East Coast Park – a familiar site

There are family who prefer to be guided through the session, there are family who prefer to be left alone and there are family who prefer a bit of both. It is up to the photographer to realise what type the family fall into.

Sometimes being the observer brings a lot of joy in preserving memories for a family. The moments are spontaneous and there are a lot to capture usually. However, it will always challenging to capture something that is meaningful rather than shoot whatever moves.

I love the randomness in this shoot, through the randomness, it seems to define this family that is so dynamic but simple… I simply love it.

Regards,

Hart Tan
www.tomato.sg
info@tomato.sg
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Another year, another location, every single year

A family tradition sometimes irks me… that’s what I feel when I was younger.

As I grow older, I wish I had pay more attention to family tradition… sometimes it may sound or feel ridiculous but it only make sense when you finally “get it”.

Elle has been doing her family photography since she had the first child, and with 5 children, she has never fail to arrange for a family photography every single year.

What she want is simple… a simple portrait of the family looking good at the location that is familiar to them…

This year, it was 3rd year I did for them… I hope to continue to do the session for them as long as they are in Singapore…

Previous 2 years’ images

Regards,

Hart Tan
www.tomato.sg
info@tomato.sg
www.facebook.com/tomato.sg


A beautiful morning at Sentosa Cove

One of the most frequent ask question about a photo session would always be, where is the best place for the session? well, look no further, sometimes, you can just use one small corner of your home to do the session. Ultimately, it is about the people as far as my photography is concern. Location is just that, Location. A secondary to my work, but nonetheless tells a story about the family.

Regards,

Hart Tan
Associate Master Photographer
www.tomato.sg
info@tomato.sg
www.facebook.com/tomato.sg


Raffles Hotel Session with a 3 years old

I see the Montgomery family some 2+ years ago and it is nice to see them again. Raffles hotel is a great venue. It has sufficient shades and cover that allow for alternative should the day become really warm or drizzle.

However, as photographer, just make sure you are not obstructing traffic or make any excuse for the hotel staff to make any remarks. After all, we are at their private area.

Regards,

Hart Tan
Associate Master Photographer
www.tomato.sg
info@tomato.sg
www.facebook.com/tomato.sg


An Evening With Tomato Photo {Children and Newborn Photography} @ Singapore Art Museum – 1 July 2011

Hi all,

Tomato Photo has been invited by Singapore Art Museum to give a talk on Children and Newborn Photography for July 2011.

It is an honor to be given such privilege to share my vision in Children and Newborn Photography using Natural Light.

The registration started this morning and I believe it is full about 6 hours from the start of the registration… The respond is amazing… and I am grateful.

The event was a great success with more then 100 people turn up and glad that no one fall asleep during my 75 minutes talk… There were a lot of my “competitors” in the room…¬† it was interesting. Thank you everyone who put in their hard work to make this possible and for those who came to support the talk.

Regards,
Hart
info@tomato.sg
Tomato Photo


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