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Lina + Terence’s Wedding (Nikah and Sanding)

Lina and Terence’s wedding is the very first Malay wedding I have photographed, so this is quite a milestone in my wedding photography career. The celebrations spanned across two days, starting with the Akad Nikah event: ? And the Bersanding event the next day:

The Importance of Family Portraits

Being a photographer, I am rarely in front of the lens, so naturally I have very few images of myself. Only after starting my own family have I begun to appreciate the value of good family portraits. Here’s a portrait of my daughter and myself at Kings Park, taken by my wife during our holiday…

Kuala Lumpur Indian Engagement: Manoj & Kamales

Manoj & Kamales’ Hindu Indian engagement ceremony at Sri Sithi Vinayagar Temple in Petaling Jaya on 12th July 2009. Followed by a breakfast reception and a quick portrait session after that. Engagement bells? 🙂 The stars of the day

Hindu Indian Wedding: Subbiah & Eshwari

The traditional Indian wedding of Dr Subbiah and Dr Eshwari at Raja Rajeswary Temple on 5th April 2009

Hema & Ranjith’s Wedding

Hema & Ranjith’s traditional Indian wedding at Sri Mahamariamman Temple in Kuala Lumpur, and reception at ISHQ Restaurant on 15th November 2008. The Bride’s and Groom’s respective waiting rooms before the ceremony. Blessing ceremony at Zion Cathedral, just love the way the neon cross stands out against the deep blue sky They even had a…

Hindu Ceylonese Wedding + Punjabi Sikh Wedding: Davinder & Shahlini

This is the 2nd part of Davinder and Shahlini’s Punjabi-Sikh and Ceylonese-Hindu Indian wedding celebrations. Ceylonese-Hindu Indian Wedding Here are some shots from the Hindu Indian Wedding on the evening of 21st June 2008. Punjabi Sikh Wedding (Anand Karaj) The Sikh wedding was held the next morning on 22nd June 2008. Wedding Reception And the…

Davinder & Shahlini’s Wedding (Ponnurukku, Sangeet, Maiya)

I’ve just completed coverage of Davinder and Shahlini’s grand wedding celebrations which took place over a period of 5 continuous days. As it was a Punjabi Sikh and Ceylonese Hindu marriage, the celebrations included a gold-melting ceremony (Ponnurukku), groom’s party (Sangeet), bride’s oil ceremony (Maiya), groom’s oil ceremony (Maiya), a Hindu Indian temple wedding, a…