Warren & Amy's Portraiture Session

I tagged along with Grace the other day to shoot Warren and Amy’s portraiture photos together with Karen. I have known Amy since when I was a small little boy (I think I was 6 years old) and her mum even has videos of me and the other kids back in Sunday school where we were taking part in a play. Anyway many many years have passed since then and here I am taking her portraiture photos before their big day in May.

The weather that day was a little more on the gloomy side and there wasn’t much sun about. And to also top it all, there was rain and it got heavier by the minute but I am sure that didn’t stop any of us (I got soaked quite a fair bit). Here are some of my favourite photos, a little different style of post processing but I just wanted to try something different.


I simply love train stations, ever since I was a boy, I loved playing with model train sets!


Isn’t her stare just mesmerizing?



I like the feel of this shot especially with the rain drops in the background. No rain is gonna stop me from taking photos!


This shot was really inspired by my awesome teacher at numerous workshops, Louis Pang.


Did anyone say Korean drama series?


After the shoot, Warren and Amy were so kind enough to buy us lunch at Carat Club in Pavillion. Ironically I am also writing this blog post in Pavillion as well and of course my wonderful boo-boo of updating my Twitter and Facebook status, saying that I ate at “Carrot” club instead of “Carat”. I blame the auto correction on my iPhone 😛


Of course that didn’t prevent us from sneaking a couple of shots as well.


This shot was also posed by Grace. She has a wonderful eye for reflections!

Below are some behind the scenes shots which I sneaked in. I was shooting some portraits, behind the scenes shots, carrying the monopod as well as taking care of the bags. Not too shabby eh?


The iconic stool!


Grace shooting with her new birthday present!


The umbrellas do tell a story, it reminds us to always bring it when we go on a shoot! I think we had like 4 umbrellas all between us and this does not include the ones we use for lighting. Haha.