Thank you

yesterday, i post the below image (the image was captured in Sekinchan with my two lovely kiddo) tagging some of my friends who walk along the path in my life.. without their support, I cant go thru my life this far… and now, I would like to express my appreciation to all my clients / couples who entrusted us since the day I begin my wedding photography journey back in Sept 2007. It is almost 4 years now.. time flies.. and I cant believe I  captured more than 350 weddings over the last 4 years. Recently, I did a questionnaire requested by a magazine editor who ask me what keep me on going and motivated in this wedding photography… of course, $$ is part of it hahaha, no doubt, gears and photography are expensive ok … well. beside that, the major part or reason for me not to take other genre of photography i.e macro, landscape, and commerce , etc , is that I really love the feeling and satisfaction of capturing the moments in the wedding ceremony itself. Like I always said, I love to daydream one days after 10, 20, 30 years of the couple marriage, when they look back at all the moments captured and look at each others and give each other a smile.. that is all that matters to me…it is always unforgettable moments after the fast-edit slideshow, couple shaking our hands and express their appreciation and happiness on our work.

This evening, I met up with another client for details briefing on her wedding next month. At the end of the conversation, she told me, she been following my blogs since three years ago and finally today we met up, even though she booked our photography service for almost a year ago. I am truly touched and stunt for a moment, not sure how to answer or reply her. Thank you so much for all the trust and love from all of you…. there is nothing better than having clients who appreciate our work. I will do my best to keep my passion towards wedding photography…. once again, thank you…


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