these past years. There are too many things to talk about I don't think I'll be able to type everything. First it was my brother's wedding, it was the first time for my family to have a wedding so it's both very exciting and tiring. Although my brother had already hired a photographer and cinematographer, I still took lots of photos (sort of expected :p)

you can see more here on my page :)
Two days after the wedding I was going to Singapore to have a short trip with my friends from Malaysia, and I was extremely tired the day after the wedding but decided to pull myself up to have a photoshoot with Sara because I didn't wanna waste the great use and potential of my sister-in-law's wedding gown! My brother was gonna return them to the bridal shop before I came back to Malaysia from Singapore so I knew it was the only day I could shoot by using it. The only day. Shoot or regret. Glad that Sara was having holidays too so when she said yes I quickly packed all the accessories that may be used, the gowns, some shoes of my mom and put them in the car. I originally planned to have a shoot with a professional make up artist in a photo studio but it wasn't possible because it's too rushed. I could only use what I had in my hands.

here's the outcome! I didn't even have time to look carefully and pick the best few to edit, because the moment I reached home from the shoot I needed to pack my clothes to Singapore already.


I'm very very glad that I have Sara, she's always ready for me to shoot! 
I just need to call and she'd say "Okay! What time?" Thank you dearie! :)

The next day I took the train at 5.50am to Singapore, only managed to sleep 2 hours, but I can't remember what I did until 3.30am that night haha. We had so much fun during the few days! Couldn't believe I tried the reverse bungee at Clarke Quay! MUST TRY. it's not as scary as it seems! I screamed like a child when we were being catapulted vertically to the sky, and then being rotated between the two ropes in the air. My friend was kind enough to help us record it and it's really funny when I hear my scream hahaha. It was indeed an unforgettable trip, have no idea when'll all of us gather again since two are going to Ireland and one is going to US soon! Glad to have joined the trip despite how tired I was!
And these people are sweet enough to surprise me with my phone in her new dress before I even realized my phone wasn't with me! mad love :)


I have always wanted a pretty phone case for her and this is perfect. Thank yous! :)

After I came back to Malaysia, I had to pack my clothes, again, because I was gonna fly to Langkawi the next day to shoot a wedding of an Indian couple from New York! After one and a half week, I'm finally about to finish filtering, deleting, arranging, editing all the photos I took (a few thousands of them!) It was truly a pleasure to be shooting this gorgeous indian wedding in a 5-star resort at Langkawi. though extremely tiring to shoot two full days, we had LOTS of fun. Indian wedding really rocks, there are lots of love, lots of loud music, lots of dancing sessions, lots of colours, lots of good food! I was very very impressed by how everyone became one when the music started, unlike Chinese, they aren't timid and shy to dance, even the grandpa and grandma! They're such great dancers.
Here are some photos that I uploaded to my page, lots more will be uploaded soon!


As you can see it's really beautiful. Beach wedding party, what else can beat that?
Here I need to thank Vincent for inviting me to be his partner for this wedding or I wouldn't have the chance!

Well so far...that's all! Didn't plan to upload all the photos initially but I just need to. Days after the wedding were pretty much spent to edit the thousands of photos. Counting down to the family trip to Indonesia very soon! Life couldn't be any better. Hope everyone's doing good too! :)

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  2. Super duper UBER bokeh! Me likey

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    1. haha i know right!
      85mm for the win! :D

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  3. Hi ,I'm so amazed wif ur photo!
    How u did tat?
    I think it's bcoz of ur hardwork & ur unlimited potential, keep going. :)

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    1. Hi stranger, THANK YOU!!
      it's so kind and sweet of you.
      glad that you like the pics! :)

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  4. hi ying. nice work ...could u list your gears. tq

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    1. hey thanks! :)
      im using a nikon d90, interestingly i realized all the photos above were taken by my 85mm f1.8! as a bokeh maniac, it's my new lens but has quickly become my favourite lens! :)

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