Underwater Pre-Wedding Session @ Tioman, Julian & Charlie

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Underwater Pre-Wedding Shot

Given an opportunity to shot underwater couple recently. A 3 days underwater shooting held in Tioman Island. Some shot i like to share here. Anyway the editing have to redo again, feel that the outcome doesn’t turn very good.

Another 2 more weeks to complete the album & editing. hehehe….

 

Julian & Charlie

 

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. BAPAK ITAM says:

    if pengantin lelaki use kain pelikat, terangkat tak hehehehe

    1. Nazir Amin says:

      Salam Bapak Itam,

      Itu bapak kena lar cuba sendiri. hehehe 😛

  2. manzlie says:

    marbelesss…..bravoooo

  3. Bryan says:

    Absolutely awesome pix 🙂

    But Tioman, yes, if it’s awesome beaches, deafening silence and exquisite lounging you’re after, yes, Tioman will deliver. In spades.

    But if I may just add a quick note to repeat Tioman visitors, or those wishing to visit its shores in the future.

    Since we go to Tioman quite regularly, we’re seeing more and more travellers, especially from overseas, arriving at the Mersing jetty too late to catch their ferry, because it’s full. Some even told us they had to stay the night in Mersing. Obviously a bummer if your resort room is waiting for you in Tioman.

    I think the reasons for the full ferries are:

    1) The recent popularity boom Tioman has been enjoying.
    2) The recent rule prohibiting passengers from sitting on the ferry sun-deck.
    3) All other ferry types have discontinued, including the fast-ferries and the slow ferries, as well as the catamaran from Singapore

    All of this has resulted in a higher chance of passengers left stranded during the busy holiday spells and weekends.

    In light of this, my advice to those who’ve booked a Tioman resort, or want to go to Tioman during the weekend or a public holiday: book your ferry tickets in advance so you won’t need to worry about being stranded at the departure jetty due to the ferry for that day being already full.

    You can get tickets from the ferry operators direct, “Blue Water”, or from “Tioman Ferry Tickets”.

    1. Nazir Amin says:

      thanks for the tips..
      myself usually using tg gemok jetty. but having same problem with mersing jetty. suggest book the ferry ticket in advance, also ask the ferry schedule and check the tide chart. expected delay due to low water level

      1. Bryan says:

        Yes, those are good tips Nazir. Though Tg Gemok is quite a ways drive up North for travelers from JB and Singapore.

        But yes, the longkang is always getting shallower from the sediments washing down the river. It’s hard to navigate the ferries through without grounding, so the boatmen opt for high tides. Sometimes delays are inevitable. As a passenger, it’s probably best to relax and go with the flow 🙂

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