Walau wei...Been quite awhile since i updated. Been having a hectic and tiresome week, but fret not I still managed to squeeze in a little time to do a shoot with Phei Yee at a place that I went to last week, Heritage Station KL.
In my last post I mentioned that I did not had the opportunity to go up to the hotel roof as it was closed. Well this time, I came early and prepared. Hehe
Most of the outdoor shots are shot using 2 flash guns. A Nissin Di622 as the slave and a SB600 as the master.
Using 2 flash guns definitely did make a difference. You may ask, why use 2 flash guns in the middle of the afternoon. Well I am not a pro and actually picked this up from some pro photography site, the main purpose of using flash guns in the bright afternoon skies is basically to eliminate any unwanted shadows.
I just hope I did it right. Does the pictures look overexposed?
It's always a custom to do jump shots on a roof.
Phei Yee looks like a dog trying to reach for a Frisbee in this shot. Lol
Was sweating profusely in like 30mins but Phei Yee was not. Wanna know why. Apparently I was carrying everything! Including her shoes!
Muah own jump shot taken by Phei Yee. She forced me to say she was a better photographer than me after this shot, but i guess the answer is pretty obvious on who is the better photographer, Nyeh Nyeh.
Ok the roof does look nice, but it will seem silly if we just shot the exterior, after exhausting all of Phei Yee's pose, we headed indoors.
Some silhouette shots with a little colour treatment.
Pretty mysterious and deep eh?
Well thats basically my take on Heritage Station in Kl. Exhausted my memory card with 150 shots as was shooting in RAW. Wanted to see the differences in shooting in different formats basically RAW is freaking big ass the file and JPEG is more like a compressed version, not too sure on that though will do more research. Well than that's it i guess, till next time!