Friday, September 12, 2008

Ricky & Lieying Pre-Wedding

When we first met them, they told us that they wanted "weeeeeee" as their pre-wedding photos. We was like, "huh? weeeee?"

Only then later that we realized that the "Weeeeee" is the Nintendo Wii. They actually wanted us to shoot them playing Wii at their home as their pre-wedding photos. It was such an unique idea that we immediately agreed on it. Heeh...

So, we worked out some itinerary for the day shoot for them last month. We had great fun at the playground in the morning, some Wii in the late morning, boardgames after lunch, and a nice evening at Holland Village which ended with a superb steak dinner at Foster and desert at Hagaan Daz . (Heeh, steak again. :p)

Here're some photos to share. :)

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lieying and ricky September 16, 2008 at 11:26 AM  

Hey guys, thanks a lot for the wonderful experience and pictures! My friend said she felt genuine happiness from the pictures that made her wanna get married. ;p
We had so much fun that day! :D Thanks again Chuian Feng, Yong How and not forgetting Mindy! You guys were great! :)

CF September 16, 2008 at 8:32 PM  

Ricky & Lieying, Glad you like the photos. :)

You guys are truly happily in love, which explains the genuine happiness that was portray thru the pictures.
We also enjoyed your company that day. And of course thank you for your wonderful steak treat. :)

Tey Yong How September 16, 2008 at 8:42 PM  

Hey Lieying and Ricky.

Really glad that you like what we've done for you. It's really a great experience to shoot with you in such a fun way.

Keep the joy going for your wedding day and life after that too! :)

Miss Gly October 2, 2008 at 4:40 PM  

wow these are just the most amazing moments to capture. these are just great. what kind of camera do you shoot with?

CF October 2, 2008 at 6:34 PM  

Hi Miss Gly,

Thanks for your compliments. We used mainly canon cameras with good lenses. :)

Andrew Lim Attan October 25, 2008 at 2:26 AM  

Yo Ricky,
Very happy that you're getting married. Your home looked lovely and you looked 'cute' in your yellow tie playing the Wii guitar.

And yes, the photos are great. Capture the "you"

Cheers and see ya.

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