It is amazing how pressure can propel us to do the seemingly impossible. I woke up this morning barely 8 hours after I shot the last photo of the evening and my parents were already pacing around my living room hinting or rather strongly hinting that they wished to take all the photos I have shot for my sister’s wedding as they are. As they are?! It is hard to explain to them why they can do that for point-and-shoot photos and not for the 500 pictures I took with my dSLR camera. I find it hard to believe that too. It has got to be my skill, or the lack of it.
And because it breaks my heart to see my parents fly back to Hong Kong disappointed, not only have I done the necessary photo shortlisting and touch up in record time, but also have them published online with a less than 24 hours turnaround time. I am happy with the results. Some of the shots I really like. I suppose Benny and Lora may have passed this blog entry to you for viewing. Maybe you were there, maybe you couldn’t make it. As a proud brother of Lora and a good old friend of Benny, I thank you for your warm wishes to the wedding couple. I am pretty sure in time to come Benny and Lora will share the professionally done up photos of the event with you. Meanwhile, here are some of the candid shots I have taken to complement the event, arranged chronologically in three albums.
- Album #1 – In the Morning (42 photos)
- Album #2 – In the Evening Pt 1 (58 photos)
- Album #3 – In the Evening Pt 2 (92 photos)
PS. Stay tuned for a little write-up on how the day went. Thank you for viewing the pictures and as always, feedback is welcome.