The annual Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival (KLPF) is back. Same as last year, it is held at Berjaya Times Square on 18 & 19 Oct 2008. KLPF is the Malaysia version of Photokina where manufacturers will be there to showcase their latest photography gear and retailers will be there having some 'sales'.
PhotoMalaysia.com is having a booth there this year and they have actually opened to their forumers a chance to showcase some of the forumers' photos. I thought of giving it a shot at the last minute and submitted some photos. Was a little bit surprise that one of my photo make it to the submission and will be at PM.com booth. Look out for the below photo at PM.com booth :)
KLPF 08 Website: http://pcp2u.com/myklpf/index.html
KLPF 08 Itenairy: http://pcp2u.com/tmp/klpf_program.pdf
Went to photo shoot with Phui Ling couple of weeks ago, here's the photos
A lot of people will know Sri Petaling, but Salak South Garden, alot of people will not know it although it's just next to Sri Petaling unless of course you are from this area.
This is the place i grow up. And there is one famous tall building named the 12-storey building. This is the building I can't miss. I used to go to the barber there, the kopitiam there, the nasi lemak there, my tuition, my nanny and it's a route i can't miss while on my way to and fro my primary school. It has been seriously quite some time since I last go there, as such I took the opportunity to go there and took some pictures
The view from the highest floor. You can see Menara TM on the right of the photo and at left are the condos at Bukit Jalil.
Another view. Here you can see Desa Petaling. The one in the middle with red colour roof is my primary school. SRK Salak South Garden.
Photos from my cousin's brother wedding. So many weddings this month. Another cousin brother is getting married next week
These were taken a night before the wedding where we normally have a bachelor's party
#1 - Preparing the car
#2 - My uncle, Hoong Kim's father with his grandson, Jun Hao
#3 - Wei Wei, the bridge, and her 'sisters'
On wedding day
#4 - Jun Sang getting ready
#5 - here they are
#6 - Jun Sang was abit reluctant to receive the ang pow
Recently went to my ex-colleagues' wedding at an indian temple in SS2. It was really good. This is the first time i tested my fisheye lens too. The vegetarian mutton and chicken taste so nice and so real ! Below are some photos to share with you all
Inside the temple