We were in Kundasang, Sabah to shoot Angie & Yuting’s prewedding. Angie was Amelyn’s ex-colleague from SIA and she wanted us to shoot for her prewedding as well as her actual day wedding. We suggested Kundasang for their prewedding as we’ve never shot there before as well. Kundasang dairy farm was our first stop for the shoot. It was very windy that day, and it took them much effort to climb that rock (above pic) and as for us, our camera was even shaking due to the strong winds. Despite that, we had quite some “gusty” experience and photos up there in kundasang dairy farm.
Love this spontaneous pose by Angie…
Shot this while Amelyn was shooting them…I think it was fun!
which then led me to take this photo… 🙂
and of course, an actual “look-at-the-camera” photo for keep sake!
We then went to the nearby golf club. Nice sun rays by then…
By the time we were over by early afternoon, they were both exhausted. We took a break and continued later in the evening at the Kundasang War Memorial..
English styled… 🙂
It took Angie much effort to do this pose, kudos to her!
On the second day, we departed early so that we can reach Kudat early for the shoot. Googled map and it showed about one and a half hour drive there. We expected longer – two hours the max. But it took us about 4 hours to reach there as the road was not in good condition. It was rocky at one part as constructions were going on. It was a bumpy ride and when we reached Kudat town we were partly tired and hungry. It was already noon. We had lunch and then headed to the longhouse there for our first shoot on the second day.
Angie’s cheongsam was nice and it suited the environment of this longhouse. We enjoyed shooting here as it was windy and no visitors were there at the time we were shooting. And the entrance fees was cheap. So we had the whole place for ourselves!
One of fav…backlight from behind as it was quite dark inside the longhouse.
Angie’s a natural… 🙂
After that, we made our way to the tip of Borneo. It was almost evening when we were there. It was windy and there were quite a crowd when we were there.
It was not easy getting down, but they never hesitated. Came so far for nothing was just not their style! 🙂 I agree!
That day the skies were washed out and we did not wait for sunset as it would be too late if we did. We had to make our way back to Kundasang! Another long drive back!
These were taken at the place we were staying – Kinabalu Pine Resort. It was taken on the first day.
Thanks again, guys for your patience and endurance for shooting under such dire circumstances – strong wind, hunger, dangerous cliffs and also bumpy road trips!
Coming up next – their wedding day in Singapore…