Friday, 25 November 2011

Accidental Saigon Photoshoot


I’m listing down possible topics for my blog and  places I’ve been to and realized that the list is so long! Wow!  I've never realized how  lucky I am to have the chance to enjoy these places. What  topic to start blogging about is a big question mark on my head!


Then I  came across my folder of accidental photoshoot in Saigon and it made me smile.  We used to have a multi-racial factory work force in Malaysia and 60 of them are Vietnamese, they stayed with our company for 5 years, being with them 10 hours a day, 6 days a week,  I've learned to love Vietnamese food and their interesting culture.  One thing about Vietnamese is that they love picture taking.  When we went to Saigon, I was still surprised to see photoshoots everywhere!!



I will blog about my Saigon trip separately, for now Let me share a few shots from this accidental photoshoot… enjoy!! 




Camera Used:  Panasonic Lumix FZ35



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27 comments:

  1. These are very nice shots.

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  2. Absolutely love your work/ photoshoots Violy.
    Keep them coming...

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  3. thanks so much Kanwar and BJ! ;-)

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  4. The photos are very nice Ms. V! As I recalled, your mom described to me how you grew up with photography in your family, and fully appreciate its historical, social and artistic qualities. It’s in your blood! More photos please ;)

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  5. i love the first photo. =) it reminds me of my wedding gown.

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  6. pretty nice shoots... love to capture that moments with my DSLR Camera... thanks for sharing...

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  7. You took these photos? They are superb and still accidental? I love them all.

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  8. Gorgeous shots! The first photo is just, wow! The B&W made it more dramatic.

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  9. sooo lovely! weddings are the most exciting scenes for photoshoot! Gorgeous!

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  10. Nice shot, ang glaing ng pagakuha.Accidental but the best photos.

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  11. I love the last shot ... very ethereal ... I love the mystery it evokes.

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  12. The pictures are in high resolutions. They're in good quality. They're taken by a professional photographer with a high quality camera. All are in best takes!

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    1. Thanks Sir Gil! Actually I'm not a professional photographer just a hobbyist and my camera is just a simple one with fixed lens.. still not convinced yet to buy an expensive DSLR! Thanks sir for dropping by! ;-)

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  13. thanks for sharing the pic, keep on sharing your experiences in vietnam

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  14. nice pictures!

    What brand is your camera? model? lens?

    http://travel-on-a-shoe-string.blogspot.com/2012/01/rotavirus-vaccination-must-for-every.html

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    1. Hi Cha!! I'm only using a fixed lens camera, my Panasonic Lumix FZ35. Thanks for dropping by! ;-)

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  15. wow! I love the pictures. I only have a few knowledge about Vietnam and their culture. Perhaps its time for me to read things about them.

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  16. The lady in the last photo is gorgeous! Is that you? The first photo too is stunning! :)

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  17. and u call those accidental photo shoots? those look great...

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  18. Thanks for the information about the camera. I need more information before I buy one. I'll read more about Panasonic Lumix FZ35. Cheers!

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  19. Your trip is pretty interesting! :))
    The images are nice too! I should read that post about your trip. It might encourage me. lols

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  20. I got wowed looking at the first pic... no not look I stared awhile, lol! Parang gusto kong gayahin, hahhaha...

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  21. did you took these shots? wow, galing naman ng angles... parang professional. for something called accidental shots, these are pretty amazing. Yahweh bless. http://trunklocker.blogspot.com/2012/01/to-write-or-not-to-write.html

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  22. omg! nkaka-inlove <3
    super nice shots mam! :)

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  23. The pictures are nice but once again, I find that you are using the words of another blogger. You are taking credit verbally for words that were written by someone else. You shouldn't plagerize. Create using your own logic and not the creativity of others.

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    1. Thank you sir for visiting my blog greatly appreciated. Can you pinpoint sir which exact website I have copied these words? Have you even read what I wrote sir? I think you are mistaken What's the name of the writer who lived and worked jn Malaysia with Vietnamese workers?

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  24. haha..nO difference from a lot of Filipinos...And you can count me in...Love picture takings...

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