Thursday, March 1, 2012

Indian Wedding Malaysia. Hindu Ceremony of Subash Raj & Priscila 14.11.2011

Indian Wedding Malaysia.
Hindu Ceremony highlight of Subash Raj & Priscila 14.11.2011.
Wedding Cinematography by Leonard Hon 7 Joshua Kok
Edited by Leonard Hon.
Song: Anbil Avan

南洋商报 NanYang Siang Pau Newspaper 人物志 "Leonard Hon"

"专业的婚礼录影师", 来形容我,个人会觉得比较贴切. :-)

写实主义的最高价值 : 客观 又无动于衷!.
当然对婚礼录影来说, 直接录影"直接影像", 没有手法与技巧的介入...相当难.
对于”美” 可以是摄影角度的美, 人物影像视觉上的美, 录影师镜头运作, 场面调度的美. 对与我个人来说, 可以感动到我, 又感动到新人的 有故事的”美”…是最有价值的.

投入影像工作十一年, 不算久. 把自己定位于”专职的婚礼录影师”是对自己的一种肯定.
梦想可以很简单, 能坚持的…必然有他存在的价值.

婚礼录影 肯定有它的专业度和市场价值.


Indian Wedding Hindu Ceremony in KLANG, Malaysia. "Madharasapattinam - Pookal Pookum"

"Cinematic" Indian, Hindu wedding ceremony of Prakash & Nanthinni. Wedding filmed at Sri Maha Mariamman Temple Klang, Thirunavukkarasar Hall on 19th Janauary 2011.

Produced by Leonard Hon ® |
Lovely couplei... a beautiful wedding .....and their culture is ancient

Indian Wedding Engagement Highlight by Leonard Hon
Indian Wedding Engagement Highlight. Kluang, Malaysia.
11.6.2011 Neelesh & Vidya.
Highlights of Indian (Hindu) wedding Engagement filmed at Kluang, Malaysia on 11th September 2011. Produced by Leonard Hon® |

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

"A lor Star " Chinese Wedding! SDE 19.3.2011 Videography by Leonard Hon

Kuen Han & Jia Jie wedding Highlight SDE 19.3.2011. Alor Setar Malaysia.
Chinese marriage:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Traditional marriage rituals
A modern wedding held in a Ming Dynasty format. Chinese marriage became a custom between 402 and 221 B.C. Despite China's long history and many different geographical areas, there are basically six rituals, generally known as the three letters and six etiquette (三書六禮).

Arranging the wedding: Before wedding ceremony, two families would arrange a wedding day according to Chinese Tung shing, make sure the day is good for wedding in order to assure their good future would not be affected by choosing a bad day of wedding. In some cases there may be no auspicious dates and the couple will have to review their chose date range.
Wedding Ceremony: The final ritual is the actual wedding ceremony where bride and groom become a married couple, which consists of many elaborate parts:
Wedding Procession: The wedding procession from the bride's home to the groom's home. The procession consists of a traditional band, the bride's sedan, the maids of honor's sedans (if there are maids of honor), and bride's dowry in the forms other than money.
Welcoming the Bride: The wedding procession of the bride's family stops at the door of the groom's home. There are ceremonies to be followed to welcome the bride and her wedding procession into the groom's home, which varies from locale to locale.
Actual Wedding Ceremonies: Equivalent to exchanging vows in the west, the couple would pay respect to the Jade Emperor, the family deities (or buddhas and bodhisattvas), paying respect to deceased ancestors, the bride and groom's parents and other elders, and paying respect to each other.
Wedding banquet In Chinese society, the wedding banquet is known as xǐ-jǐu (喜酒, literally joyful wine), and is sometimes far more important than the actual wedding itself. There are ceremonies such as bride presenting wines or tea to parents, spouse, and guests.
Before modern times, women were not allowed to choose the person they married. Instead, the family of the bride picked the prospective husband. Marriages were chosen based upon the needs of reproduction and honor, as well as the need of the father and husband.