I have been doing a couple of still life photoshoot this week with variety objects: drink bottle, perfume, and food. All images taken with Profoto B1 as the lighting tool and its light modifier. The photoshoots give me more understanding about quality of light on […]
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Celebrating Kartini Day
RA Kartini (21 April 1879 – 17 September 1904), sometimes known as Raden Ayu Kartini, was a prominent Indonesian national heroine from Java. She was also a pioneer in the area of education for girls and women’s rights for Indonesians. The Kartini Day is celebrated on 21st April in Indonesia.
Photoshoot for Telin Hong Kong
Gears used: Canon 5D Mark 3 Canon 50mm f1.2L Profoto B1 head with 3″ Octabox Location: Stanley Hong Kong
Conceptual Photoshoot: Before Her Eyes Stun Me
Model: Veronica Exif: f/2.8 ; 1/320s ; ISO 500 ; Focal Length: 30mm Gears used: Canon 5D Mark 3 with Canon 24-70mm f2.8L Location: Tai Tam Reservoir Hong Kong
Conceptual Self-Portrait: Unfinished Story
Exif: f/5.6 ; 1/250s ; ISO 100 Gears: Canon 5D Mark 3, Canon 24-70mm f2.8L and Profoto B1 with 3 foot Octabox Location: Tsing Ma Bridge Hong Kong
Conceptual Photoshoot: Where Am I?
This is my first conceptual photoshoot with fairytale concept. I realised that the creative process in making it into real requires more preparations in pre-production (research, location survey, model, outfit etc) and also in post-production stage (Photoshop skills). But I like it! That is what I […]
Conceptual Photoshoot: In The Woods
This photoshoot took place in December 2015 with concept of bridal in a fairytale look environment to add drama and story to the photos. Concept/Photographer/Retoucher: Andi Andreas Model: Ayu Aliya Reena MUA: Zeny Aulia Hasan Gears: Canon 5D Mark 3 with Canon 50mm f1.2L and 24-70mm f2.8L […]
Pre-Wedding in Nature and City of Hong Kong
I just completed a pre-wedding photoshoot which took place at some locations in Hong Kong for 2 days. The location on the first day was in Hong Kong Disneyland with casual style of photoshoot. I managed to capture photos which look fun, light and natural expression. I’m preety happy with the overall photos despite the crowd of visitors at Disneyland which requires patient to get less people captured in the photos.