Saturday, January 30, 2010

SOCIAL | CHROMA (ASIA)

SOCIAL | CHROMA (ASIA)
BY | BETTERMEN X LTBL

An experiment with celebrated people in the entertainment industry. The chroma screen (which means 'intense colour') refers to the green or blue screen in film production.

Reversing the concept of unit in space - In this social project; subjects are asked to 'disappear' into their favourite places (or places where they work); either to provoke, entertain, challenge or evoke an emotional reaction from the viewer.

This is an ongoing project between Bettermen X LTBL. Hope you love it, cos WE DO!! :D

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黑人老大 | 陳建州

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范范 | 范瑋琪

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Andy哥 | 張世明

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CIRCUS

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黑 Girls

Many more on our Facebook. Keep yourselves updated and join us there!

Loving life!! :D

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Kidnapper

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Photography by Let There Be Light

The newest suspense thriller film of Singaporean screenwriter, producer and film director, Kelvin Tong, is due to be released early next year. The movie, Kidnapper, was shot entirely In Singapore. Tong is not like other film directors who generally stick to one genre. Tong has been working in several projects before with different genres ranging from comedy, to horror and a martial arts movie. His film credits include “Moveable Fest” in 1996, “The Maid” in 2005, and “Men in White” in 2007. He was both writer and producer for the three films. Tong also has his own production company, Boku Films, which he set up together with his brother Leon Tong. Tong’s choice of actors for his new film, was also quite surprising since the cast that he selected were actors and actresses he had not worked with before. The cast include Christopher Lee (“The Wedding game” – 2009, “The Monkey King” – 2002), Phyllis Quek (“2000 AD” – 2000), and Jack Lim.

According to Lee, who plays a taxi driver in the movie, he had to change his good looks for the role that he was playing, “I cut my hair short for this movie and stopped coloring it so you can see my natural white hair.” Quek on the other hand, had some sleepless night due to the role that she plays. She said, “On the one hand she is being blackmailed but has to act as though everything is fine in front of her husband,” she then added, “I am constantly thinking how to get into character, how to show her dilemma and pain, to the point that I have problem sleeping.”

The movie is about a taxi driver, played by Lee, whose son was mistakenly kidnapped. Since he could not raise enough ransom, he then takes matters into his own hands and set out to rescue his son.

This movie is a joint production of RAM Pictures and PMP Entertainment of Malaysia and Singapore’s Scorpio East Pictures.

-- Write-up from http://www.flixunlimited.com --

Check out the trailer HERE!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

BETTERMEN X LTBL

A campaign named NANO B, with this shot featuring the Creative Director, Randy.

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Was great fun working with bubbles! Hahahah... :P

BETTERMEN

YEAH!! The new fan page is up, with more updates coming soon on http://www.bettermen.asia
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BETTERMEN
/ˈbɛtərmənt/ [bet-er-muhnt] - noun
1. the act or process of bettering; improvement.
2. an improvement of property other than by mere repairs

So... what is it?? Click here to join us on Facebook, and keep a look for for BETTER THINGS TO COME! 真的喔!! 好戏在后头!

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Huge thanks to Bettermen, here's to a Better LetThereBeLight too!
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Yay!!

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Chee Ming & Grace (Singapore - Hong Kong)

We're really happy that our Express Highlights are traveling with Chee Ming & Grace. With a wedding celebration in Singapore, and another in Hong Kong this weekend, we hope the guests in both countries enjoy the fun (of the gatecrash), and the beauty (of the church solemnization).

Catch up for mango desserts tomorrow! :)

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This cute granny was ecstatic to play a part in the Jie-Mei team!

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Hong Hiap & Soon Pang

Hong Hiap & Soon Pang were one of those couples who booked with us online without seeing our albums, nor meeting us in person. Thank you for your trust for our work! (Thank you Jack & Siew Hoon who recommended us!)

We're really glad we hit it off well, and really grateful that you celebrated such an important occasion with us. Still doing the editing of your photos, but here are some shots from your Express Highlights!

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A tired Hong Hiap having to clear the last ordeal of the gate-crash session - push ups on the stairs!! Against gravity woah... :D

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*your noodles make me feel hungry lah!

Adrian & Eugenia

Remember the exciting weather they had for their Pre-Wedding shoot? This time round, we were really happy that weather was good for Adrian & Eugenia's wedding day. Here are some tender moments of how three different generations of people enjoyed their wedding in various different ways.

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Nigel & Jolene

Having good lighting naturally is every photographer's dream. It was a instant moment that we caught Jolene in her most radiant of smiles as she waited for Nigel to get through the various gate-crashing tortures. By the way that Nigel was smiling (gazing) at her throughout their solemnisation ceremony, we know, that it was all worth it for him! :)

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Kim Fung & Lye Ting

We had some time for an outdoor shoot during Kim Fung & Lye Ting's wedding day. And boy, the weather was sunny and hot! Caught a group of army guys charging around on a family day thingy, but I think they were the happiest when they bumped into: the lady GIVING AWAY FREE ice-cream! That's what we call, being at the right place at the right time. :D

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Jeremiah & Shirley

Sharing favorite past times together is something that's unique to each and every couple. Some go for movie marathons, some cook, some share a favorite sport. For Jeremiah & Shirley, they amazed us with the simplicity of what they like to do. Yet with this simple way of spending time with each other, there's so much they can laugh about, and it's so easily accessible that they'll be able to do it everyday even within the convenience of their room. Guess! :)

Hahaha... doubt anyone would have gotten the answer, but hey. YOUTUBE! ;)

And here are some shots of their wedding.

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