Finally, I am posting a series of edited photos that I do. Previously I get some feedback through email asking me what would be the difference of 'out of camera shots' and edited photos and why I post out of camera shots all these while? To make things simple, 'out of camera shots' are unedited shots straight from camera. Many times, photographers only edit their photos when (1)we need to correct mistakes we did during the shoot (2)we want to add an artistic touch to the photos or touch up some blemishes on the skin. Rest assured is, out of camera shots given to clients by Milan Teh Studio are presentable, we have sample posted on January and February 2010 at Wedding Diary if all of you still recall. :) Next, back to this shoot. If you haven't read our services before, this is under Portrait. This time, I'm hired by our very own makeup artist, Joan for this shoot. In order to get the right kind of mood for this shoot, we need the right kind of clothes, shoes, makeup & hairdo, location, and props. Makeup and hairdo was done by Joan herself. Other than doing makeup & hairdo for female clients, Joan possesses a good sense in fashion and is very good at giving advice on overall outlook(ie. image consulting). I'm glad to inform everyone that, this 'image consulting' service comes free of charge for clients that take both our photographic & makeup services.
Finally, I'm glad that she loves all the photos and I don't know about all of you. Well, if any of you like the shots too, feel free to drop a comment down there. (This could brighten up her day I supposed :P) Have a great weekend everyone! Hope you'll enjoy the photos posted below. TQ~
Suddenly, the rain poured so heavily but I took the risk. The umbrella was my lighting tool, loaned to her to 'act' as a real umbrella. lol~
After the rain stopped, we're very lucky to get a rainbow that goes from one road to another(one FULL rainbow!). Too bad they couldn't fit into my lens.
Almost every time after the rain, we get a really great view of the sky during sunset. So, if you are opting to shoot great sky/sunset, go to find one after rain. You'll be amazed :)
*Up next, an explanation of the way I shoot with photos as example.