JAC Photography proudly present another collection of destination wedding photography at the Rasa Sayang Resort, Penang. Rory and Melanie – a couple from Australia decided to get married at the World Heritage island – the Pearl of Orient – Penang. Rasa Sayang Hotel meticulously planned the garden wedding by the beach for this wonderful couple. Decorated with rose petals along the garden forming a red carpet marking its way along the aisle. At the end of aisle, that’s when Rory and Melanie were brought together by the celebrant. Attended by their family members, the wedding ceremony went on smoothly. Sea breeze and sunset turning the warm sunny evening into a romantic evening as they begin their journey of love. Venue: Rasa Sayang Hotel, Penang (email@example.com) For more information, kindly contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Blogged by Christopher the JAC Photographer (email@example.com)
Joe and Ilona both are based in London and came to Malaysia to celebrate their big day. It was one awesome wedding reception! There was so much energy and excitement through out the night till my camera almost couldn’t catch up with the on-going heat. 😀 Joe and Ilona planned a dance entrance along with their close relatives and friends, then a dance party at the end of the dinner. Friends and families came from all around the world to celebrate this special occasion with them. Your Passionate Photographer firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again, JAC Photography will be participating in the wedding fair organized by G-Hotel. It’s our honor to be partnering with Focal Concepts & SolCover in this fun & exciting event. For those who are getting married in 2010/2011, don’t miss the chance to meet-up with all the wedding related vendors and grab all the special offers! See you there tomorrow! 21st March 2010 Sunday.
If I still remember correctly, it was a Christmas party… with a theme of 1960’s… I was staying at my in-laws’ place while my brother-in-law was hosting his friends… I thought it would be fun to snap a few photos for them since they spent the effort to dress-up for the theme… Here’re what I get without any preparation. I didn’t have my umbrella set nor my softbox. I only had my single SB800… For more photos we took that evening, come to our Facebook Page! ~ tecksiong ~ If I still remember correctly, it was a Christmas party… with a theme of 1960’s… I was staying at my in-laws’ place while my brother-in-law was hosting his friends… I thought it would be fun to snap a few photos for them since they spent the effort to dress-up for the theme… Here’re what I get without any preparation. I didn’t have my umbrella set nor my softbox. I only had my single SB800… Your Passionate Photographer ~ tecksiong ~
Photographing baby boy seems to be more challenging, especially an aggressive one. Issac was initially very cool and quiet when he first saw me. He was observing me carefully and trying to approach me and my camera. Slowly, he got warmed up and started to run around, showing me his toys and books. We became friends! I would like to thank Sue & Terence for putting their trust on my skill. Initially, I felt a bit tension when I learned that Sue knows many great commercial photographers through her work. But it was my honor to learn that Sue appointed me because she was looking for different style, something different from what she often sees in work. “Candid Portraits” is what I call my style 🙂 ~ Your Passionate Baby Photographer ~ tecksiong +6 O12 25O 93O3 email@example.com
It’s my honor to be selected by Fadillah & Rusydi among all the other photographers whom they had considered. This is my second time covering a Malay traditional wedding. Moreover, I had the chance to cover one of the most important part of the wedding – the Akad Nikah (solemnization)! It was a fun experience I had with Sydi & Fadillah. Sydi managed to obtain the permission to shoot in one of the most beautiful mosque in the world – Masjid Zahir. Check out the Wiki of the mosque here! It was a great experience to me as a photographer. We had also spent an evening in front of the beautiful Palace of Sultan Kedah for some night portraits. The huge front gate look really grand! Running around and taking photos at the paddy field was also another tiring yet fun experience. Now, feel free to scroll down for a few of my favorite shots of the day! They are also the couple’s favorite shots! ~ Your Passionate Photographer ~ tecksiong +6 O12 25O 93O3 firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s the thirteenth day of 2010 as we enter the new year. Waving goodbye to 2009, I finally could spare an hour to review back the accomplishment of JAC Photography. Without a doubt, JAC has once again climbed a higher mountain in 2009 and burst a higher peak. the team The team now consisting of four photographers whom are passionate and capturing every wedding as though its their own by giving the best. Equipped with skills of our own, we ensure the moments are captured to bring the best of the environment, motion, emotion and cheers. Christopher Choong – co-founder & JAC Photographer | Wedding, Event, Portraits, Products Jonathan Siau – co-founder & JAC Photographer | Wedding, Event, Portraits, Products Teck Siong Ong – a Senior JAC Photographer | Wedding, Event, Products, Baby/Family Candid Portraits Victor Hew – a Senior JAC Photographer | Wedding, Event, Portraits, Couple gratitude We are utmost gratitude to the 40 customers turned friends throughout 2009 for believing in us to capture the celebration of love of your lives. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts and we congratulate you once more and wish all of you a blissful live ahead. Your moments of joy and […]
“Hi Christopher! Thank you so much for photographing our wedding. The photos are amazing! Can’t wait to show everyone back home!” – Marco & Rebecca from Adeleide, Australia