Month: December 2009

This is the only wedding that does not land on a weekend in 2009 and the last wedding to photograph for me this year, but it is a special wedding that I’m sure will be memorable for Karmen and Isaac. I’ll be out of the office for a week for a short vacation (well deserved […]

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My wife Shirley sometimes do some pretty random stuff. Like last week she signed us up as audience of a Gordon Ramsay Cook Along Live TV show. It’s quite an interesting experience, but gosh it kinda sucks to stand there and smell them cook all that food and not having anything to eat! =) We […]

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Before becoming a wedding photographer, I really had no idea how to find the right photographer for my wife and I, and I was totally clueless about what I was really looking for when I met her the first time. Ever since I became a wedding photographer, I had the opportunity to be on the […]

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First things first, I have to take this opportunity to thank everybody for helping me with my wedding photography business a success in 2009. My wife, and now my official second shooter, has given me unmeasurable support over the past year; my friends from all over helped me spread the good words; and of course […]

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Small world indeed. Ma-an is a co-worker of a good friend of mine who works in Hong Kong. The shoot was done back in late October, 2009. But little did I know that she’s also a good friend of one of the partners at Laliez who does some amazing wedding decoration work over here in […]

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Back in October 5th, I had a blast during an engagement session with Lori and Huy who will be tying their knots real soon. I got to admit that every couple I had the opportunity to work with are genuinely nice people, Lori and Huy is no exception and I really had a great time […]

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I finally successfully moved my old blog over to WordPress! I remember I made a couple failed attempts with WordPress previously and I really didn’t know where to begin, but thanks to the SWPB community with the very helpful members and resourceful discussion boards, and of course the very helpful Jeff Caston from BigFolio with […]

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