Portraits or group pictures of board of directors and/or employees have always been the focus of corporate photography. A corporate photography session's objective is to basically portray the energy and faces as the key driving force behind an organisation's business in the most professional and creative way possible.
More often than not, that calls for an environmental portrait approach to depict one's surrounding working space to add context or convey a more formal environment.
The Vespa motorcycle has always been associated with a vintage taste of life; nostalgic of great old times of yesteryears. The scooter has seen a considerable surge in uptake in the Malaysian market over recent years, as it steadily brewed a growing number of Vespa bike fanatics nationwide.
These Vespa scooter fans proudly call themselves "Vesparians" and are always eager to hit the road, either alone or in a convoy. I was given the opportunity to ride along with a group of Vesparians who call themselves "Cinamen On Vespa" (COV) on a half-day ride to Putrajaya on an early Saturday morning.
I've read a lot about the Fujifilm x100s APS-C fixed focal length mirror less camera for the past year and a half, and did my fair share of research into its abilities. But it wasn't until now that I managed to bring it out for a test run in the streets of Bangkok.
It was a huge departure and change from my usual lugging of an imposing full-frame DSLR. So, it came as a pleasant surprise to discover its many great features and benefits, one of which was surely its compactness and DSLR-like image qualities.