This is the most extra fun fun couple that I work with so far, in fact I treat them as one of my close friends after a series of shootings and invited them for a party recently. How should I begin.. let me see..
I think we get to know each other via a local bridal forum and the first thing we discuss was on their Bali Prewedding Assignment and their actual wedding day. They are my first overseas prewedding assignment client who booked me for more than a year ago. I never seen such a couple who prepare so much details on their prewedding shooting from the location scout, transportation and hotel review up to local make up artist, gown selection for each locations. We meet several time before the Bali Prewedding. After the Bali trip, they decide to go for another prewedding shooting in Melbourne when they got to know I am shooting at Sydney. It was my 1st time seeing snow after 36 years.. the experience if you ask me? GREAT !! During my trip, I was down by fever and sorethroat. Both BT & Yee and her parents really took care of me and I still remember the smell of the herbal tea prepared by them. It was so touching especially when we are shooting alone in overseas and fall sick.
Well, enough of the history, lets talk about the actual wedding day. I shoot for almost 200 wedding assignment for the past 2 years and I never experience such fun wedding day at all. Not believe? see all the below images and you will know what I mean. Be Aware, 20 images, might take some time for loading, but I promise, just like the couple, it will be a fun fun experience.. hope you will feel the same too:
Shen - bro, i would feel proud if my clients have so many of my works printed, nicely framed and put on the wall like the 2nd last pic. good job!
Charlie - This is my first comment regarding your blogs. BTW, nice work! beautiful photos too. keep it up!
dmitri yakimov - Great job 🙂
Funny, live and pro-candid work 🙂
Winnie Chen-Head - I always love how you manage to capture the emotions at just the right moment. These are amazing shots – as always.
I remember the shot of the tea ceremony from under the tea cup. I always wonder when you get in those weird angles… but the picture always turned out great in the end.