What a beautiful month of September for Celine and Kevin’s wedding! I was very luck and it gave me so much pleasure to photograph their wedding.
Celine and Kevin folks’ houses are very near. On the actual day, we started at Celine’s place and the ‘brothers from the groom side’ had so much fun with the surprise door games set up by the ‘sisters of the bride’, especially doing the Wonder Girls’ Nobody dancing with coconut bras. Celine and Kevin also invited family and friends for the wedding dinner at Holiday Inn Melaka a week before the actual day ceremony.
It was really a nice wedding and both Celine and Kevin were one of the loveliest couples I have worked with. I wish all the love and happiness to Celine and Kevin, and thanks to them for having me as their photographer.
May all beings be happy. Below are some of the photos from the actual day ceremony and the wedding dinner:
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.”
outlook of Eye to Eye optical shop in Dataran Pahlawan shopping center
After helping my old friend, Henry to take staff photos of Eye to Eye optical shop a year ago, he asked me again to take a photo of the shop’s outlook end of last month. It was a difficult task and I completed in only few minutes.
While waiting for Henry to go for a tea break, I found the design of some optical frames very beautiful and interesting especially those of Ed Hardy, its amazing tattoo tastes design. Before I packed my camera into the bag, I took some photos of some nice frames and the staff Henry, Danny and a new colleague I yet to know her name.
If you happen to drop by Dataran Pahlawan Melaka, get a closer look of the beautiful glasses available from the shop.
Sharing the shots of the day. May all beings be happy.
PS: mention of the name cj might get you some discount. Hehehe..
Two days ago I went to visit En-en, baby of Janic. She is a cute, two-month old, and very healthy baby. Janic told me En-en has been very active lately and hardly feeling sleepy.
During my visit, I captured some photos of En-en and it wasn’t easy. En-en has associated love with Janic’s arms, thus cried and didn’t want to fall asleep whenever Janic left her on the bed for taking photos.
Thanks to Janic, hopefully we get to photograph En-en again, certainly together with the mom and dad. Little En-en shall spread smiles and warmth in the family. May she be as fascinating, beautiful and cheerful as her mother and as smart and kind as her father.
Do you know that millions of families still live in the dark? Many of the worlds poor live in dark houses without electricity or without the money to pay for lighting. According to statistics from the National Electrification Commission in 2009, 3 million households still remain powerless outside Metro Manila. And even in the metro, families still continue to live in darkness.
Now, thanks to a project called Isang Litrong Liwanag (A Liter of Light), by MyShelter Foundations. The foundation was established by a young Filipino entrepreneur, Illac Diaz, to create employment-generating projects using sustainable technologies to better the lives of the underprivileged there.
The program Isang Litrong Liwanag, aims to bring sustainable lighting to the poor in the Philippines using one-liter bottles of water embedded in roofs, with a goal to light a million homes by 2012. So far, more than 10,000 of the bottle lights have been installed across metropolitan Manila and the nearby province of Laguna in the last three months through the efforts of low income communities, local governments and 200 volunteers.
solar bottle bulbs
Designed and developed by students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the recipe is simple: water-filled soda bottles are installed through a cutout in a roof, with chlorine added to the water to prevent clouding, and the bottle is sealed to the roof to prevent leaking.
Once it’s all done the refracted light is powerful enough to brighten up a home. Light reflected from 1 bottle is equivalent to 55 to 60 watts of electric bulb, for almost ten months of the year.
This project helps some of the poorest Philippines residents save money and live better, in a renewable way. Hopefully this idea will reach the disprivileged communities worldwide.
Thanks to Iu-Lung to sharing this link. Like Isang Litrong Liwanag on facebook and check out the video below to see how this smart, low-tech solution works like charm:
Hi! I am CJ, blogger of Juesatta and photographer of CJ Photography.
I love and enjoy photography, thus make me a lifestyle wedding photojournalist and portrait photographer based in Melaka, a lovely town full of history and characters in Malaysia.
Wedding is the sweetest thing of one’s life because it celebrates love, therefore I have always been passionate for capturing beautiful, natural and romantic wedding day images of moments for couples to be cherished a lifetime.
Drop me an email email@example.com and will be great to hear from you!