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Announcement

Goodbye 2019 Welcome 2020


This has been another remarkable year for us, it’s been a very busy year for us, and perhaps that’s why we feel 2019 flew by so quickly. We’ve reached new goals and met new challenges while experiencing the most successful year in our 9-year history. And we know none of that would be possible without our amazing customers and business partners. That is why we owe you, our valued clients, a warm and sincere thank you.

Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery is not a normal photography studio, we more like “memory-crafter” cause we not only provided images & frame, in our images we not only capture photograph but we also sculpture your precious memories inside the images. We believe by using our extraordinary photography techniques & great communication skill the images we capture will be in your family for hundreds of years, handed down from generation to generation. They will become a record in your family history and a treasure that will make you smile each time you look at the images.

On behalf of the entire Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery team, we once again give our deepest gratitude to all our clients that have helped make 2019 such a memorable year for us. We look forward to exploring opportunities and facing new challenges with you in the upcoming New Year. From our family to yours, have a safe and happy holiday season.

Best regards,
Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery
the most unique photography studio in town

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Portrait

Baby Meya 14 Days, Newborn Photos


Thanks for choosing us for your photography need, looking forward to see you again. Thank you.

Baby Meya

Baby Meya

Baby Meya

 

Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery

the most unique photography studio in town

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Commercial

Traditional Malay Food Beef Dendeng


Hello friends and family,

You may not familiar with this food but it is a traditional Malay food called: “Beef Dendeng”, it little bit look like chinese “Bakkwa” but the taste is totally different.

Dendeng refers to thinly sliced dried meat in Indonesian cuisine. It is preserved through a mixture of sugar and spices and dried through the frying process. It is similar to jerky. Dendeng was created by the Minangkabau people. At first they made Dendeng from beef, drying it so it could be eaten for days and bringing it with them when they traveled.

This set photo is we done for Dendeng Station, if you wish to know more about them, you can visit their Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/dendengstation/

Hope you enjoy the artworks. Cheers!!!

Traditional Malay Food Dendeng

Fried Satay

Beef Dendeng

Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery

the most unique photography studio in town

http://www.danielooigallery.com

info@danielooigallery.com