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  • Welcome to eGallery web blog…

    a gallery by Edmund Tham (one of the World's Top 9 WPJA Wedding Photographers in 2008). This gallery is an extension of our office and functions as a place to showcase our masterpieces. Beside that, this gallery also doubles up as a creative place for friends / photographers to gather and share their thoughts together.

    Edmund is a graphic design graduate with years of experience in the advertising and events management industry whose love for photography began during his teenage years while working as an assistant at a photography studio. This love affair blossomed over the years and breathed life to eGallery. Edmund believes that great photography goes beyond skilled hands and technical know-how. Most importantly, it requires an expressive mind, a keen eye and a kindred heart to grasp the finer details, thus revealing emotions that speak volumes. My vision is simple: to boost the level of Malaysian wedding photography making it on par with international standards.

    For further enquiries, please contact Edmund Tham at +6012 3166 995 or email us at

Why Personal Branding are Important?

As a professional business headshot photographer as you may imagine, I get some interesting looks after I explain what I do for a living. At networking events, friend’s weddings or just about any other social gathering where I meet someone new I get the typical reaction of bewilderment along with the often-repeated questions of “that’s your whole job? You don’t do weddings or family photos?!”. This is usually followed by a lot of questions related to how I can have an entire photography studio dedicated to corporate portraits and why it’s so important to so many people.

Digital Era

We have now entered a time where you are most likely going to meet someone online before ever seeing them in person, if you meet them in person at all. You want their impression to reflect on you positively rather than neutral or negatively. Putting a face to a name also gives a more human connection between yourself and others alleviating some of the cold impersonality digital interactions lend themselves to. If your photo is going to play this role, you need it to be high quality and reflect on you positively.


As much as we want to believe that people look for the good in others and what is on the inside counts most, we must be realistic. Those who look the most put together and attractive get the most attention. It is a sad reality but it’s been shown through scientific studies. A professional portrait will help you because a highly skilled photographer will work with you to get your best angles and poses so you can put your best face forward.

Stand Out in a Crowd

In a crowded market, you want to stand out. Where ever your photo is displayed, you will want to show a high-quality portrait; it will instantly put you at an advantage over those who used a cellphone snap or an outdated cheesy portrait.

You want to Look Professional

Your portrait should reflect your industry standard. If you are a lawyer in Toronto, a cellphone portrait certainly won’t cut it. Same goes with Professors, Realtors, Accountants, Executives, and Medical Professionals. Looking professional means hiring professionals. If you want to give others confidence in your business, it means showing you are professional in all aspects.

Customers and Employers Care About your Profile Photo.

When both job hunting and trying to close the deal with new clients, how well you present yourself matters, you want to give the impression that you take pride in yourself and that you know what quality means and that going the extra mile makes a difference. Presenting yourself half-heartedly or semi-professionally can impact how much trust a potential employer or a client has for you.

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