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An Afternoon With the Tan Family | Seoul Winter Family Photos

An Afternoon With the Tan Family | Seoul Winter Family Photos Photo

Gwanghamun, Seoul, South Korea: Lai emailed me from Singapore to setup a family photo shoot during their upcoming visit to Korea. Lai really wanted to document her three-year-old daughter Joelle’s travels but she had two concerns that were holding her back a little:

1. Would be too cold to take photos outdoor in late November?

2. Would Joelle, who’s a little shy with strangers as are most three-year-olds, warm up to me or spend the entire session hiding in behind mommy and daddy’s legs?

I get both questions a lot and the short answers are:

1. Don’t let the cold hold you back, the Korean winter light is far too beautiful, simply dress for the weather.

2. Don’t worry about the kids, that’s my job!

If you have time to read on the longer answer below can be useful if you’re in a similar situation.

The key to shooting in cold weather is choosing wardrobe that is warm, comfortable and cozy looking. I feel wardrobe is even more important in winter because you’ll be wearing so much of it. Personally I love lots of layers and thick textures. Wear a thick knit sweater, maybe a pea coat or something with fur (fake or from non endangered animals of course) over top and fluffy scarf. Keep the colors a little coordinated and neutral to fit with Korea’s soft yellow-brown-blue color palette. Note what the Tan Family is wearing, it works really well. The winter wardrobe can really add a cozy feel to family photos because you actually WANT to be huddled together to conserve warmthAn Afternoon With the Tan Family | Seoul Winter Family Photos Photo

With regard to shy children, I’m a kid at heart, I taught kids for 8 years (they didn’t even share my language) and I have a daughter of my own. So far I’ve never met a child that wasn’t all smiles by the end of our time together.

My number one rule is to let kids come to me. I do this by intriguing and engaging them in fun ways. I never vie for their attention and I prefer parents don’t try to MAKE their children like me either. It will happen naturally. I have many other tips on how to mentally prepare young children for a photo shoot that I share a week prior to my sessions. Feel free to contact me if you’d like more info.

My approach with Joelle was to show up early at their bed and breakfast so she could get comfortable with me in her environment. While Natasha, my go to makeup artist, did a wonderful job creating a nice natural look for Lai I took my time getting to know Joelle. Okay honestly, (I can say this now because it’s over) thirty minutes into being there I started worrying a LITTLE — I had made virtually no progress. But then 10 minutes later my efforts seemed to pay off all at once, the “shy switch” was suddenly flicked to “off”.

Natasha wrapped up and we headed out to Gyungbokgung palace. Between suckers, playing with leaves, hide and seek, piggy back rides, board games and chalk drawings we managed to get a great variety of shots. Check them out!

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Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre-Wedding Luncheon

Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

Seoul Press Center, Seoul Korea: If anyone actually reads the stuff I write here on a semi regular bases then they’ll know that I’m not a big fan of photographing Korean-style weddings.  Basically it comes down to the fact that the majority of the weddings I’ve gone to here took place in wedding halls which I found to be  kitschy, unoriginal and absolute nightmares when it came to lighting.  So when Vivian contacted me about a pre-wedding luncheon at the Seoul Press Center my body tensed up a little.  But as Vivian explained that this was just a lunch, not a wedding, and that what her a and Bernie were looking for more documentative type photography than the standard series of group shots I loosened up a little.  When she shared photos from inside the Seoul Press Center with me and I saw the huge floor to ceiling windows looking out onto Gwnaghamun I started getting excited.  When I got there I was impressed.  The lighting, a photographers first concern, was great, the staff  friendly and the venue formal yet comfortable.

Vivian and Bernie wanted to have at least some kind of celebration in Korea for their relatives residing here before their wedding in Singapore.  It was good vibe in the room as a few key friends and relatives went to the podium and shared some words and stories with the crowd and couple.  There were a few guests that I felt had particularly strong looking characters which you’ll see in the images below.

I love cooking, I love eating and I love taking photos of food so at every event I make sure to document what was on the menu. I’m so busy during shoots that I prefer to retreat with my meal into hiding.  I do this for two reasons; the first being so I can photograph the food under better lighting and the second is so that I don’t stress people at my assigned table out with my speed eating and frequent coming and going.  The food at the Seoul Press Center was delicious. My steak was so tender I could cut it with my fork!

Vivian and Bernie I wish you two all the best and a fabulous wedding in Singapore.  Let me know when you make it back to Korea again!

Sincerely,
Greg S

 

Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

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Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

Vivian & Bernie | Seoul Press Center Pre Wedding Luncheon Photo

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She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal

She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGyeongbokgung, Seoul Korea: Meet Gavin Chian. He secretly flew into Korea to propose to his girlfriend of 10 years.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoThis is Gavin loitering around his favorite pagoda at Gyeongbokgung Palace.  Actually, he’s not loitering, he’s standing in so we can find the best backdrop and light.  Gavin asked me to secretly photograph his proposal.  I call these “Paparazzi” proposals.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoMeet Germaine, the perturbed one in red.  She flew in a week ago from Singapore to hang out with her friend.  Germaine isn’t happy.  She’s been texting Gavin, a little disgruntled that her friend has hauled her all the way to Gyeongbokgung, a palace she has already visited, just to pickup something from a friend.  As you can see it’s cold outside too, especially for Singaporeans.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoLynn tells Germaine, aka Germ, to hang tight while she goes to get the thing from her friend.  With nothing to look at but nature and historical Korean architecture Germ opts for the iPhone.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGavin emerges from behind a nearby wall.  He approaches Germ, singing a Korean song he learned for her.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm doesn’t quite seem sure what to make of all this.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoMeet Bradder who shares an uncanny resemblance with Winnie the Pooh.  Germ once told Gavin if Bradder, their favorite soft toy, wasn’t present when he proposed she wouldn’t say “yes”.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm greets Bradder by touching his foot, much how one does when greeting a newborn… hmmmmmmShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoWith Bradder’s support, Gavin pops the question.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoIt’s a beautiful rock — we will take a closer look a little later.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm starts putting the pieces together.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoLynn has since become a gopro-ographer.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm realizes that the tall guy in the red jacket constantly taking their photo isn’t a weirdo stalker but is actually in on the whole thing.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGroup shot.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm presents Gavin with a gift, a gift I assume she picked up and was going to bring home for him.  My wife asked me a good question, where do Singaporeans buy their winter coats?She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGavin revealing some details of how all this came together.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoLynn looking after the real time stuff, Polaroids and instagram photos.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoOne more surprise awaits…She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoA stunning floral bouquet by Choi Hyun Mi!She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoTime for a makeup retouch in preparation for the engagement photos that are about to commence.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoThis photo will become the wardrobe suggestion I send to all future clients considering engagement photos during winter months in Korea.  I LOVE the textures and coziness  of it all.  I’m not sure how those flowers managed to sync so well with the outfit.  Planned or coincidence Lynn?She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoLynn’s Photo LabShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGerm rocking the ring and bouquet.

She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoI believe this was the shot that announced their engagement on facebook.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoLove love love shots of beautiful women in fur hoods.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGavin said Germ “has an infections smile”.  I’d say they both do.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoOkay I know we’re jumping around and that I’ve posted a ton of shots but I can’t stop, it was such a session.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoClose up of the rock – as promised.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoThe light was so amazing here, that’s why we went back again.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoJump up, jump up and get down!She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoA new group pose I’ll be adding to my repertoire.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoStunning light on our way out of the palace.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoSo stunning it was time for one of those “show me the pose you do when you ask a stranger to take your photo”.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoIt’s just a thing they do.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGroup Shot!She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGoodbye Lynn GROUP SHOT!She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoNo GSP engagement shoot is without streaky lights or people.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoWorking the camera with a little Christmas feelingShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoDetailShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoA pretty street in SamcheongdongShe Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoGood photo.  Suck-y cappuccino.She Thought He Was A Thousand Miles Away | Seoul Proposal PhotoI remembered to get the group shot!

Gavin, Germ and Lynn, I had a fantastic time working with you all.  It was such a fun proposal to be a part of.  You guys were so easy to be around, and open to my photo suggestions despite the cold and me often making you do stuff multiple times, then one more time… and one more time… and one more time after that.  I wish you all the best in the years to come.

Sincerely
Greg S

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These Waters Ain’t Still! | Korea Family Photographer

These Waters Aint Still! |  Korea Family Photographer Photo

Seoul, South Korea: The Waters wanted family photos for their annual 2014 Christmas card.  A few friends had recommend some local studios but Mary had her reservations about potential language barriers and overly studio-ish looking photos. Dave, her husband, suggested she do a google for family photographers in Seoul and that’s when I got a phone call. Luckily my Friday free up and within days we had a shoot planned out.

I showed up at the Waters 35th floor penthouse apartment near Seoul Station in the morning.  Talk about great light, ideal location and an amazing view, one that looked down onto Namsan tower and park.  Will (3), Cannon (5) and Madison (7) took a momentary break from their toys and games to see the guy their parents had been prepping them for over the last few days.  “Get them excited, encourage their input, and let them do pretty much whatever they please… if it’s not life threatening” was my advice.  Mary and Dave had obviously heeded this advice, in fact they had even sat down as a family and looked through my portfolios the night before to get their kids stoked.

Will, Cannon and Madison were all brimming with energy and enthusiasm.  I spent the first hour just getting to know them, having them show me around the place.  I learned Will is fond of his cat back home, Cannon likes playing his Nintendo Wii and Madison is working on writing her book.  Mary and Dave sat in the living room, taking in a little CNN as the kids and I bounced from room to room.  When we all eventually converged I was amazed at how easy going mom and dad were. Will was jumping off of everything, and out of his cloths and the other two were running around chasing each other but not one “NO” or “Don’t do that!” from mom and dad. Was is just for my sake?  Perhaps a touch, but it was clear over the four hours we spent together that Water’s kids are mature, respectful and know where the boundaries lie yet are given the increasingly rare freedom to explore, get dirty, roughhouse and actually BE children.

Eventually we took off the Gyunbokgung palace and explored the area on a perfect late fall day.  When we all had enough with photos the Waters family took me for one of the best burgers I’ve had in Seoul… oh and some of the best fries and calamari too.  It was a great photo shoot and a real challenge to narrow down the section for this post. Thanks Mary, Dave, Will, Cannon and Madison for giving me a glimpse into a day in the life of the Waters family!

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An Afternoon With The Kismuls | Geoje-do Family Photographer

An Afternoon With The Kismuls | Geoje do Family Photographer PhotoKismul Home, Geoje-do, South Korea: “We want to remember our time here.” I think every family I have taken photos for has uttered these words to me — and I couldn’t agree more.

Ingrid reached out to me a long time ago, after she saw the family photos I did for her friend Julia (photos which will be linked to as soon as I catch up on this blog). After a few setbacks on my end including a stolen passport in Turkey and a bout of the annual Korean flue we mine as well call near-death, I eventually was able to make the four hour trip down to Geoje-do on the south eastern tip of Korea.

Geoje is a beautiful island boasting temperatures that are on average 5-10 degrees warmer than Seoul. Its people are prosperous as Geoje-do is home to two of the largest ship manufactures in the world. I was excited, both about the shoot we had planned and to be returning to where I spent two great years working for Daewoo Ship Building & Marine Engineering aka DSME.

DSME had also brought The Kismul family to Geoje and they would soon be returning home to Norway. Thus, the Kismuls wanted to have some of their Korean life captured. Ingrid and I discussed many concepts and I’m really happy that we chose the one that kept us local. We met at the Kismul’s home, a super cool euro-style complex, where I got to know their two energetic boys Dag and Alf. We had a coffee, I played with the boys and of course worked in some photos around the house.

From their home we went outside to the playground in the courtyard and then over to a giant park where Alf ran into his good friend — a mountain bike fanatic! When hunger started setting in and we made our way into town for some Korean BBQ.

This kind of family photo shoot, the kind where you to experience “a day in the life of” a family is becoming my new favourite thing in the world. It’s just so much deeper than a meeting up at a park for a few group shots. I hope that I have managed to capture at least some of the Kismuls Korean experience in a way that will bring back awash of memories each time they view these pictures.

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