This came in the other day after a pretty long wait, a Sam’s Club’s 6×8″ Photo Book with a windowed cutout in the cover. They have two other cover choices but I opted for the the cheapest option at $6.86 just to see the quality. The first thing you notice is, that’s an awful big […]
Caffeine and OctaneJuly 5, 2020 | Perimeter Mall | Atlanta, GA First Caffeine and Octane of this summer season because of well, you know… So it was fun to be able to actually go out and take pictures (and afterwards eat good food!) Stars of the show in my opinion were: the Koenigsegg Regera […]
I’m still waiting for my other prints, but here’s what came in the other day: a mousepad, an 8×10″ puzzle and 50 free prints. (It seems the drawback for Sam’s Club Free Shipping on all photo print items is that I have to wait a very long time. 7-14 business days is a bit frustrating […]
Hello everyone, I got these in the other day, 8×8″ Lay Flat Premium Photo Books from Sam’s Club. These are essentially smaller more portable versions of the 12×12″ books that I order through Costco. In fact they are printed at the same Fujifilm plant in SC. It’s just odd that Costco doesn’t offer this size […]
Hello everyone, these came in yesterday, a new product offered by Sam’s club: 4×6″ Lay Flat Mini Photo Books starting at $6.86! I designed a few so I could get a feel of the interface and of course see how the print quality is. Here are some of my initial thoughts. Notes: Very nice sturdy […]
Hi there everyone I decided to try some of Sam’s Club’s photo print items. I’m still using Costco for my big books and other photographic prints, but Sam’s Club actually offers a bunch more items in different sizes and options. So like most things in life, it’s useless to argue one brand over another, if […]
As y’all know from my past posts, I’m a big fan of the 12×12″ Costco photobooks. Since I’m sitting at home all day everyday in 2020 thus far, I’ve occupied my time organizing my various visual work (i.e. digital photo hoarding) ;). I thought it would be nice to make some calendars, just to see […]
Today I made a “fake” Travel Magazine featuring Lao/Thai/Khmer New Year!! Alas, this year there’s nothing of the sort. Oh well, hope everyone is sitting safe in their homes watching some good movies.
My “Fake” Lifestyle/Girl Magazine! Again, every photo except one was by me. All editing and layout by me. Again, just practicing some design while under the countrywide quarantine here in the U.S. (I sure do hope all of the restaurants depicted are still around after all this is over)
Another Design Project I gave myself, make some “fake” Fashion Magazines! Again, all the photos and design by me, shamelessly copying the elegant and simple magazines I thumbed through when I was younger.
I hope everyone is doing okay during the pandemic and quarantine. I renewed the domain name and hosting for my website the other day, and realized I’ve had it for 17 years now. Crazy. In all that time never thought the world would be under these unique circumstances. Anyways, I’ve been giving myself different creative […]
Well, with all that’s going on in the world right now, at least it’s looking really pretty out there… 🙃
Lao Asian Community Services of Georgia4th Annual Fundraising Event Santa Fe Ballroom | Duluth, GA | March 14, 2020 facebook.com/lacsga.org Featuring: Mod Daeng Jiraporn, Spencer, Toula, Ta Event Coverage by: Boon Vong and Ek Vong Bonus Video Clips!
March 7. 2020 | Monroe, GA It sure was brisk this morning for the volleyball tournament, but glad I got up early and made it out to Monroe. Everyone was competitive and the spikes were serious. Hopefully this is the last cold day for “winter” in Georgia, as the spring forward time switch is Sunday. […]
Congrats to the Chin Burmese Community of Atlanta for organizing such a fun event! This was my first time attending, as I’ve missed it every single year. It was really neat to be able to document this for one of the newest refugee immigrant communities here in Atlanta. I started off life in the U.S. […]
One way I get through our wacky Georgia winters is that I mess around with my various oddball camera and lens combos. The Nikon 105mm 1.4E is my main portrait lens that lives on my Nikon bodies, but for this quick Sunday hangout, I thought it would be fun to see what it can do […]
I’ve had a couple of these ~$35 LED lights in my bag for a few years now, but never thought to do a post about them. Back many years ago, when we made/converted a ceiling light into a panel, it was a novel and simple idea, but the technology has definitely improved and come down […]
The weather here in Georgia can be so weird. After 70 degree days, rain, and floods, we had a short but amazing snowfall on the morning of Sat February 8, 2020! Luckily none of it turned to ice on the roads and we got a nice backdrop for yet another spontaneous photo/food adventure!
Big thanks to Sigma Japan for listing me next to other talented creatives that use Sigma cameras and lenses! (I screen captured the Japanese language one because it looks so cool!) 🙂 Here’s the link to the english version: https://www.sigma-sein.com/en/neighbors/BoonVong/
Miss Vietnam Georgia and Lunar New Year | January 26, 2020 | Space Ballroom Norcross, GAVietnamese American Association of Georgia www.vac-ga.orgEvent Photography by Boon Vong (& Friends!) 🙂 Thanks for making it this far! 🙂 I wasn’t there the entire day so I missed two outfits and the fashion show, but these were the good […]
Hong Kong Association of Atlanta | January 23, 2010 | Georgia Aquarium A few from last night’s great event, celebrating the Lunar New Year (of the Rat!) with a diverse crowd at the Georgia Aquarium. Event Photography by Boon Vong & Phalatda TaysavangContact for Rates and Info on how we can help with your marketing/event […]
TEA Walk | October 12, 2019 | Doraville, GA Hosted and Organized by CPACSCenter for Pan Asian Community Services Here’s another event from last year that I finally got around to editing/posting. These were the photos I managed to get before running off to something else! 😉
I am finally getting around to editing my Dragon Con photos (5 months later!) 😀 That was it for a fun first day! Dinner was Naan and Curry!! Day 2 (the Parade) Pictures coming up next!
Here are the actual images shot with the combo pictured above: Totally unrelated to the above, but here are some examples from figure drawing in Alpharetta the other night (also shot with the 35mm on the RP). I’m really out of practice, and jumped into drawing without even holding a piece of charcoal for like […]
Hello everyone, this is the first time I’ve done this, which is a super long chronological photo blog about the year 2019. I didn’t want to call it “Best of…” because most of the images that I picked weren’t the typical moody/artistic/semi-pretentious modeling portraits! 😉 No, I chose the ones that were a bit off, […]