A Wonderful Christmas Night

Album Title: A Wonderful Christmas Night, Model: Nana, Photographer: Edwin Setiawan (me), Place: Taipei 101, Shinkong Mitsukoshi area, Date: 2009/12/18.

This album is special album because on that time is my first time doing night portrait photography ~ it’s a little bit different than day portrait photography. I create this album also for celebrating Christmas 2009, as an author of Just about Photography I wish you Merry Christmas 2009 and Happy New year 2010. In this album I also put many photos so be patient if you click read more because it will load many photos.

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Photo 14: (I also love shoot behind the model hehe….)

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Photo 22: (nice expression….)

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Photo 32: (wish you can be a professional model hehe….)

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Photo 36: (hand pose a little bit strange hehe….)

Photo 37: (love this expression)

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Photo 41: (this also my fave)

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Photo 49: (Merry Christmas 2009 to you all…..)

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I believe that next year will be better than this year ~ anyway the end of this year I will go to Korea just for holiday ~ I hope I can get nice photo there and upload in my blog soon hehe…..  Anyway I hope you like this album, comments & critiques are welcome ~ thanks for visiting my blog.

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9 thoughts on “A Wonderful Christmas Night

  1. @Antony Zhu:
    thanks….

    @B.Setiadi:
    謝謝你…

    @Rony:
    thanks, pake external flash dong….. ntar akan dibahas bedanya pake external atau ngandalin cahaya sekitar hehe… sabar ya….

  2. Stuuning portraits of this beautiful model. I especially love the ones with the lights blurred by shallow dof that create a festive spirit intuitively rather than literally.

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