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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.

03 March 2013


It was a glorious night to remember, when the faithful believers of Allah and his messenger, Muhammad PBUH, gathered to remember his sacrifices in preaching Islam to the world. The night was filled with preaches, performances, and also zakat giving ceremony to those who qualifies.

Ministers, clerics, performers, students, all participated in making the night a blessed night. May Allah reward our good intention with his forgiveness.

Muhammad PBUH was born in Makkah, Arabia, on Monday, 12 Rabi' Al-Awwal (2 August C.E). His mother, Aminah was the daughter of Wahb bin Abd Al-Manaf of the Zahrah family. His father, Abdullah, was the son of Abd Al-Muttalib. His genealogy has been traced to the noble house of Isma'il, the son of Ibrahim (Abraham) (PBUH) (May Peace be upon him) in about the fortieth descent. Muhammad's father had died before his birth and his mother died when he was about six years old making him an orphan. In accordance with the tradition of noble families of Makkah, he was taken by a foster mother, Halimah, to her village where he lived for a few years. During these years he was taken to Makkah several times to visit his mother. After the death of his mother, he was placed under the custody of his grandfather, Abd Al-Muttalib. When the grandfather died, he was under the care of his uncle, Abu Talib. By this time he used to look after sheep around Makkah and used to accompany his uncle on trade journeys to Syria. 

In his youth he believed firmly in the Oneness of Allah. He lived a very simple life and hated vanity and pride. He was compassionate to the poor, widows and orphans and shared their sufferings by helping them. He avoided all vices, which were commonly practiced among young people such as gambling, drinking wine, vulgarity and others. He was well-known as As-Sadiq(the truthful) and Al-Amin (the trustworthy). He was always trusted as a mediator between two conflicting parties in his homeland, Makkah.

Muhammad (PBUH) was born amidst a polytheistic (unbeliever) society. He was saddened and sick of the corrupt society around him. He often went toHiracave in the mountain near Makkah, later known as Jabal An-nur(the mountain of Light) where he meditated and pondered over the prevailing darkness brought about by ignorance. There he often remained deep in thought in communion with the unseen yet All-Pervading God of the Universe. One night, while he was meditating in the Hiracave, the Angel Gabriel (peace be upon him) came to him. The Angel aroused him and his mighty voice reverberated in his ears. He was perplexed and did not know what to do. He was asked to read. He replied: "I cannot read!" The Angel repeated three times asking Muhammad (PBUH) to read, but he replied the same answer. Finally the Angel asked:

[Read in the name of your Lord , who created man from a clot. Read in the name of your God, the Most Bountiful, who taught by means of the pen, and taught man what he did not know.] (Qur'an 96: 1-5)

This was the first revelation received by Muhammad (PBUH). He was 40 years old at that time. The revelation continued to come to him from time to time in a period of 23 years. These series of revelation were arranged according to the divine guidance given to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and later collected in the form of a Mushaf (book) the Qur'an (Reading). Most of its verses have clear meaning. Some verses are interpreted in conjunction with other verses and some others were interpreted by the Prophet (PBUH) himself through his words, actions and agreements which are known as his Sunnah (Traditions). The Qur'anand the Sunnah together constitute the guidance and way of life for those who submit their life to Allah (God) (SWT). People who follow this guidance and way of life are guaranteed by Allah(SWT) to be saved in this world and the Hereafter.