May 10

Here are some selected photos from our pre-wedding photoshoot at Seoul. We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed taking them.

Namsan Tower.

Namsan tower is a very popular destination for tourist.

There were many around, but we found a nice secluded spot for these.

This was taken at the palace. The next few photos were also taken within the palace.

A beautiful shot with they city skyline and Namsan tower in the background

This photo was taken within 3 minutes while we were rushing to catch the last train back, and to catch the fried chicken + beer before the restaurant closes. While we were treading through this pedestrian tunnel, our numerous training and courses which had trained us to see beyond the plain old tunnel. We set up, placed the two love birds and asked them to show us the FIRE in them. Then.. CLICK ! … and we were on our way back to our beers and fried chicken.

The next day we woke up early.. our location : the site for Winter Sonata!

The photo location above should be familiar to those who follows the series.

Actually, the entire location should be familiar to those who follow the series


This location, Nami Island, is also another very popular tourist spot, for both foreign tourist and locals a like.

But we were quick to find several nice spot.

Spots which are away from the crowd.

But sometimes, there is no escaping the crowd,… so we made use of them to make this photo a little bit more interesting.

One of the iconic paths, lined with trees. It was cold, too bad there’s no snow to coincide with the ‘Winter Sonata’ location theme.

So that’s all there is for now. We hope that you enjoyed the photos. I am sure the lovely couple also did enjoy the photoshoot, as tiring and hectic it maybe, but fun it was!!



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Jun 16

It has become some what of an annual trip for us at FingerOnShutter, the annual Bangkok trip. Basically it’s more of a foodie trip, but we usually coincide our Bangkok trip with one of the motorshows. It’s either the Bangkok International Motorshow or the AutoSalon show.

Anyways, we time our trips so that we have both food as well as our other interest, motoring.

The motorshow is one of the main attractions of the year in Bangkok. The other attraction, which coincides with the Bangkok AutoSalon is the Bangkok Food Fest. Now that’s a whole other story. Maybe we shall try it out next year.

This year we tried to use the public transport to head to the motorshow venue. It was an extremely hot day. And being clueless on the transportation, especially the bus from the BTS station to the venue, we were left sweating in the sweltering heat of the day waiting for the bus we were unsure if it were coming our way. We ended up hailing a cab instead. So if anyone knows how to get to the venue using public transportation (not cab), please do let us know.

But once we were there, we were treated with wonderful sleek models!!

Both cars and the ladies :)

And yes… despite the stereotype, they are all ladies. Unless you like ahquas, then you had better look elsewhere. HAHAHA.

We were there on a weekday, which may explain why there were less visitors. But there were still a lot of people as you can see here.

There were lots of car models on display, many of them the latest models or upcoming models. Very interesting indeed to be able to see ‘in the metal’ these new models.

There were also bikes.

Interesting bikes..


And a display of older bikes, like this Yamaha 100 Sports which I used to ride.

They showcased future bikes as well.

Like this Batman style bike.

As well as very interesting, and cute, modified scooters like this one.

Enjoy the rest of the photos below.

This is a very interesting shot… hehe


This is a very interesting thing… a car seat which doubles as a powered wheelchair.

All in all, it was a very interesting visit to the motorshow. For your additional information, the entrance fee was… and probably will be for next years to come… 100baht.

That’s all for the motorshow… wait for the next blog..  where we showcase a bit on the motorshow’s model…


We meant models like these..

Stay tuned!

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Jan 03

My parents just came back from a holiday trip to China. Somewhere in China, if I am not mistaken, they went to this place where there is a hole in the mountain with stairs leading up to that hole. Anyways, the took quite a bit of photos. And in that photo, I could see a lot of people holding DSLR cameras.

Which got me thinking; is there a need to lug along a DSLR along with out for a holiday?

It’s a topic of much debate.

One corner, you have the people who thinks it’s an absolute necessity. This is because you are on a holiday and you want the best possible picture quality of your holiday. This is especially true when you are at that ‘hole-in-mountain’ place where it is scenic and beautiful. Then there’s the other school of thought; that a DSLR only impedes your enjoyment of the moment. This is because of the shear size and weight of the DSLR and it’s accompanying lenses and accessories.

So which is which now? Should you or should you not bring along your DSLR for your holiday?

Well it very much depends on your holiday. Do you get to capture National Geographic type of moments? Like maybe the Festival of Color where people throw or colored powder everywhere? Or maybe a very scenic type location?

For me, and personally me, I prefer travelling light. This means downsizing whatever I can, including my camera. There are several times when I do not even bring along a camera. Weird? but it’s true. My smartphone’s camera is good enough for me to capture certain photos for remembrance.

Anyways, during my last trip to Bangkok and also Bangkok Auto Saloon, I only had with me this..

A Nikon J1 + Adapter + 50mm f1.4. Oh.. not forgetting the standard 10mm lens which came with the camera.

It was wonderfully light, compact and very easy to lug around.

That’s me at the Auto Saloon location, with just a belt pouch to keep the camera. Unlike the trip we took to Seoul, this is me..

.. heavily bogged down with a backpack filled with gear.

So it’s all down to priorities. Mine is to travel light, unless location calls for better quality photos, better quality in terms of being able to make money out of selling better resolution and higher quality photographs. So is basically up to you if you want to bring along your DSLR along. No one is going to laugh at you, not especially if you have the opportunity to capture something so beautiful and being able to sell it for money later on.

But for me, my plans for travel in the near future calls only for my trusty Nikon J1.

Oh.. and by the way, the first three photos above of a beach location is taken using a smartphone.

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