Two days of excitement !


Wedding Photography Camp 2009

Venue : Wetland , Putrajaya
Date : 14-15 November 2009

My Group : Mekar
Our Siii-fuuu ! 
Otaimer Photographers from Applemint Studio

Bro Nik

Bro Sham ( right )

 Bro Firman
presenting  Our Model ..

Our Bride and Groom
Faizi and Ayu
its time  for  Make Up & Hair Do

Photoshoot before the Wedding Day
Taman Botani

the Akad Nikah ceremony

the Wedding Day

Photo of all participants and
any kind of pix we do during the camp

all Eighty Photographers . lol~

Mission Succeed ! Yeay !!!!!

notes ; thanks to all yang joined diz camp . Really enjoyed it . Byk ilmu2 dapat blaja from other participants. Either yang Pro's or Beginners. Sume sporting gila ! Temasuk jgk the "Tenaga Pengajar" yang sempoi gila vavik duhh !~ Thanks guys . If ada buat lagi, info2 lah beb . Sure join punye! :)

"Photography is not about making money."
"Always put yourself as a customer."

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Venue   : Anywhere in Malaysia
Date   : Anytime within 24 hours
Models   : My lovely cousins
Here we go !~

My truly cousin . 6 of us. But in diz pic, sumeone missing.
Ermie (missing boy), Ernie (me), Awat, Ekal, Muaz & Irfan





My Mr Photographer

**Those yang dalam 1st pix atas skali tu is my cousin yg betol. ANd yg bawah2 dye tuh sume my dua'pupu but dah macam sepupu jewk**

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1. “ You don’t take a photograph, you make it. - Ansel Adams

Full awareness of what makes a good photo is essential in taking great photographs.

Why would anyone be interested in this photo and what elements can be included or excluded to make it truly great?

2. “ Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst. – Henri Cartier-Bresson

Do you know how many photos you have taken up until now? You will have to take thousands of pictures to reach a point where you can begin to evaluate them objectively. Looking upon your photos as if you were looking at them through someone else’s eyes is a good way to give yourself constructive criticism. Comparing your first photos with your most recent, do you see improvement? Do you remember how you loved some of your first photos – do you still love them or are they now not so good anymore?

3. “ Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. – Matt Hardy

You often don’t or can’t see beauty in the world until someone shows it to you. Take a look around you just now – even without moving from the computer. Can you see something in a new way, a different way of presenting something common? Just take a look again…

4. “ Nothing happens when you sit at home. I always make it a point to carry a camera with me at all times…I just shoot at what interests me at that moment. – Elliott Erwitt

When the world is your canvas, so to speak, you need your tools with you to capture everything around you. Make a habit of always carrying a camera with you—you will never suffer the regret of wishing you had.

5. “ Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow. – Imogen Cunningham

Never be fully satisfied with what you’ve done.

Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured.

6. “ You’ve got to push yourself harder. You’ve got to start looking for pictures nobody else could take. You’ve got to take the tools you have and probe deeper. – William Albert Allard

We are always looking for reasons for not taking good pictures. Cartier-Bresson used film camera, same lens, no flash, same shutter speed – he didn’t need the newest digital equipment to take great photos.

7. “ If I saw something in my viewfinder that looked familiar to me, I would do something to shake it up. – Garry Winogrand

How often have you seen a photo that is missing something, thinking, “This is a good photo but I’d make it different somehow.”? Sometimes small things make a big difference. Don’t be afraid to shake things up.

8. “ I always thought good photos were like good jokes. If you have to explain it, it just isn’t that good. – Anonymous

Sometimes it is interesting to hear the story behind the photo and you see the photo in a new light. But in most cases a photo shouldn’t need a story to back it up. It has to speak for itself.

9. “ Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop. – Ansel Adams

Even one of the masters in photography, Ansel Adams, didn’t expect to get more than 12 great photographs each year.

10. “It can be a trap of the photographer to think that his or her best pictures were the ones that were hardest to get. – Timothy Allen

Editing photos can often be the most difficult but also the most satisfying part. Sometimes taking a quick look at all the photos and then going away for a while before taking a closer look lends a fresh eye to your viewing. You may see things you did not notice previously. Stepping away from the mass of photos can make certain images stand out in your mind’s eye, leaving a memorable impression that can characterize a good photo.

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3:59 AM

Hyper Active !


Venue : Putrajaya Q-Box .
Date : 25th September 2009

The very very hyper persons . ROXX !

introducing the Photographers!
| Ernie |
| Anep |

Enough. end of the Hyper'karaoke story. till we met again in another entry.
-everyone enjoy the day-

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