Monthly Archives: May 2011
Thanks to Ken Pak Photography (www.visualsketch.com), I was able to join their team to cover two weddings recently. It was quite educational in terms of observing how the photographers interact with the clients and what needs to be said and done to maintain the control. And the weddings are always fun to cover.
J.J’s class went on a field trip to the National History Museum. I went with his class as a parent volunteer. There I saw Ethan, J.J’s classmate. He was gazing at one of the exibitions. I really liked his intense look and took a shot before he looked away.
One benefit of running a restaurant is that I can always use the space and the props for the photo sessions. DJ Cube is a friend of mine who needed to have a profile photo taken. I thought about how I can maximize the impact of his profession in one photo. With several images I had in my mind, I […]