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Hi! Welcome and thank you for dropping by juesatta which is also the blog for CJ photography. Frequent traveler like CJ, enjoys much in learning the difference in culture and studying people. Every individual is unique hence he admires each of their story. Having his first digital camera with him was the greatest gift for his travels. He loves blending into people and environment in order to capture natural and genuine photographs. Much like his style of shooting, CJ puts himself in the crowd and captures many candid and genuine moments especially the touching and sweet ones making him the 'Candy Jar' of Love+...

[caption id="attachment_11013" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Meet the Murphy's[/caption] Promised to his children earlier, Murphy decided to bring his wife Ann and children Darren and Valerie to the beach for kite flying after Chinese New Year. He is a busy man with his career, however always does he reserve quality time for the family. Murphy and I were finding difficulty in scheduling a family shoot which he always wished for. After knowing his plan for kite flying at Klebang Beach on a beautiful evening, I told him I would tag along to have fun with his children, and also to do a casual family...

[caption id="attachment_10168" align="aligncenter" width="800"] A lovely evening with little boy Wen-Ze and little girl Wen-Er[/caption] Spending a day with little boy Wen-Ze and little girl Wen-Er can be so much fun yet challenging. They were cute and active and both siblings kept winding each other. We went to a hill in Tampin with both Wen-Ze and Wen-Er, and mom Tracy, letting them playing and running joyfully on the grass and capture joyful and spontaneous shots of them while having fun, more of a documentary than a portrait. Thanks to Kenn-Wai and Iu-Lung for assisting and we had a great evening with the family....