Monthly Archives: February 2010

皇帽瑞狮喜迎虎 - 说不出的爱

《说不出的爱》

今天晚上,8pm,Channel 8

每一部剧都要靠台前和幕后的共同努力

我想下次能和国黄演搭档!

三位男生多有默契!

哈哈!

这个家好大!!

谁在偷拍?!

第一次和文海大哥一次对戏

扮鬼脸!

拍完了,大家都轻松了!

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我喜欢打架!

In preparation for my role as a bodyguard in the Carlsberg Telemovie Showcase, I managed to squeeze in only one lesson on martial arts/fighting due to my hectic filming schedule. Although it was only a two-hour session, it had to make me look like I had years of training.

This day, I was down for a 12-hour shoot day, all of which were fighting scenes. It was the best workout ever!

During filming, the stunt coordinator will choreograph the fight sequences on the spot, and that’s when I will try to learn as much as I can before going for actual take. Unfortunately, due to the urgent telecast dates, we do not have the luxury of time to practise and perfect the moves. It’s usually 3 or 4 rehearsals before we roll and shoot.

Here’s a sneak peak before the actual episode airs on Sunday 7 February at 8pm on Channel 8.

Last Roadshow!

Come Join Us Tomorrow!

6 February 2010

7-10pm

Blk 280, Bukit Batok East Ave 3

我们和你有约哦!

据Pornsak说,他是模仿。。。

上个星期的户外活动,Pornsak提到在戏里他是模仿导演的动作。

导演在这场戏里在干嘛呢?

这是我们在彩拍的时候,摄影师不小心的配合,让我的助理不小心的拍到!

想知道剧情是什么,嘿嘿,我就不说,慢慢和大家分享更多照片!

不过记得一定要收看这个星期天,晚上8点, 8频道的《皇帽瑞狮喜迎虎》- 说不出的爱!

Old-school Toy Holga

I received a Holga 120 CGFN last Christmas from Hong Kong!
If you’re wondering what the alphabets mean, it just means that this camera comes with colour flash and a glass lens. I’m a newbie when it comes to Holga, having no idea how to properly load the film and snap the photo, much less how to make full use of the colour flash and glass lens. I hope to get better after an online tutorial!

There are many different types of Holga cameras and it started off as a boring black, inexpensive, 120 medium-format toy film camera. Haha, but the one I got look like this:

This is how it looks when the back is popped. Notice the spool is rather long? That’s because this is a medium-format camera, so it doesn’t use the regular 35mm film. This also means the photo processing fee is slightly more expensive. More than S$1 per piece!

Now here are some photos my assistant and I took separately on this camera. Although I could take a maximum of 12 photos, only 7 turned out. The rest were underexposed. With the 7, there’s a bit of overlapping because we didn’t know how much to wind the camera before taking the next shot. But that’s the beauty of film cameras, you don’t have the luxury of checking the image once it’s taken, so it’ll always be a surprise!

That's me on the 梅花桩, holding on to the lion's head.

That's the stunt coordinator “阿德” doing the somersault as my body double.

Here we are doing a scene from episode 3 of the Carlsberg Telemovie Showcase.

That's Terry, our regular lion dance body double!

One of the rare moments he's actually smiling to the camera.

There's Adrian and I

This was taken while we were doing a scene in episode 2 of the Carlsberg Telemovie Showcase. "The Runaway Bride"