The Story of “Family Outing to Genting”
Assalamualaikum all. For quite some time, when I’m too busy with shooting for my clients, I have very little time for casual photography. Ever since I bought a dslr 6 years ago, family snapshots is how I practice and sharpen my skills in photography. 2 weeks ago, my in laws visit our apartment for several days. So a trip to the nearest highland was set up. Initially I had a shoot (portraiture session) with Faizal and Syafarina but since the newlyweds was knackered from their honeymoon, plan changes into a family outing. Abang Zul and Kak Ju also brought their chubby and cute little baby Siti Balqis along. With such a beautiful subject, I got my inspiration to shoot. Post production was done by my wife (editing and design). I think they look fabulous!
Somebody needs her dose of medication first..and she took it with a big smile (^_^)
Mak Tok’s favorite
My only picture from the day…occupational hazard as a photographer…..nobody wants to take our picture…huhuhu
She’s very aware of camera…knows how to pose and look straight into the lens
The 85mm f1.8 is really a workhorse, never fails me especially on low light situation and helping to clear cluttered background. I’m thinking of getting an f1.4 version….super creamy bokeh…hmmm
My wife really knows how to play with black & white. Help me a lot to reduce my editing workload 🙂 Thanks baby
How I wish I can play at the outdoor park…maybe next time…
Didn’t I say she knows how to act in front of the camera?
The shopping mall in Genting is actually not bad. With lotsa shops, a cinema, food outlet and the options of playing at the indoor or outdoor park.
During our trip there, a Thai Songkran festival is ongoing at the concourse area. Lots of Thai product and food are on sale.
Cucu Tok Wan
Some products need no comment..just laughter…kekekeke
The only drawback of going to Genting on a labour day weekend is the number of crowd, we had to wait 45 mins just queuing to get to the cable car…about 350+ people in line…insane..