Gather Your Kampung For Family Photoshoot

For all the things our families have done for us, be it big or small gestures, when we were younger or recently – sometimes we can’t thank them enough, even for just being there with us.

That’s what family is, always being there for and with you at the end of any day, and doing it all over again.

When someone asks “How is your family like?”, we can’t answer them at times because all we see are flashes of memories from different parts of our lives which made such a big impact on us that… we become speechless? All of a sudden we’re not sure how to string words together to describe our family, because all the bitterness and all the sweet memories mixed together, is quite  indescribable.

But you know how it feels – how your family is like. Words cant quite describe your family like how you feel.

But photos portray how you feel. Somehow though, photos really do say thousands of words. Cliche, I know! But that’s the truth behind why we become photographers. The amount of love and gratefulness that you feel towards your family, it shows in the photos. From how you treat each other during the shoot, how you smile with each other to your body language when you take photos with each other. And this still shows even though some families do not live together in one household anymore – maybe because they are separated by seas, circumstances or work. But when everyone gathers the whole kampung, you paint a perfect picture. Every individual playing their role that somehow ties the relationship into your unique family.

There’s no better gift and expression of gratitude than making a keepsake of the people who loves you and vice versa, and enjoying the shoot with each other – the core meaning and drive behind a reason to capture memories. Sometimes, this is why photos are a great way to express gratitude and love to the people you cherish, because they get to hold onto a tangible memory too.

So, gather your whole kampung! Bring your cousins from overseas, bring your siblings, bring everyone together once again for a mini gathering, and take memories while at it.

The impulse to save our recorded memories is a powerful testament that tells us much about the importance of photography in our lives, and also the desire to capture our most precious moments into images.

Photographs are a wonderful thing. When we are happy we like to look at them, to remember the joyous occasions. And we do the same thing when we’re feeling down or sad.

We scroll the photos on our social media account and reminisce upon photo albums that have keenly served as as a tangible memoir to help us remember essentially the great past times with people we care about. Also in a lot of cases, to remember the ones who have left us behind.

We couldn’t think of any person who would not like to be photographed. Maybe there are individuals out there, but perhaps their numbers are few to come.

Presenting someone with a photography session that they and their families can enjoy is thoroughly a rewarding thing. We have yet to come across any family who refuses to be photographed, in actuality, most would jump at the chance to have their moments captured. 

It’s always a good time to create memories. Hold on and cherish your time with your loved ones, because time is gonna pass by quick. If you are curious and want to find out more about the photography services we rendered, simply shoot us an email at info@bambiniphoto.sg or Send Us a Message and we promise to get back to you in the nick of time ;)

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Sweet Creatures | Family Studio Photography

Another family photography session  involving a lovely family of four.

We had the chance to meet a shy, sweetest and most gentle-natured girl.

She is what our photographer can relate to most, being an introvert herself.

It takes time to break the ice and make her open up and smile for the camera.

Posing for the camera can be a daunting task for some children who are not familiar with it.

Having been around children, our photographers know what makes them tick, and it helped that she is such a sweet creature.

Her brother on the other hand is a polar opposite, he likes running around and just like any other boys his age- he simply can’t sit still.

All in all we had a blast shooting this lovely family.

 

 

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Oldies but Goodies | Family Studio Photography

We have the privilege of having two folks gracing our studio as part of a 60th birthday family photography session arranged by their daughter.

There is this sense of admiration towards these experienced folks, who have been through so much more, who seems larger than life.

These folks, who live in a time where sophisticated technology still did not quite exist. Them who appreciate personal and genuine connections, who hold the importance of family gathering, togetherness and everything done with what we’d familiarly know as the ‘kampong’ spirit.

Something real. Something that is quite lacking in this day and age among the younger generation who seeks solace not among other human but gadgets, apps, technology.

Chinua Achebe once said that, “I think back to the old people I knew when I was growing up, and they always seemed larger than life.”

And they are. LARGER than life itself.

We hope to see more of these folks in our studio.

 

 

 

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