Jun 16, 2009

feeLing loSt - ChariS

tHese set of Photos have been taKen way way LonGer
I shall Not deLay any further
and
I would bloG aBout it toDay

as the title says, the MOdel of the Day was Charis siM, My classMate & mY closest Girlfriend^^
I had proMised her to ShoOt her after I have Got my DSLR

and Here you Go...

::: wHere shall I Go when the Path in front is seCluded :::


::: I pray hard for soMe sign from God, leading me the RiGht path as I have faith in God :::


::: wHen I saw it, I smiled and Thanked God for everyThing God has doNe for me:::

And Yes, she is a Christian, but I am Not^^

Hope sHe likes the pHotos, and I promised I will polish my skill before I shoot her aGain
Coz I know it suCks Big tiMe
And I know I had the wrong location and Wrong tiMing

those Mosquitoes over there are FreakNg viCious that I had uncountable Love bites and it tooK me almost a week to have it Resided!!

13 comments:

  1. lol mosquitoe bites.. where's the shooting place? TARC?

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  2. i think your shoot was good. and is there any forest near setapak??

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  3. HitoMi^^,

    It is good to know you believe in a God.

    Charis is a very good model. You changing perspectives are most interesting.

    Did you consider using a reflector that would have redirected some daylight on to Charis for your low angle shots? She sort of blends into to the dark background.

    Very interesting photos, and a very pretty model!

    Now all we have to do is get you interested in Christianity! ;-)

    David

    Be still, and in the quiet moments, listen to the voice of your
    heavenly Father. His words can renew your spirit. No one knows
    you and your needs like He does.

    -- Janet L. Weaver

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  4. Honmun :
    Yea lo...the path between CITC and canteen one.
    Crazy shit those mosquitoes!!


    Cindy khor:
    It is inside Tar College^^ I think there are forest near setapak but I don't know where and I don't wanna go forest anymore >.<


    David:
    Any DIY reflector suggestion?? I don't have any of them.
    It is ok david, I am just saying it on behalf of charis^^

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  5. HitoMi^^,

    There are many ways to make a DIY reflector. Several websites offer the how-to-do-this: Try:
    http://www.diyphotography.net/a-i-r-the-portable-affordable-reflector

    For a reflector stand:
    http://www.diyphotography.net/homestudio/blz/cheap-diy-reflector-stand

    A flash diffuser:
    http://super.nova.org/DPR//DIY01/

    Another reflector:
    http://www.brighthub.com/multimedia/photography/articles/23645.aspx

    Reflectors and diffusers allow you to use available light and flash fill to the best advantage. Your photo shoots will take on a more professional appearance.

    Do let me know if you use any of these!

    Good luck my friend, you are turning into a very good photographer! The nice thing is that you photograph very well too!
    (You are that pretty you would be fun to work with as a model!)

    David

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  6. charis10:20 PM

    hey..okay..David thx for dropping by at my blog..
    and girl thx for posting it..
    and yes we have lots of love bite from mosq!!!!!
    No prob girl..will be ur model.^^

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  7. HitoMi,

    Here some links for DIY photo reflectors & diffuers.

    DIY reflectror at:
    http://www.sublime-light.com/index.php/2007/08/10/diy-make-your-own-light-reflector-for-5/

    An inexpensive DIY reflector:
    http://www.sublime-light.com/index.php/2007/08/10/diy-make-your-own-light-reflector-for-5/

    A DIY reflector stand. (if one has a reflector you need either a friend to hold one or a stand, if possible two reflectorw which would require a friend and a stand.)
    http://www.diyphotography.net/homestudio/blz/cheap-diy-reflector-stand

    PM me if this works. I would really like to see your first test shots using anything you make!!

    David

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  8. david:

    you are of great help seriously!!
    I will check it out and try to make one myself

    will definitely pm you when i have tried out with my own DIY reflector and stand^^


    Charis:

    Yea, Don't ever go back there again-it is a Nightmare!!

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  9. HitoMi^^,

    Thanks!


    David

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  10. actually u have great composition on ur shots, just that a few pictures were underexposed. by the way, its good to invest in a speedlite + reflector... bought new or DIY also can, depends on the way u utilize it and the creativity of ur shots. Anyway, nice try and all the best yo!

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  11. henry, thanks^^ still have to work it out. studies have taken whole lot of my time...I wish I can have more time.

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  12. Anonymous6:53 PM

    Lolz..When is my turn??..Hahaa..

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  13. Steven Mah6:55 PM

    Lolz..When is my turn?..

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