The first time I saw Shamala was through her internship resume. To be honest, she's one of the more stunning Indian girls I've seen in real life. Having hired my intern, I passed her resume to Nag.. who hired her right away! ;) Now that her internship is coming close to an end, we made sure that she modelled for us to satisfy our penchant for photography. This series of shots didn't come easy. It took us a lot of coaxing (plus Nag's dirty trick) before she finally agreed! :) :)
The shoot was done at Church St. together with Nag & Wilson in just under 2 hours. Rather short but I'm nevertheless pleased with the results.
Fluffy, my dog has never failed to amuse me. This time, he has made a new friend! That was what my mom told me when I came home yesterday. But with who? I know he's friends with the newspaper man and my lady neighbour, in which he'll make whiney noises and wag his tails with excitement everytime he sees them. For the rest, you get barks and howls! So, who's this new friend of his? It turned out to be a female white cat! Now I wonder how a cat could end up at my door step, 11 floors from the ground?!
This morning, the kitty came again. I took these shots in just 10 minutes as I was rushing to work. Am glad they turned out okay. Look at the eyes!
It took me quite a while before I managed to coin up the title for this series of my work. Why the title you ask? Well, that’s what came to my mind when I think of wedding gown, historical buildings... and of course, beautiful woman. See the relation? Anyway, this series as mentioned in my earlier post, are the shots of Karen. She’s the very first model I shot on the first day of the photoshoot. Needless to say, she’s my favourite. Just see the number of good shots I had ;)
Indeed, Penang's heritage buildings provide a great backdrop for wedding photos. This has been another good learning and kudos to the models for their sheer professionalism.
Leave me a comment if you like any of my shots or if you have suggestion on which shots to pick for the submission.
So here it is, the outcome from last week's bridal model shoot. Sharing first, the shots of Roxanne and Danielle. Roxanne - I was so attracted by her jovialness - it somehow made the photographer more at ease and I ended having quite a number of good shots of her! While I have the least shots of Danielle, I actually like her for her demure look... Check them out below.
If you're wondering where Karen's (the model in my teaser) are, I'll share them on the next post. Constructive comments are welcomed. [Scroll down or click here to view the flash album]