Saturday, June 27, 2009

     

Backlog photos and stuff

Man. Lugging 2 lights+stands+17"MBP+1Ds MIII around in this weather, alone, is no freaking joke.

So tired my whole body aches so bad.

Thus, instead of heading down to Harajuku on a seemingly gorgeous Saturday, I'm gonna stay at home and emo, so I can rest up enough and repeat the above routine for tomorrow's shoot.


Cuz I'd been updating more on twitter than blogging, here's a random a mix of things from the past few months I'd been meaning to blog about. The pile is ever-growing but here's a start nonetheless.

Wacom Intuos4. Brand new from this trip.

This thing's so freaking gorgeous I wanna put it on display. Like, serously.

The one I'd been using for the past years had been a 9x12 which is just waaaaay too huge to carry around for travel. This new one's medium-sized and is so much easier to bring around. Now I can bring it on shoots to do quick demos on the spot for clients and my team. Yayness. Thou I'd still prefer the 9x12 for long-period usage since it's better for my wrist.

Post-shoot snap with Kokusyoku Sumire in their beautifully decorated cafe, stolen from their blog here.

I super love the figurines in the background. They're made by another Japanese artist who doesn't sell them anymore. /emo

This shoot was for Gothic Lolita Bible Aug issue (I think)


Okay, moving on to end Apr/early May photos:

With my lovely assistant Abby in Kyoto

With Kagetsuki at the Ghibli Museum.

Also, if I may, plug her new awesome fashion blog with Dawn - Monoxious.

More from the Ghibli Museum and cafe~

My X Japan concert guest pass. Shiny stuff *_*

Goban used in The Go Master movie filming. The go-kes here weren't inside, they're just in collection of the person I visited, designed personally by Honinbo Shuei.

Shuei

Ninja Jingna making okonomiyaki in awesome Junya coat. Chris looking very very skinny...


And Gullimer's (sp?) Village for Young People, with nary a soul in sight. With Rick, Chris, and Abby who's cropped off because my self-portrait skills aren't awesome enough. ;_;

Birthday dinner


Paris:

From my meetup~ That huge white book is my portfolio. XD

Gorgeous new Givenchy jacket

Awesome old mag store on rue de Temple

Not forgetting the inevitable stuff that break our banks...


There're a lot of other epicness, recorded in my iPhone, and all lost along with it during the Paris trip. T_T Oh well~ at least I have this:

Awesome food on Singapore Airlines. Hahahha.

Last but not least, a polaroid with Ivory Flame after the Lilith shoot. She's really really super stunning to photograph~


Sorry for the seemingly outdated/bland stuff. I'm working on trying to finding something interesting to blog about but being so busy everything seems like they'd just be too boring for a read. I'm so sorry!! T_T

Heading to Jakarta on Monday!!

10 comments :

Cecilie Harris said...

Thanks for the blog updates, love seeing all your snapshot and images from your trips, shoots and walk abouts. I'm also finding myself spending more and more time on Twitter, but sometimes it's great to get a visual update like this. Keep it up :)

riverstyx said...

really nice! weird seeing ur hair change from blakc to brown and vice versa hehe :P

Anonymous said...

i love your blogs :) they are so interesting and it's great to see what you've been up! it's so so great to see great photographers like you getting on with what they do without the whole "blah blah stop copying me blah blah" if you get what i mean!
love love love your work :)
x

stefan said...

I love seeing all these photos from your travels and shoots. I always look forward to them C: Thank you for sharing!

pebble said...

wow~!! I envy your life. Traveling around the world.... sigh. Nice hair : )

riverstyx said...

also the ghibli museum looks so cool, i always wanted to go there..

Rick said...

oh wow! I'm so happy you posted those old pictures!! ^_^ I didn't have any with of all of us before.

I'm guessing the one that old guy took wasn't as good as your abby crop? hahaha

Elizabeth said...

you're so lucky to do what you like!
Everytime I visit your blog I'm shocked about your lifestyle.... you were at Ghibli Museum...wow! O.o
You're a fantastic photographer and I hope to have the opportunity to meet you a day.
In the meanwhile I'll try to find my artistic flair and to do my best to become a serious professional photographer.

Have a nice week.
xoxo

Mostly Lisa said...

found you through Flickr. Your work is stunning. also, the Intuos4 is sooo amazing. I couldn't live without mine!

Anonymous said...

hello there thanks for your grat post, as usual ((o: