I have been invited by Olympus Malaysia to give a short talk on “Photographing Your Child” on this Saturday, 8 May 2010, 4pm at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur. So, do drop by if you are interested. For more details, please refer to the image below:
We are also having a photography booth for babies and children at the event from 7 to 9 May. Do look out for the Olympus Booth! Bring your child, or somebody else’s child… … hahaha… and enjoy a photography session with me! And don’t forget… there shall be some good deals on Olympus’s compacts and PENs too.
Oh yeah.. she’s no longer a baby. She’s 3 this year. I have been a photographer for this family for years and it all started with her parents’ wedding years ago. Pics of her birthday party last year is HERE. Here are the some of my favourite pictures this year. For all those who are interested to hire me as your photographer and wish to view full sets of portfolio, it’s all available. Just contact me via phone or email 😉
I love to watch her grow. I have been photographing her mum since she was pregnant till now. This picture is taken a couple of months ago when she still had her “static hair”. I don’t see that hair anymore in my most recent photography session with her 2 weeks ago. 🙁 But she still is really cute! And she kinda has an attitude now… haha.. hard to get a smile out of her lately…
Don’t you just love babies?
Olympus really does produces excellent skin tones! Babies, babies… … We were all once like this!
Blessed Birthday Alysha! For an interesting video by Eddie, click here.
Hope this picture cheer you guys up out there in this gloomy world – Michael Jackson died, swine flu, economy down, Malaysia’s political situation, more-and-more-“photographers” charging cheaper, nasi kandar still so expensive, sucky photographers winning awards(subjective), everything getting more expensive(except for digital SLRs), poor getting poorer, more and more babies being thrown away, homeless not fed and dying, children being sold to prostitution daily, etc, etc… never-ending human rights violations. Let’s all not forget life is not just about ourselves.