I photographed this wedding last Saturday of Erin & Mick. Caroline Gorka followed me around for the day, but unfortunately I haven’t had the time to look at her photos yet. I don’t usually edit photos this quickly for a wedding, but I’ve got to clear my backlog as I’m leaving for a wedding in Bali next week.. YAY!…
Anyway…Erin and Mick were a great couple, easy to get along with and very fun loving. I tried my best to bring these qualities in them out in the photos. The location of the wedding was the zoo, so we got to wander around the zoo all by ourselves for about 35min (yep, another rushed location shoot) before ending up at a really really lovely Japanese themed cherry blossom garden. We timed it right so that the lighting from the setting sun was intensely warm and you can see this i
Whilst in Perth to shoot Jess & Luke’s wedding (I’ll put it up sometime soon), I managed to fit three e-shoots while I was there – yes, it was a very busy week! The three couples; Kat & Marcus, Michelle & Bern and Jasmina & Darren were wonderful and we managed to get some great shots from a variety of locations around Perth.
For the techies out there, the South Perth foreshore and Hyde Park shoot were with natural/ambient light, and the beach shoot was a mix of ambient and flash light.
This turned out to be a wonderful wedding with a very unique backdrop and perfect lighting conditions that greatly favoured photography. We not only had a Tiger Moth plane as a backdrop, but also a warm sunset and rainbow as well – how lucky was that!?
My second photographer for the day was Daniel, and he did a wonderful job in capturing the candid moments with a longer lens. As such, a number of these following images are his and I’d like to thank him for helping out during the day.