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Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera   Leave a comment


Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Teochew Wayang or Chinese Opera

Portraits from Vietnam   2 comments


Portraits from Vietnam
Flash-back to my earlier Vietnam Trip which I had taken some portraits unposted till tonight. Difficult to capture owing to the lighting – from the bright exterior outside the window to the very dark interior. Special thanks to the patient Vietnamese model.

SP Lim
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Harley Davidson EDM Portrait Photography Outing at Beach Street, Penang   Leave a comment



Harley Davidson EDM Portrait Photography Outing at Beach Street, Penang
For EOS member RM 20 .
Fees: RM20/Participants(ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN) and goodie bags , contests .
Come and learn with us as we are sharing with you the time with hot rides and Harley Davidson is generous enough to lend us a few rides! Come on now!
Course Objectives:
– To train participants to operate DSLR beyond the basics
– To equip participants with knowledge and experience on handling DSLR for portrait shoots
– To cultivate a sense of photography in participants
– To prevent participants from knowing only a single mode of photography
– To develop a full range knowledge of photos relating to equipment in participants
– To prepare participants with skills that can capture outstanding individual portrait
What you will learn:
– Comprehensive insights of DSLR
– The exposure synergy of each elements
– The different modes of a DSLR
– Different auto focus modules
– Exploiting metering and histograms
– Lens knowledge
– Lighting techniques
– Organizing and composition of position
– Practical exercise
Strictly limited to 20 participants each session. A short assessment will be given at the end of the course.
NOTE:
– mini 20 pax .- max unknow .
(((EDM and EOS DSLR member RM 20 )))
Fees: RM20/Participants(ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN)
= To Register =-
1. Bank in the payment with receipt / reference
2. Please message / mail havic lim with your :
– Full Name and Facebook Name
– e-mail
– contact number
– receipt information
– T-Shirt size
-= Bank Details =-
Bank : CIMB Bank
Name : LIM CHEE MUN
Account No: 7604481431
E-mail : eosdslrpg@gmail.com
-= Dresscode =-
– Long Pants
– Black / White / Red / EOS Shirt
-= Terms and Conditions =-
1. Registration fees are non-refundable in event of no-show.
2. In the event of cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances, the organiser will reschedule event to another date in the future.
3. All participants are responsible for their own safety and the safety of their own gear and equipment. The organiser is not liable for any losses.
4. All participants are encourage to work with the said committee member.
5. Participants who misbehave or act irresponsibly will be dismissed from this event.
6. We will appreciate if participants be on time. We will begin the event as scheduled.
7. Please check the time and place before the outing date from this event page. Organizer will not entertain any failure / delay turn up.
9. Participants with confirmed payment will ONLY secure a seat in this outing.

For any other additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Godwin Tye or havic lim. 0127403288 ( 10am-10pm )
HarleyDavidson

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Participant List:-

1. Sg Ong ( Paid )
2. Tan siang ( Paid )
3. Allen Lim ( Paid )
4. Ong Chin Onn ( Paid )
5. CJ tan ( Paid )
6. Thian Chang Tan ( Paid )
7. Frankie Tan ( Paid )
8. Ally Ahmad ( Paid )
9. Foo Loke Yip ( Paid )
10. Peng Hong Yeoh ( Paid )
11. Ban Seng Khor (Paid )
12. Junneez Goh ( Paid )
13. Herry Jamil ( Paid )
14. Wahab Amanullah ( Paid )
15. Elias Shuid ( Paid )
16. John Toh ( Paid )
17. Andy Hiew ( Paid )
18. Chew Lay Khoon ( Paid )
19. Busu Ashly Xiao Shu ( Paid )
20. Kelvin Tan ( Paid )
21. Alvin Hua ( Paid )
22. Sherryn Ooi ( Paid )
23. Gladys Goh (Paid )
24. Bryan Lim 1( Paid )
25. Bryan Lim 2 (Paid )
26. Bryan Lim 3 (Paid )
27. Terry Tan 1 ( Paid )
28. Terry Tan 2 ( Paid )
29. Terry Tan 3 ( Paid )
30. Vincent Wong ( Paid )
31. Thandabaniy Baniy (Paid )
32. Lee Khiam Seng ( Paid )
33. Lou Pin (Paid )
34. Ng Lai Choon ( Paid )
35. john neoh ( Paid )
36. Indip Muda ( Paid )
37. Jia Chen Lu ( Paid )
38. sheikh mifdzal ( Paid )
39. Khor Huai Yang ( Paid )
40. M Ridzuan Ginting ( Paid )
41. Steve Boon ( Paid )
42. Sukdev Singh Cheema ( Paid )
43. Jeremy Chew ( Paid )
44. Jasmine Yuki khoo ( Paid )
45. Allen Chuah ( Paid )
46. Teoh Choong Sun ( Paid )
47. Joseph Teh ( Paid )
48. Lim Soo Peng ( Paid )
49. shahrul.nizam ( Paid )
50. Indran Photograpy ( Paid )
51. Jace Excel. (Paid )
52. DANIEL TAN ( Paid )
53. Nor Hirwan Rasid. ( Paid )
54. anis khairolnisa ( Paid )
55. Omar Baharom ( Paid )
56. fra lorkafibada ( Paid )
57. Chan jan hoe ( Paid )
58. Munivanthiran Raja ( Paid )

Close Register 3 june 2015

Portraits from the Wayang or Chinese Opera   Leave a comment


Most of the portraits were taken outdoor under low light condition using my Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR. Hope you like these portraits from the Wayang or Chinese Opera.

SP Lim

Photoshoot on ” the Girl Next Door ” Theme   Leave a comment


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I shall feature six edited photographs or more of each of the 4 models which were sporting subjects of 25 pairs of eyes of the photographers at the photoshoot held last Sunday, 11 December, 2011 at Hotel Vistana Apartment over the next 4 days. The theme was the Girl Next Door and we were joking with our facebook friends how we wished ther are staying next door instead of the matured ladies in reality. Today, the model featured is Ms Alia Sofea.

SP Lim

My favourite Wayang or Chinese Opera portraits from the Hungry Ghost Festival 2011   Leave a comment


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Sometimes, I think some great photographs have some lucky element in them. Yes, indeed to me for this 2011 season of Hungry Ghost Festival. At times I felt so lazy to go out of the house for this nightly outing of photography – not for supersition but sheer laziness and lethargy as grossly overweight from the recent durian season. I started off on the second week of the Hungry Ghost Festival ( lasts a month ) so I missed out on the only Cantonese Wayang which usually took place at Jalan Samak. Luck also plays a part in shooting the more “premier” Wayang Troupe than the “mediocre” one. The current one performing near my place of residence at Pulau Tikus Market is of lesser standard as one compares the leading “stars” in the drama. After shooting for half an hour, I was dissatisfied and had to call it a night. Probably tonight I can be more lucky in the selection as I might go to observe 4 Wayang Troupes if they are still performing in town. Getai/Kotai/Koh Tai, the modern-type of singing performances are not my cup of tea so I seldom shoot these performers. Lighting also played a part in getting good photos – conducive lighting is in between the over-glacing one and dimly-litted one. The last one shall be the use of better equipment like better lenses – f2.8, L lens, with Image Stabilizer, etc. can easily compensate my poorer skills. Bye for now, as I am running off to tonight’s photoshoot and hoping for the last favourable factor – good weather with no rain.

SP Lim

Portraits of Little Nyonyas   Leave a comment


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I had the opportunity of taking some portrait shots of these little cute nyonyas. It was quite diificult as some of these kids kept moving around. My batteries in my flash went flat thus explaining for underexposed shots which I edited to be slightly brighter. Tomorrow I shall feature the winners.

SP Lim

Photoshoot at Photo Show at Gurney Plaza, Penang   Leave a comment


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You get the great opportunity of photographing pretty models at various Photo Exhibition and Show in and around George Town, Penang. I tried my hand on portrait shooting which is one of my photoshooting weaknesses as I always lose out to very much younger and robust photographers who joust for the best angles. To make matters worse these photographers, without due consideration and proper ethics, would just stand in front of you by looking at the LED after each shot was taken. I always make it a habit to shoot and stand aside to check the photos in an unobstructing place to allow the poor photographer a chance to have a clear shot.

SP Lim

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