IvanYolo I had the pleasure of conducting an absolutely mind-blowing pre-wedding photoshoot with Edwin, hailing from the lovely city of Singapore. And where did we decide to shoot this masterpiece, you ask?
Testing the Fujinon XF50mm f1.0 lens at a Fujifilm workshop for portrait photography in Saloma Bridge in Kuala Lumpur. It was a remarkable experience which allowed me to push the boundaries of my portrait photography and unleash my creativity in new and exciting ways.
A chance to get a hands-on of the Fujifilm X-H2S with the X-Trans V sensor and Fujinon XF23mm f1.4 lens for portraiture shoots at the Fujifilm Workshop in KL, organized by YL Camera & Fujifilm Malaysia.
This is my first-time outdoor portrait photoshoot with a foreign model featuring Sawitti Kim from Thailand. The theme for the shoot is ‘Bike Girl’. It took place in a car park basement.
This is the second street portrait photoshoot with Shirley. This was shot on a gloomy day, which is the best time to achieve a moody B&W street portrait.
It has been a while and I get to kickstart 2023 with a Chinese traditional qipao photoshoot in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year celebration.
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It’s a natural light indoor portrait photoshoot using the Kodak Vision3 500T motion picture film. All images are shot handheld and without using flash. View more photos.
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