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Wednesday, 12-Nov-2008 16:29 Email | Share | | Bookmark
I've Moved

Hello Friends & my regular visitors,

I just want to say that I've moved to a new blog site at This decision was made because of speedier browsing experience at blogspot. This benefits you as a viewer and myself as the presenter.

Periodically I might posts some messages in fotopages (i don't know), but generally, from now on, new stuff will be posted at

Thank you for your support!

Thursday, 16-Oct-2008 18:36 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Hot Dang! The films are processed!

First of all, I'd like to congratulate my sister, Azah Ariff on the engagement to Borhan, a very nice chap from Tanah Merah, on 11-OCT-2008. Credit also goes to Fadzillah ( 012-2461931) he he, a little advertising, who did the hantaran deco.

All shots were taken with an el'cheapo RM9.80 Fuji Superia XTRA 400 + Olympus OM-1n + Zuiko 50mm f1.4. The cost of processing the film and converting it to CD was RM6.50, done by the lab I usually go to.

Please note that no alteration was done on the colours, levels, saturation. This is straight scan from my negatives and resized for web.

Without further adieu, I present my sister's best engagement pics:

Ni yang tak tahan ni....
My portrait, taken by my sister, Azah Ariff, an aspiring photographer too, on her engagement day, 11-OCT-2008, taken with Fuji Superia XTRA 400 &amp; Olympus OM-1n+Zuiko 50mm f1.4. She is now engaged to Borhan, a very nice chap. Damn, she had one shot and she nailed it! It's perfect! This is a frame!

It's nice shooting film again once in a while.

Friday, 10-Oct-2008 15:05 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Hot Dang I got My Olympus OM-1n after all!

Hot Dang! I finally got my Olympus OM-1n!

Thanks to an avid collector Teoh from Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. I saw his ad on the internet and quickly called him up, earlier this month.

I had the 50mm f1.4 for over a year without a body, and today I have one!

I've got a Fuji Neopan 400 with 26 frames left, rewound it, and stuck an "el-cheapo" FUJI Superia X-TRA 400 just to have a go at it for my sister's engagement tomorrow.

So, we'll see how it goes tomorrow, and see how the film turns out. I'm so excited to shoot film again. For now. Cheers!

Monday, 6-Oct-2008 21:23 Email | Share | | Bookmark
New Storyboard Album:10"x12" is now standard

Hello, I'd like to inform our clients that we now have upgraded our storyboard albums to the description featured below.

If you're interested for me to photograph your wedding, engagement, outdoor portraits, please do not hesitate to contact me via email or mobile. Best wishes & thanks for your support!

Thursday, 28-Aug-2008 10:41 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Updated 17-OCT-2008: Note to self: No more talk about switching to Nikon or Mamiya or any other makes. Just get off my a** and get more with whatever I have now.

That's it. I'm getting the new Nikon D90(Dang! It's only USD$1,000)! Bye bye Canon.

Note to Canon Inc. :

Please stop making any more new DLSRs before you start thinking of reducing your retail prices. Canon's new 50D camera is still more expensive than the D90. Talk about features difference. What the...?

My comment:
In early 2000 Canon was the leader in DSLR while Nikon was a bit behind. Probably because Canon manufactures it's own CMOS sensor, and has already has a solid production line for DSLR. Nikon was a late boomer and had yet come to a decent sensor. And today, Nikon has stepped up on the plate and regain it's place as the market leader of today's DSLR (this is strictly comparing Nikon to Canon).

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