Girls just wanna have some fun...

A blog entry I owe pretty long ago. Another session with Melissa darling, and this time with my girl. A fruity turned into friendship themed session. I love, love working with kids. When you work with them, let them lead you for they know best what good pictures are supposed to be ;)

They've been best friends since they were little babies. It's so lovely watching them growing up together. I love you girls :)

zubye  – (11/4/10, 1:44 PM)  

Hi Milin.

it always feels good to see the beautiful bonding you managed to capture between these two lovely girls. beside the feeling, what i love to see in these are their beautiful hair.. flow with the wind.. and happiness they've shared together.

btw, regarding the frequent blog update, I think you're doing great.. betul.. it's not easy to maintain the blog alive when you have children to look after.. esp you with 2 children! When it comes to work and our kids, of course our children comes first! but I think you are making a good progress. Hang in there and all the best!

Way to go girl!

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KL Photo Award finalist Milin Kassim is a custom, natural light portrait photographer. She specializes in newborns, babies, children and family portraiture. Contemporary in her approach, Milin strives to capture memorable, heartfelt images of childhood. She especially loves, loves to capture family connections and relationships; that sweet love and special bonding family members have for one another. And she has a big, soft spot for children natural expressions - be it sulking, cheeky, giggle, shy, angry, curious, etc. Those expressions melt her heart in a way she could never possibly describe in words. With thoughtful attention to details, Milin dwells in her dreamland of picture-processing giving a special touch to each of her images; turning them into artistic portraits that she hopes will tug the hearts of families for many, many years to come.


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