Shoot Like A Pro!

by Reedz on April 21, 2009

Dear family and friends,

Just to let you know that as the ko chung season is approaching, my mum is currently making these yummies again with the following different fillings available:

  • Chicken, chinese mushroom, water chestnut and dried prawn $1 each
  • Beef and bamboo shoot $1 each
  • 5 types of nuts $0.50 each

If you’d like to place an order, just text 8779930

Last Sunday was spent learning as much as I could from this young chap here who goes by the name Louis Pang. Louis is an international award-winning photographer based in Sabah. He travels the world to photograph weddings, engagement sessions and modern portraiture. Glamourous, intimate, sexy, natural and journalistic is how Louis describes his art.

Last weekend we were fortunate enough to have Louis pop by to conduct one of his Shoot Like a Pro workshops. It was quite timely for me as I felt I was losing my photography “mojo” and was in search for some new inspiration aka a kick in the butt!

Lots of practical tips and techniques were covered and I learned quite a fair bit from the workshop. I especially liked Louis’ principle of teaching us to “fish” rather than giving us the “fish”.

LP Group

First things first… The GROUP HUG!

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Articulate teacher

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The workshop covered:

  • Creating professional portraits
  • Mastering your on-camera metering system
  • Creative flash techniques
  • Using a combination of available, flash and tungsten lights
  • Professional posing techniques

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sarahdee April 22, 2009 at 11:07 am

Simply very very nice pictures you got here.

Reedz April 27, 2009 at 7:24 pm

Syazlie: byk lagi yr gambar toh 😛

lisadragon: so did the workshop recharge yr mojo? 😉

sarahdee: thank you very much 🙂

lisadragon April 22, 2009 at 11:50 am

Wohoo.. I’m in the same boat too.. mojo jojoooooooooooo~

Kenny W. M. Wong April 22, 2009 at 3:22 pm

Like the "Bak Jang" aka "ko Chung"~~~

Syazlie April 23, 2009 at 3:52 pm

i saw me…on the 1st and last pics….
rindu ku workshop nya ni eh…..

Senor Pablo April 23, 2009 at 10:27 pm

Yes! I have! The ko chung are delish.. Bought a batch today and Daboys loved it.. Didn’t last long!! 🙂

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