Thursday, November 16, 2006
It's been quite a while I've not updated this blog. I've also edited my previous post with some new info regarding the malicious email circulating lately.
Many has been asking to see my latest works online so please check this out www.davidchuaphotography.com/nick_steff_oct14/
More will be updated in our new website in 2007.
It's end of the year and this is the busiest time for all wedding photographers. So, please forgive me if I didn't pick up your call. Kindly email/sms me your name, wedding date/s, email address in order for me to reply you when I'm online.
In the meantime, do pop in every now and then, for new updates.
I would also like to thank all my clients and friends who has been faithfully supporting and encouraging me in the midst of all this email slander.
Posted by David Chua at 5:55 PM
Thursday, August 10, 2006
It's interesting nowadays people no longer value the importance of what is truth and what is a lie which might potentially hurt someone if they just conveniently press the forward button on the email system. Have our values of integrity and honesty eroded so badly? It's a selfish world today isn't it?
It's even more amazing that after going through years of education, we simply believe and even forward an email written by someone we never met, not-to-mention he could be a man using a feminine name in the email.
Recently there has been a slanderous email circulating about me saying that I collected her deposit but didn't turn up for the job. The fact is that the same email is sent out under 3 different names: Aileen, Shirley and May Fong. We replied the emails asking for documental proofs and contact details but he/she has not complied at all.
Obviously her authenticity is questionable since going to the small claims court or the media would definitely be more effective than staying behind emails with a fake identity. We have since lodged a police report in order for us to track the IP address and take legal action.
I have been a photographer since 2000 in Singapore and from my 1st client to my latest client, every one of them has a contract. I'll never confirm any jobs without a contract signed and stamped by both parties.
Well, life goes on happily as a photographer, for to capture the best shot, I always believe I need to see further, deeper and wider in every aspects of my life. Photography skill matures with you. Time will prove everything.
Posted by David Chua at 1:03 AM