After photographing the malay family at their home yesterday in the morning, I continued with the indian family portrait session later that same day in the evening. This family was referred to me by a friend.
I made a trip down to Bandar Botanic, Klang, a place unknown to me until now. It was a pretty new township, with lush, nice and big public parks.
I was recently tasked to photograph a malay family for a large MNC in the healthcare industry. These pictures will be used in their internal newsletter, circulars and other relevant print/online communication materials as part of ongoing efforts to promote health and disease awareness among the public.
The pictures will depict both natural and posed shots of the family members in a casual family outing, either at the park, or relaxing at their home.
On a moment's notice, the prospect of sleeping in on a beautiful Saturday morning was once dashed, when I was required to do a food shoot. The photography session was to be held at Silver Spoon Trattoria, a casual Italian restaurant located at Bandar Menjalara.
The first few items were cocktail drinks, shot simply on the restaurant's dining table, against the backdrop of a similar colour/texture food store room's door, followed by a couple of food dishes which included some pizza.
The final phase of the photo shoot for The Ark Studios coincided with the arrival of a new custom-made amplifier/equalizer from Germany. The first part of this now concluded shoot was unexpectedly short and quick.
I spent an entire day photographing both interior and equipment setup in this impressive audio recording facility in TTDI exactly a week ago. And I'm certainly glad to be able to complete this after 5 months since the first visit.
MSD's photoshoot as part of their visual branding exercise for Gardasil; the vaccine used in the prevention of HPV infection that causes genital warts and cervical cancer, draws to a close with the conclusion of its young active female (YAF) category re-shoot which took place at Masjid Jamek's LRT Station in KL.
The final image was a composite of the various elements that make up the hustle and bustle of everyday life that most, if not all, average young working adult females experience.