Words that keep me going – {Children & Family Photography Singapore}

Hi all,

I would like to share a recent snipped email from one of the client of a recent shoot…

“I am speechless.. and so happy – I haven’t stopped looking at them, slide-show after slide-show, since I opened your email this morning. Wow. Wow. Wow! THANK YOU HART. I knew they would be good, but they are breathtaking! The only problem I have is: how on EARTH will I choose!!!! Oh dear.”

The thing is, although, it seems like an easy task taking pictures of children and family, but most of the stuffs that most of my clients don’t see is the background work that we need to do to ensure the business is running smoothly and they are being served as well as they should be.

Truthfully, when you make enough to fulfil you basic need, money don’t motivate you anymore…

Sometimes, I do ask myself, what makes me keep going… sometimes, I am just tired and feel like to stop and do nothing… I am always glad when an email from my client come through after the online gallery notification. It makes me alive again…

So thank you Tracey for making my day…

Here are some images from the session…

I hope you like them as much as I do…

Regards,

Hart
www.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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