A metallurgical engineer with more than 30years in mining, Kiedock Kim has experience in open pit and narrow-vein underground operations. Kiedock Kim oversees safety, environmental, and production aspects of gold-milling operations all around the globe.
Kiedock Kim is also an avid landscape photographer.
The landscape of San Francisco area is beautiful, with the land mark Golden Gate Bridge. In the Morning, the fog roles into the bay. The photo from Crissy Field (on Eastside of the bridge) looking out to the sea gives the best shot. If one seek to have a dramatic shadow of the bridge, one should head to Baker beach.
In the afternoon, as the sun shift to the West, the vantage point for a great shot of the bridge is on the West side on the Kirby Cove area. From there a drive down to Point Bonita Lighthouse is a great photo opportunity. Some of the TV ad for vehicles was shot on this road, with jaw dropping background.
Kiedock Kim is a metallurgical engineer who presently serves as mill manager for Veris Gold Corporation in Elko, Nevada, where he maintains responsibility for the safety and production of a gold milling operation. In his free time, Kiedock Kim enjoys photography and volunteers his services to church functions and friends’ weddings.
Photographing a wedding is a huge responsibility, and usually, the couple getting married has high expectations that the photos perfectly capture the special day. Here are a few tips for beginners:
1. Create a shot list: Meet with the couple beforehand to get a list of shots that they would like to see, and make sure you get each of these shots. This is especially important for family photos.
2. Assign a family photo coordinator: To make the photo shoots easier, have one member of the family be responsible for rounding up the appropriate people for the various family photos.
3. Scout the location before the wedding: Take some time to get a feel for the setting. You could even bring the couple along to take some test photos.