i try b4, very good, abit different. if take video, lagi best, the couple stands not moving, then the crowds move ard. bcos take video, i just move away from the cam, the couple stands there, and the crowds see no ppl behind cam, they think not shooting, so they juz walk ard.
If you really want to venture, I recommend places around Johor. Not the city but the outskirts. Places like Desaru, Kota Tinggi, Pontian and so on.
In JB city there is a King's Palace, (opens to public from 9am-6pm, I think). There is plenty of greenery and old rustic house there.
Anything not sure, just asked the locals for permission. I am from JB. So no problem lar as I have done plenty of shoot there before. Just make sure you bring some portable lights (sold by afiend) which you can find in the Sticky Consumer Corner.
Last but not least, good luck and hope it turns out well.
thanks all for the response...
overseas is out.because of logistical and financial issues.no doubt overseas pics definitely has better scenary than sgp, which to us locals, has really been shot to death...
the mrt idea is good but is approval needed to go into any stations to shoot?i reckon the commuters will think we are irritating, not to mention we are obstacles for their early morning rush...:what:
was thinking of using 40-tiang(if u guys know where it is) as the backdrop and parking right in the middle of it.what u guys think?scarlee TP comes along then tio liat!
keep the ideas coming ok?very very much appreciated!:thumbsup: