Rae Turns 1!

Portraits

I shot their pre-wedding, actual wedding day celebrations AND maternity session so when Yee Siew and Charles contacted me for a family portrait session, I was elated! I must admit, it also felt pretty surreal to see them as parents, with a little human being to take care of. But you know what, judging from the looks of it, they are doing mighty fine with how adorable and sweet lil Rae turned out!

Throughout the session, she hardly made a peep and just nonchalantly sat wherever Papa and Mama placed her. Also love the fact that she’s gentle with Munchkin, reckon other kids would’ve grabbed their family dog with a vice grip! LOL!

And what about when it started getting crazy humid and you could see her hair was sticking to her forehead cos of the sweat? No problem, all she needed was a biscuit so that aunty Anna could continue shooting her in all her cuteness.

Too. Adorable.

This session was shot just a few days before Rae’s 1st birthday and I am so happy that Yee Siew and Charles got me to shoot another milestone in their life. Here are some of my favourite shots from the day!

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Aaron & Amelda

Weddings

I really don’t know where to start with this post. Do I share with you the connection I felt when I met Aaron and Amelda for the first time? Or how I found it absolutely cute that they’re obviously smitten over each other? Perhaps tell you in detail about how the wedding day unfolded, the gorgeous details of everything and how it all seemed to fall perfectly in place.

I somehow feel that words won’t be enough to convey how I felt when I was shooting the wedding, how throughout the whole time I just thought to myself that I really lucked out when it comes to having awesome couples as my clients.

Aaron and Amelda, I love how your wedding day wasn’t only about pretty details, good food and having a set itinerary but the fact that you two celebrated the day and celebrated your love for each other with your family and friends really set the tune for how the photos turned out.

Looking back on some of my favourite photos from the day, reminds me of the joy one could feel for both of you during the festivities. Thank you again for the honour of capturing the highlights for you. And if you decide to have kids, I can’t wait to see how adorable your #soyacincau babies would be!

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South Island, New Zealand

Personal

Nearly one year on and I’m still thinking about the beauty that is South Island, otherwise known as Te Waipounamu. It was definitely a trip that has been on my bucket list for years and getting to experience it for two weeks was really a dream come true.

My main intention for the trip was to really immerse myself with the great outdoors so instead of my bulky dSLRs, I brought along the Sony RX100IV which weighed less than 300gm. So yes, major difference from carrying around a dSLR which would’ve been 5 times heavier LOL!

Words can’t describe how majestic the views were. But I’m glad that I did take snapshots throughout for when I look back on these photos, I’m reminded how elated I felt then. So humbled and grateful to have had the opportunity to explore bits of South Island. Will definitely return there sometime in the future and get more hikes done!

For those who are keen to know, these photos were shot straight out of camera and the only editing done was resized for web and cropping. They looked a bit sharper before I resized them so slightly sharpening them may have been something I should’ve done as well during the slight editing process :p Thanks again Sony Malaysia for the great lil powerhouse that is the RX100IV!

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