Before I was engaged, I always wanted Simon to be the photographer for my big day.
From the moment we decided to get married, one of the first things on my to-do list was to engage Simon as the wedding day photographer. My only challenge, I thought, was to convince my fiancé to also think the same way.
I guess Simon didn't know that I would like him to be my wedding day photographer few years ago which was far beyond the time that I was engaged. Few years ago, I have come across his blog and I just fall in love with his vivid wedding photos. I've been attracted spending hours in viewing his blog/ photos and was dreaming to be one of his beautiful bride one day.
During the whole day, we could hardly feel Simon’s presence. We did not know which position he went to or how he took pictures of us.
We bet that is how feelings and moments are truly recorded without deliberate manipulation.
Everyone 's busy preparing and pikki was having the final touch up. the room was dim in lighting, with very weak natural light from a small window. I might use flash in the room, but it would definitely ruin the mood. Even though the light was weak, the position of pikki was just right that she became the focus of the photo.
the american club in Tai Tam - it 's not a very popular location for wedding reception and ceremony because of the distance. I have just around 1-2 weddings jobs there in every year, not many. And in all the past weddings, I didn't know why most of the time, the weather were bad, it was either rainy or very misty and foggy. Having said that, I think I was lucky in Fanny and Johnny 's wedding this time, not only we had a gorgeous wedding, but also beautiful weather as well.