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Archive for September 2010

Hectic week

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3 weddings almost in a row plus another commercial assignment with butterscotch creation. I literally work throughout every single day till late night. Despite so, i am still super excited before every wedding, cracking my tiny brain of how to document every single wedding in the best possible way. I’ll guess my enthusiasm in wedding is still there….hee

Here is one from Saturday David and Joelle wedding at Oosh.

Watch this space for more to come.

“Joelle, I got it!”

~eRic

Running out of idea (*running out of time)

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Currently my wedding assignment are all done in a rush. Couples rushing from places to places without even stopping or taking a break. Sometimes they don’t even had time to take a rest before moving to the next location. (My heart bleed for them) Therefore most of my outdoor shoot are done at the void deck or even carpark. Some couple even told me that they don’t even have time for outdoor shoot. (cool, less work for me! Just kidding.)

Therefore i will like to urge all my friends out there who are planning for the big wedding not to over packed your schedule. Its your big day and please take your time to enjoy every single moments of it.

~eRic

CM leung’s workshop – Part 1

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CM leung’s Singapore workshop which was held on the 30th August 2010 totally blew me away. It is (yes still is) awesome!

I have gained so much learning from one of the best wedding photographer in the world and his team of talented people. Throughout the entire session, it is seriously an eye opener. He is really able to stage, shoot and produce stunning images within split seconds (ok i exaggerated quite a bit..hehee). No wonder he is called the master of lights and colours.

The workshop consists of people all across the world. I am probably the most rookie photographer around.

These are the Singaporean that I met in the workshop, benny, myself, daniel (from pixelpixie) and tze yong (from wedding moments) (left to right).

I sincerely would like to thanks paul (from ckwedding) for the translation, we seriously need to take up Cantonese for the next CM leung workshop!

And last but not least

A photo with my idol, “cher” Leung…..

Looking forward to his next workshop in singapore!

(PS: Will post some of the photo he teaches us to shoot in Singapore museum real soon….)

cheers

eRic