Photographer Red Photographers

Phuket, Thailand
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MyWed member for
1 year and 4 months
Photographer Red Photographers
hometown rating
Ko Samui
7 place

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Phone number
+66 90 990 9148
Charge per hour
290 USD
4 hours minimum
  • First and foremost – whom can you name as the best photographer in Phuket? :)

    The one who takes the shot that differs from other best photographers.

  • Are you photogenic?

    No me but my daughter is!

  • How did you get in the photography industry?

    Unbelievable journey of love.

  • What are the most important components of a good photo in your opinion?

    Light, texture, depth and story.

  • Do you love traveling?

    Love it.

  • What do you like most about your profession?

    Expecting the unexpected in every photoshoot and how I can deal with it.

  • What do you like least about your profession?

    Being away from family when I'm booked elsewhere but home.

  • What will be the future of photography?

    Will be more dynamic by the help of film cameras and extracting true moments of stills from film sequences.

  • What is special in the photography genre you specialise at?

    True emotion in motion.

  • How do you handle criticism?

    Easily and kindly and put myself in my clients' shoes.

  • Are there any trends in photography?


  • What should be the criteria for a customer to choose a photographer?

    Photographer's style, image quality and lighting equipments.

  • What things are to be avoided when shooting?

    Avoid waisting time but being relaxed and focused at present time.

  • What details that usually pass unnoticed can a photographer notice?

    being 10 seconds ahead of the time.

  • What influences the value of a photo? What are its elements?

    Photographic elements (most importantly shadows & highlight) relevant to tone of the subject matter. Firing the shutter at the right time. Staying away from cliché.

  • What person can be the symbol of the 21st century in your opinion?

    Well, that's is the hard one to answer!

  • Who do you want to take photos of?

    The key is how to take the photo of the one that you don't want, and turn him or her to what they want to be or portraying the one who truly is.

  • Do you have any professional taboos?


  • Who would you like to shoot with?

    To me being adoptive is more like a professional.

  • What do you worry about, and why?

    Nothing. The more you be worried, the more you call the trouble to come to you. I rather foresee.

  • What is the most impressive moment in your life?

    The birth of my daughter. The best... and the worst, when a homeless kid was peeing by Bangkok's street and I was capturing his shot...

  • If you were a cartoon, book or movie character, who would you be and why?

    Well, this is the hard one...

  • Who inspires you in your life and why?

    kids, they do things simply and carelessly.

  • How do you define success? How do you measure it?

    Amount of good works and making memories rather than thinking of making more and more money!

  • Would you rather be liked or respected?


  • What is the biggest mistake you have ever made at work?

    Carrying too much unnecessary gears and accessories that I thought we need but they were totally unnecessary.

  • When you're going to travel, what do you take with you and why?

    Drone. I love droning.

  • Is there anything among your gadgets that you wish you haven't bought? Why?

    Nop. I bought whatever I need. Because I study before I buy.

  • How do you educate yourself to take better pictures?

    Repetition, and asking other pros photographers opinion about my work and look up to their work too. Teaching in my workshops taught me a lot too.

  • Whose work has influenced you most as a photographer?

    Almost all of them.

  • What is the one thing you wish you knew when you started taking photos?

    How to light with flash.

  • What do you want to say with your photographs?

    There is other ways to look at things. Positive ways.

  • What motivates you to continue taking pictures?

    Thinking creatively. Say what hasn't been said.

  • Should your parents have been more or less strict?


  • If you could go back in time, what would you do differently?


  • What about life on other planets?

    Possible. Why not.

  • Who are your heroes?

    Well, this is the hard one again...

  • Who do you have no respect for?

    I do for everyone.

  • What do you do in your spare time?

    Sleeping and let it imagine.

  • What's the side of you that the public never sees?

    That I came from under zero.

  • When are you completely satisfied with your work?

    When I finally feel this is what my client wants to see.

  • Do you believe in the traditional roles for men and women?

    Well, not really and I'm not sure what tradition you mean about...

  • Do you make friends easily?

    Yap! Friends are valuable.

  • Where would you like to live?

    Somewhere that I want to come back there again.

  • What's the stupidest thing you've ever agreed to do?

    Nothing I'm afraid.

  • Is there life after marriage?

    Maybe... I guess yes!

  • Do you have a favourite joke? Tell us.

    I'll tell you when I see you. This is the course one ;)

  • Do you like dogs or cats?

    Dogs... but I think even dogs can get along with cats nowadays!

  • Who or what do you hate?

    Nothing. Really nothing.

  • The best thing in life is:

    Making memories. The only thing will remain.

  • The most annoying thing in life is:


  • Is there anything around you that you would like to change?

    No. Its time will come when it's its time.

  • What would you like to change in yourself?

    Go to bed early.

  • What would you like to change in the world?

    Peace and being useful.

  • Can you give a few tips for photographers who are just starting out?

    Don't do weddings if you haven't done street photography.

  • If aliens come to the Earth and you are the first person they meet, what will you tell them?

    Guys please forget it and get back home.

  • If you are called to shoot a movie, what genre will it be?


  • Tomorrow I will go and do...

    Shoot my client.