Monochrome series

"Black and white photography removes any distraction of color and helps the viewer focus on other aspects of the photographs, such as the subject, the textures, shapes and patterns, and the compositions"
- chanced upon this from a random article

Take a look at some of the photographs below taken and edited by Gwen in the monochrome series.

You can try using your own imagination - how do you feel from each photograph taken?

A proposal night at Resort World Sentosa.

After a success of the proposal, there was some time for a short photoshoot session.

Solemnization day located in the East. We found a plain background and thought it would be a great spot for some shots. Can you guess if this is an indoor or outdoor location?

"Can we have a piggyback kind of shots here?"

This is such an adorable scene.

Sometimes we wonder what is being said whenever we requested "Say something sweet to her ear."

Father-Daughter dance. We can still remember the touching speech given by the couple on that day.

Lots of laughter seen from the couple during a proposal.

"Show me your favourite side and angle of your face!"

"We have never done a photoshoot together before."

Gwen has magical ways to make them feel at ease.

Hair and Make-up Artists at work.


Very peaceful day at Jurong Lake Gardens - we could hear the sounds of wind in the trees and the rustling of leaves so clearly that Gwen did not even raise her voice at all when she was quite a distance away from the couple.

When we say no peeping, curiosity and giggles come immediately.

It takes a lot of time for one to prepare the speech and the courage to say it out.

With that, seeing the tears from Xin Yi in this photograph still, warm our hearts up till now...

(Insert smiling face with heart-shaped eyes emoji)

Pursuit of happiness.

"Everything I see, returns to you somehow. Everything I feel, returns to you somehow."

Simple joys.

Splendid view.

You must have love in such a way that the person you love feels free.

After scrolling through all the photographs, do you think they will bring out the same thoughts as you have imagined if they are in colours?