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A little surprise

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This week, I was greeted with a little surprise and encouragement as my only photo submitted into AG|WPJA, Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association, Q1 2011 came back with a 5th placing in creative portrait. Thanks all for the guidance and support.

Thanks to Helen and Wenquan, my friendly couple for the trust and support!

Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association
http://www.agwpja.com/

Check out here for bigger image!

Twenty2seven spring/summer lookbook collection 2011

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A couple of months back, i was helping Twenty2seven in their spring/summer lookbook collection 2011.

Thanks to:
Zee and Diana, the talented designers, for the opportunity for myself to be involved in your new collecion
Booksactually for lending us the venue

Check out their shop @ Parco nextNext,
Parco Marina Bay, Level 2
Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard #03-02, Singapore 039596

Some behind the scene images:

Zee was trying to create winds…unfortunately, hmm the day was simply too hot…

I was telling them that the trains here crawl, oops.

She had to jump off the tracks in this shoes to escape the train attack, once again oops!

as usual all less me in booksactually

finally, this is me, thanks Diana for the photo…woohoo

Benny and Denise ‘s W

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picture speaks a thousand work – what is processing?

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Some of our curious couple enquire about what do we actually meant by processing/editing photos. Its rather tough for me to explain them in “layman” terms.

I think a picture speaks a thousand words.

TATA….hmm i hope it helps.

Yiru & Patrick ‘s W

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I am honoured to be able to cover their wedding. I had covered their solemnisation at Fort Canning sometime back (refer to the 10 misfortune accidents).

One of the nicest couple with bunches of great friends. Can’t wait to share all the photos taken for this lovely couple. Unfortunately not able to do so, therefore here are some of my favourites.

Enjoy!