After a long hiatus due to my engineering projects of Digital Piano and IR Remote Program Code Reader and final exam, I’m now free for at least 1 month..
And speaking of busy, I didn’t really touch my camera for quite some time and Tony, Jason and I did some stress release by having 2 pretty coursemates from the Chemical Engineering major to have a photoshoot with us..
It’s fun to have them with us on a Saturday morning at Taman Bukit Jalil with few “country themed gardens”..
Here are some of the photos..
This is Tan Qian, hailed from China..She’s been staying in Malaysia for more than 5 years and speaks good local slang as well
Mei Ling, a sweet girl who seldom talks but once you’ve got to know her, she’s kinda chatty too..
*I want you!*
Most of the photos were taken using Sony SAL-75300mm, zooming at full-range..
One of my habits of taking outdoor portrait photoshoot is using tele lens..The bokeh effect is one of the reasons..
You don’t even need a low aperture tele lens to get some nice bokeh and that will serve you pretty well as a starter at a more affordable price..
There’s an abandoned house kinda place which I think it’s not supposed to be like that but it’s quite old and not well maintained hence the wrecked window frames..
Correct me if I’m wrong..LOL..
*The dark moment*
This photo is to reflect her “darkest moment” hence the black and white style to further enhance the feeling in it..
The feeling of being abandoned doesn’t feel good at all..
The long-wait for someone seems to be very torturing..
I must applaud Tan Qian for her anticipation in this photoshoot as she put up a great emotion on this set..
Jason requested her to shed some tears, not to the extent of crying out loud and yeah, she did it perfectly..
Just a slight teary eyes for this set and I can actually feel her when I was looking into her through the lens..
For more photos do head over to my Facebook album of Mei Ling And Tan Qian Photoshoot..