Sunraysia wedding photography with Jennifer and Anthony.
There is little to say about this wedding. Everything was perfect. Jennifer and her mum planned the event down to the very tiniest details. It was an absolute pleasure to work with them in the pre-wedding planning; then the day was perfect in every way. I guess the best thing to do is stop typing and just start showing pictures of this Sunraysia wedding photography event.
Off to a flying start. Visiting Anthony and Jennifer on Friday evening to catch some of the pre-wedding preparations. Already the cars have been detailed and dressed for the wedding.
There were, of course, dozens of other accessories for us to train our lenses on.
And then there was the dress. Beautifully crafted by the fantastic Steven Khalil, into a grown fit for a princess. This soft focus photograph demonstrates just how wonderfully natural light worked with the gown.
Oh and here we have a shot of the dress from the front. Same beautiful available light, dancing all around the room and creating magic for us to capture.
Plus, just for good measure an old-style formal bridal portrait.
Our first location, a beautiful private garden regularly used by wedding photographers. However, this was only our second visit. So I guess you could say we were like kids let loose in a candy shop.
Did you know there are 35 different kisses? I didn’t. And I have no idea what number this one is. Apparently, each different kiss has a different meaning. Is that what they are referring to when people talk about the language of love?
For those of you who know this location well. Yes, we did shoot the fountain and the driveway, plus the incredible walls covered in ivy. The above images formed part of a sequence of photographs, so instead of showing a bit of everything we decided to keep it to one series.
Gates and doors also speak a language. Robyn and Michael, the videographer spent a lot of time getting this gate right. New beginnings and all that.
Who says you can dress them up but can’t take them anywhere, the boys are looking rather dapper as they pose for a formal portrait.
Peering through windows can be frowned upon in some quarters. However, if you’re a wedding photographer, it’s worth the risk.
We just had to include the car. Needless to say lots of photos around this vintage prop and a big thank you to the men responsible for the safe wrangling of said prop.
When it comes to Sunraysia wedding photography, the job isn’t complete until the car shot is in the bag.
Thank you, Jennifer, Anthony, family and friends for a fabulous day shooting.