Model Photoshoot @ The Heritage Station Hotel

March 31st, 2009 by kamkuey

The sky was blue, very blue. It was just too bad that last weekend’s sky is not as blue. The last photoshoot before this was the CLS workshop which would benefit a lot of from clear blue skies.

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But it’s all good…

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Just that the sun was hitting down on us a little too hard. And both model and photographer were under the mercy of the sun.

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And many of us had a hard time reviewing our photos on the camera’s LCD.

But.. dem… the sky..

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very blue isn’t it?

As always, i do not have much photos of the model as i was merely facilitating the photoshoot. So i shot from the behind the photographers. But here are a couple of the photos of models..

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Peggy…
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Winx..



A Quick Update

March 29th, 2009 by kamkuey

Watched two movies last Saturday. The Knowing is not too bad. The International was, well… slow. But I dunno, maybe it’s me prefering to watch a more straight forward movie. Will not elaborate here as I would probably spoil if for you guys. BTW, Mid Valley last weekend was packed with people. Or maybe that’s how it is these days as I seldom visit Mid Valley of late. Or maybe it’s the DCIM show.

This morning went for a shoot. Not bad lar. Good turn out. Good location. Wonderful models. Terrific people.

Here’s a quick teaser.

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Yeah, i know. Nothing much.. but hey.. it’s a teaser remember?

Ok lar, here’s one more photo. It’s a behind the scene shot :)

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Will post more on the shoot soon :)

Creative Lighting System Workshop - Part II

March 22nd, 2009 by kamkuey

Part 1 was held quite a while back.

And after sometime, here’s part II.

Basically the workshop introduces the basics of how to use Creative Lighting System or CLS. Nikon calls it CLS. Other camera manufacturers also do have their own lighting system, just that they call it something else. I use the term loosely. CLS to me is when you use off camera flash. Simple.

Anyways, the workshop also touches on some other aspects of CLS including controlling multiple flashes to achieve what you want, at times requiring 2 or more flashes. Because to use a single flash, will create shadows. Personally I like shadows. Unfortunately it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. So additional flashes are required to fill in the dark areas. A reflector might do it, but hey.. it’s a CLS workshop. ehehe.

Here are some… of the many… ‘behind the scenes’ photos.. in no particular order.

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Jason explaining how to set the flash

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We had quite a number of flash guns this morning..

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top view

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Alan keeping watch?

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shot taken with someone’s new toy.. the 85mm f1.8

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workshop continues..

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setting flash..

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Come class.. gather round

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Model Stefanie.. waiting for flash setting lesson to finish..

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someone’s new toy..

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Okay!! Shooting starts!!

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giving additional pointers..

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Shooting..

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checking..

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more checking..

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see can pass bor..

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Ah.. macam pass liao.. hehe

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chimping..

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More chimping..

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Under the watchful eye of trainer..

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“Aik.. this one not the microphone ar?”

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Explain explain explain..

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Macam goku throwing fireball

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Check check

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“I wanna see!!!!”

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Next location..

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sky was great!.. but only for a while.. towards the end..

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And last but not least.. the group photo..

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Nothing much to know about myself. In a nutshell, I manage a little call centre, but I was trained in IT. Now more like I am in the service industry cum IT support. Anyways, on the side, I like motoring, photography and sometimes fishing. Anything else you can ask me direct la.

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