Killing two birds with one stone: an indoor graduation and family photo shoot done in the studio. Having just graduated; a quick, simple but useful corporate profile shot would have been helpful too. All in the mix. Nice and neat.
The MCKL AUSMAT Graduation ceremony kicked off over a Saturday morning instead of the usual Fridays this round. The number of MCKL students graduating this time from the AUSMAT program was quite similar to the past with the expected nominal increase.
The number of graduands at Methodist College Kuala Lumpur's (MCKL) graduation ceremonies over the past two years has seen a tremendous rise. Time flies and just before you know it, it's been another year since the last graduation event I photographed.
The number of graduands just keeps increasing and as a result, this year's event has been split into not two but three sessions!
It's been a year since the first graduation ceremony held by Methodist College Kuala Lumpur. I've returned to photograph the same event this year.
This graduation event has been much bigger with a larger turnout of graduands compared to last year. The Deputy Education Minister, YB Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching, was the guest of honour in the morning session.
Two weeks ago, I've just photographed Methodist College Kuala Lumpur's (MCKL) graduation ceremony for its recently concluded AUSMAT programme.
The crowd this time was very much smaller than last year's A-Level's graduation ceremony which saw more than 200 students graduating out of a total number of 400 students, as some were already overseas.