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sydney 22-Apr-2008 02:02
hello, very nice and amazing pictures u have here!


Guest 21-Apr-2008 17:45
Excellent galleries, full of great compositions and colors. Keep up the good work!

Happy shooting.
ZOE 17-Oct-2007 05:36
Hey. great pictures you have=)
Guest 09-Oct-2007 11:35
i love your wedding work. great work !
Photo Paul18-Sep-2007 13:25
I love your portrait work. I spend a lot lof time in Bangkok (with my wife). And just love Asian beuty it was made for the camera. Salut!
Guest 15-Jun-2007 11:05
One of the best photo collections here.
Chon Chat Tock08-Mar-2007 14:31
Thank you for the great comments everyone. This will inspire me to work harder and produce better pictures.
Guest 07-Mar-2007 15:12
You're truly in a class of your own.
Guest 02-Jan-2007 05:20
You are abosolutely a great photographer. I really enjoyed viewing your model shots. Great jobs !
Guest 23-Oct-2006 03:00
its great jop please keep it up
chua yong siang 08-Aug-2006 16:21
Hi the photos are great well done hope more pictures on the way.
Chon Chat Tock23-Jan-2005 10:41
Dear Kelvin, fortunately, Angsana and Banyan Tree Maldives are not very much affected by the Tsunami. God bless!

As for the portfolio of the models, I'm sorry I have to protect them, as they're for agency and models' personal viewing only.
Chon Chat Tock23-Jan-2005 10:40
Dear Peter, thank you for visiting my gallery, and much thanks for appreciating my pictures. I'll definitely drop by to pay you a visit at your gallery. However, I'm doing a photography project for a model now, so may have to hang on a while before you'll hear from me. Sorry about that.
Kelvin 20-Jan-2005 17:23
i like your photos, especially maldives, the tsunami what a waste but how come some are password protected? portfolios? can i view them?
Peter Chou19-Jan-2005 04:00
Love your photos on Little India! If you are free, do drop by my humble gallery and I appreciate all comments and advices.
Chon Chat Tock21-Dec-2004 12:09
Thanx for the compliment. Glad you like the pics YanZai. For wedding photography, you'll need alertness and sharp eyes to catch the angle you want. You also need some stamina cos you'll be following the couple (especially the bride) like her shadow.

For the bw thingy, you need to have a good understanding of Photoshop layering before you can do it. Read up and you'll know how to do it.
Yanzai 21-Dec-2004 11:22
I love those photos you taken for the wedding. I am interested in taking wedding photos so do you have any trips for taking good wedding photos. I am wondering how you manage to make the whole photo W&B less one or two object in colour. Mind to teach me how you did it?
Chon Chat Tock22-Jul-2004 13:29
Thanx Subbu. Glad you like the pics. Please keep coming back for more, as I'll be uploading pics when I've taken new photos. You may like to forward my webpage to the rest of the guys in your office and friends. Thanks much and enjoy!
subbu 22-Jul-2004 12:43
Hey Chon Chat,

Great photography! Hope to see some more pics.

Robert03-Jul-2004 14:55
Your photos are great. Saw so many bad ones on Clubsnap! My gallery is here: Robert
Chon Chat Tock09-Mar-2004 03:45
Thanx. Keep coming back for more as I still have a lot of pics not posted yet.
Jasmine Ng Li Lian 09-Mar-2004 01:54
Hi, It great picture and nice scenery. Keep it up (@_*)
Chon Chat Tock06-Mar-2004 01:55
Then your shots are much clearer than mine, despite we all having the same glass (28-135 IS USM and 75-300 USM). I find the 28-135 pictures a bit too soft, although it's a great lens for general photography.

I've been tempted to get the 50mm f/1.8. How much did you pay for that in your home town?
Guest 05-Mar-2004 18:03

Hi Chon Chat :)

Thanks for the compliment of your visit too. No, I don't do much USM. I like, wherever I think it possible, to let the camera speak for itself. I like the 28-135 and have had some happy results with it, as with the 18-55mm, 75-300mm & 50mm f/1.8. We'd all like some L glasses eh? Maybe one day ...

Keep in touch, and happy shooting.

Chon Chat Tock28-Feb-2004 12:28
This is my first trial on PBase. It's a great site for pictures viewing. Hope you like the photos I've taken and uploaded. Please take your time to view them and give me your comments, good or bad.