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Sunday, 5-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Post Dated Entries:)

Like many big rewards in life that requires a Leap of Faith, for months the Big IF has hinder me from creating a personal photoblog on the assingments that I have carried out.

Among the many concerns revolving around the big "IFs".

What if the photos are not professional enough?
What if the host are not stable, any all the entries are wiped out?
What if my langguage is just not "POWDERFUL" enough?
( I suppose all will know that i m doing this during wee hours and can close two eyes about it. Let Pray that my England teacher at Sri Cempaka -Dr. Sudha dont see this!)
What if i dont have time?
What if there is no visitors?
What if this & What if that?

However, i came to realization that all the sweet and happy memories that i shared with the many couples , their families and friends whom have entrusted me to document their weddings were just too precious to go unrecorded. I also hope I can contribute to the nation by sharing a small but beautiful portion of Malaysia's rich and diverse culture to the world....

This means, i have to reconstruct the the entries based on my schdule books and trusted PDA

What IF...AH heck it...Just Do it!

am Reading:
Project 50 by Tom Peters

Satay Burger of KFC. Why bother? I think the batter is too thick that the sauce cant seep in.Now where is that prosperity burger?

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Sunday, 22-Aug-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A Wedding in Kangar, Perlis Part 2

The festivities continued from the first day with 2,000 friends and relatives coming out in full force to celebrate with the newlyweds. Food was great, the crew was sighted to have at least 3 helpings each (shhhh!) There were also entertaiment by radio DJs followed by a karaoke session.

Congratulations to Linda and Yusrie!

p.s: special thanks to Lee- the brides' brother who acted as our unofficial tourguide in Kangar. He also held us as hostage unless I sang. Thank God none of you were there, since now Everyone Can Judge!

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Saturday, 21-Aug-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A Wedding in Kangar, Perlis

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The day began VERY, VERY, VERY early. The crews were to assemble for the ERL to KLIA at KL Sentral, 5a.m sharp.We were to catch a Now Everyone Can Fly Airline's flight to Alor Setar. We were under the invitation of Pak Faizan, the proprietor of the famous HAFA Caterers to document the wedding of his loverly daughter Linda, to the gentlemanly Yusrie.

The flight was good and our groggyness was pleasently welcome by the tranquilty and scenic drive from Alor Setar to Kangar.The highway was amazing and cheap. However, horrors of all horror! As we open our luggage that has been check it, we realized one of our videocamera has been damaged! The airport/airline staff has probably thrown around our "FRAGILE" baggage in the cargo. Fortunately, we always travel with a back-up camera.

The Akad Nikah was held on the first day and followed by a GRAND Dinner Reception for 400 close friend and relatives in the evening. The set-up was simply stunning. Some guest was overheard saying, it probably put many 5 star hotel to shame.The young but efficient waiters was very impressive and helpful too.

* DEFINITION-Akad Nikah is the solemnization of the Malay wedding.
Btw, since now that Everyone Can Fly- can the good people at the airline makesure Everyone Can Turn Off Their Phone during the flight?

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Saturday, 24-Jul-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Was at the launch of National Art Gallery's HISTORY AND BEYOND: Malaysian Photography From 1900 To The Present Day Exhibition. Deeply honoured but felt like a young Ciku to be exhibiting along so many GREAT Malaysian photographers.. The exhibition will be on till 19 September 2004

Do drop by at my picture entitled "First Look" and give me some comments k?if you dont get a chance, the picture will be uploaded here after the exhibition.


Thursday, 1-Jul-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Rush & Deja-Vu!

The Wedding of Efeida & Max

Woke up with the kind of excitment and rush that's drives me as a photographer, knowing that today i will be shooting a wedding in a National Landmark, the Putrajaya Mosque. I arrived at the location 2 hours early. Recced. Had a nice breakfast by the scenic Putrajaya LAKE and still with time to spare.

In the evening, as i was driving to the venue, a sense of Deja-vu overwhelmed me. As i thought, that right I was here earlier this year to capture the wedding of Efeida's younger sister Elyna. However, when I arrived I was totelly mesmerised by the transformation of the Effendi's Residence. How can two weddings in the same venue & same people can be so Gorgeously different?

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