While in Vietnam, Ashley was preparing to serve her mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Before she left, she wanted to do a small photoshoot with her Mary and family.
It was the day before Lunar New Years, thus it was a busy day and lot of fun going around Nhà Thờ Đức Bà (Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica) and the park across the street to take photos.
I used my Sony A65 along with my Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 SAM Lens. One thing I wish I had was that I had a wider lens - you really can't take it for granted.
I've always wanted to go to New Zealand - I heard it was beautiful.
Well, lucky me, Sam asked if I could take their wedding photos, in Auckland New Zealand - you can already imagine my joy.
For this wedding, Sam lent me his Canon 5D Mark III and Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II USM Lens to use alongside with my Sony A65 and Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 SAM Lens.
Though the Canon 5Diii was a powerful camera and took beautiful images, it only solidified my personal preference in live view and electronic viewfinders (EVF) - generally speaking, I'm a happy Sony Alpha user. Shooting in raw is certainly important also - I decided I'd work more in raw + JPG from now on.
Jenny finally found her soulmate and I had the privilege to take some engagement photos for her and Aaron.
I learned quickly that I shouldn't use vivid as the colours would be too strong and unnatural.
The gear I used was my Sony a55 and Sony SAL 18250 DT 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 Lens.
My first photoshoot ever after purchasing my first DSLR/DSLT camera, Sony A55.
Matthew Kea, who plays Spanish guitar - Flamenco, asked if I can help take a few photos for him at Bluestone Restaurant and I thought it'd be a good chance for me to work on my photographic skills.
This was the phase when I was just learning to use a DSLR/DSLT and really pushed the limits of the A55 working in a dimly lit environment.
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