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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

James and Cathy’s Solemnization Ceremony


Date: 25th December 2009
Time: Evening
Weather: Rainy
Location: Raffles Marina @ Singapore

I was lucky to be able to make it for James and Cathy's solemnization ceremony when I was in Singapore to celebrate Christmas. She's Angel's colleague and since I was there, so I just tag along. It was a long journey there. And to make it worse, it was raining really heavy. And it did not help when the cab driver don't know the way but keep insisting he knows and he blames the rain when is lost in that area. Round and round we went and we are still lost. Only when we start giving suggestion on direction then we managed to get there. Dumb cab driver and the fella did not even have the initiative to say sorry or give us a discount on the cab fare.

At the ceremony everything was relax and easy going. The solemnizer was a funny man. Everything went well except for the rain. A professional photographer was there. And oh my, what big gear and what a fancy flash thingy that he used. Well I did not use any sort of thingy. Not even a diffuser. (well, I wanted to use but I am too lazy to go buy one. Haha)

The journey back was interesting. Talked to the CFO of the company that Angel work in. Harold. Talked about computer stuff, photography stuff and movies, Avatar!. All this while we are seated in a BMW 5 Series, black. How cool is that? Anyway, talked to are some of the non professional, no diffuser on flash unit photos.


Some test shot for the exposure and flash power.


Some deco on the venue


The arch

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Sign sign


Cathy and Angel


Ahh, James Lee and Cathy Chen

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All ready


Reading the vow

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Ring wearing


Mr. and Mrs. James Lee


Family photo. Solemnizer on the far right


Dinner is coming


Door gift.

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Throwing the bouquet…


And she got it. :)


She’s happy with the bouquet

A very relax and simple ceremony. No troublesome ceremony and tradition thing.


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