Many of my photographer friends and clients asked me why all my weddings are full of touching moments and did I ask or pose them to create the shots?
I think all my clients are smart enough to tell if a photo is posed or captured in a candid way, aren’t they? Yes, I do pose my clients when I am taking portraits of them as I need to do the best for the brides and make sure they look absolutely gorgeous in my photos. However, for wedding day photos, I just hate staged or setup shots. IMHO, touching moments are everywhere in a wedding, you just need to have a correct mind set, experience and technique to “SEE AND CAPTURE” it. On the other hand, if a photographer just tried to create (or even setup) the moments all the time, with this mind set, he (or she) will never see [......]
Continue reading … … love is everywhere peggy.raymond
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I did several weddings at the Atrium room of island Shangri-La before, but I was really impressed by the wedding of tracey and danny. Perfect timing of the wedding ceremony with beautiful sunset light.
I didn’t met tracey until a few days before the wedding. Thanks for her trust on me and changed the rundown, the time of the ceremony and the setup of the venue, so that we could have such a beautiful sunset wedding
ceremony and reception: Atrium, Island Shangri-La makeup artist: polly of faces hk video: ken of simon.the.photo
beautiful wedding, beautiful light. At the same time, it was a challenge for photography with such a strong directional light
my fav bridal portrait of tracey. love the details of the veil very much
Continue reading … … a beautiful sunset wedding
– tracey and danny