I know I am two weeks behind this post, but hey, as they say, “Better late than never”. So here’s some Christmas themed portraits of this beautiful Italian family photographed in our studio. We’re so glad to have an abundance of props that we can whip out if needed! I love how multicultural Malaysia is… yet at the same time, we have an abundance of different nationalities passing through our doors. To date, we have photographed people from all continents of the world except for Antartica. :)
We’re pleased to be selected as one of the businesses to be featured in Pillars, the lifestyle arm of business newspaper Malaysia SME. Chi Yin is a dedicated, hardworking employee who has contributed so much to the company (Integricity Visuals) and our brand, Stories.my. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and being such a crucial team member to us!
Check out more about Chi Yin and her work by viewing her profile here.
Gone are the days where graduating students stand in front of a fake bookcase with equally fake smiles for a graduation photo. Graduating students want to have images that are modern, fun, hip and insta-worthy. While we can provide a ‘safe’ image for parents to print and display on their wall, we will also create images that are candid and natural. Our studio in Oval Damansara, TTDI has a natural setting that is suitable for such shots. We utilise various corners of our space for the session, including our hipster brick wall and we can even add on a couch and carpet to make it homely!
Alternatively, we encourage students to do graduation photos at their university or high education centres. It is a great way to remember the place they spent so many hours studying and developing friendships. The session can be combined with other friends, so it will be fun to shoot together. If family members are involved, then why not combine a graduation portrait shoot with a family shoot within the comforts of your home? Continue Reading
Nowadays, we have been getting more enquiries for family portraits at our studio compared to outdoor locations. I think most people find it challenging to convince large families to go to a park for a family portrait, especially if it includes a newborn baby and elderly parents! With the weather being unpredictable too with rain or haze, a studio photography session is the easiest option! Jeremy and Ariel are personal friends of mine, so it was really lovely meeting Ariel’s parents and her siblings. Thank you for coming by our studio! Continue Reading
This year, my daughter turned 6. Every year, I tell myself to do something simple for her birthday, but it always ends up elaborate! I guess it’s too much fun trying to think of party themes especially since she is at such a cute, young age. Last year, I had a lot of fun planning a unicorn party for Krysta and a fire station party for Kyle. If you’d like to view those photos, click here.
Thank God I had the help of another mother this year. We planned a joint chef / baking party for Krysta and Sherisse who were born 2 days apart. If you’d like some tips on how to plan a baking party, here’s how we did it at a low cost: Continue Reading