Have you ever considered yourself hiring a professional photographer to take photos during your vacation within your budget? Have you ever been on a vacation and returned home with disappointment because the photos you captured were blurry, or (even worse) missing from all of them? There’s a solution to your problem, and it has been a new trend nowadays! Continue Reading
Life is like a camera lens. You focus only on what’s important – the things that you want to preserve as part of your memories when you’re still alive. You want to capture it perfectly, and upload them into your social network sites such as Instagram or WeChat because you wanted to share your moments with your friends. You know they are going to vanish soon, and you do not simply save those photos in a hard disk because the risk of getting them all burnt down to ashes. All you need to do is print them out into a nice set of photos and put them all into the album. So, whenever you wanted to remind yourself about the life you had in the past, you can just flip each of the pages – reminiscing those days with your friends.
Photography is not novel to me as I was actually introduced to SLR when I was just 5 years old. My uncle, and late grandpa were then people who played the main role of getting me into photography. I lived with my grandparents when I was little because my parents were both working at that time, and I love to hang out with my grandparents a lot. Living in a kampong (village) was so much fun back then, and I enjoyed so much including riding on a water buffalo as well as had every chances to eat juicy fruits without having to worry anything simply because they were freshly picked by my grandparents. LOL!