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05 December 2014


We love, love, love weddings, families and children. Yes, we are romantic softies through and through. We believe in preserving memories so that in years to come, you can look back and remember your stories from years gone by. We are based in the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and sometimes we resided at Johor Bahru, Malaysia for some time off. But hey, will travel internationally for assignments.

For your information, we've left our blog idle way too long and it needs the much awaited restart. Safe to say that this blog is old, 4 years old to be exact. We left it since Facebook dominated the market recently, so we thought it was best to go with the mainstream flow. Hence, old stuffs has to go. We'll be reposting our previous works from time to time, but it'll take some times to refurnished everything. Thank you for your time.

30 May 2014


Since the very beginning we are a loyal and avid user of Sony (previously known as Minolta) camera and lenses lineups. But along the way technology seems to improve so much that we are now unable to follow it's pace.

As of 2014, Spring promised us a new breed of professional camera that will change the way we see a professional camera should look like. And so we made the move to purchase a Sony A7. It is a fullframe camera with an excellent image quality, comparable and even beaten some bulky DSLR rivals, but with a rare exception, and that exception is it's strength. It is small, so small that you thought it is just another crappy point-and-shoot camera that hipsters would love to have.

Mixed reactions are seen with my clients and their relatives on the big day, who are lucky enough to see it in action. Some of them thought I'm just another relative who happens to shoot the whole day event, and some are aware that I'm using a sub 5k worth of equipment, and some just don't care. But the biggest advantage that I'm making this camera a keeper is the small form factor, which contributes significantly in reducing fatigue due to lugging around big DSLRs and lenses.

02 May 2014


The weather was fine, the mood and settings? Flawless. Nazri and Eershan were now officially husband and wife, and by the look of it, you can tell the joy they had on their big day are immeasurable. The solemnization took place at a local Surau a stone throw away from the actual wedding venue. To sum up, the interior of the Surau is well decorated, and adds to the mood of the ceremony.

Families and friends gathered in that glorious day, wishing them a happy life ahead and so on. The wedding dress was majestic, hand crafted by Indonesian fine tailor. It suits Eershan perfectly well. Their ceremony is filled with rich customs and culture, All in all it was good to see a well preserved Malay wedding culture.

The arrival of the bridegroom was grand, with flower girls throwing rose petals to them, and the atmosphere back then was perfect. So perfect that we felt it is too natural while clicking the shutter button of the camera.


Eershan is an avid equine lover, and since she's a veterinary student, access to the horse stable was easy. And we went to Putrajaya Equine Turf to do some outdoor photoshoot session with their horse of choice. 

It was a pleasure to be able to work for them. We wish you, barakallah!