Choose your favourite styleMake sure you have chosen your wedding photographer by the style that you love. The photos you see on their main website will be the ‘style’ that you will receive. So if you’re after dark and moody, find a photographer that has a portfolio full of them. Don’t expect the photographer to
“I Love Him”I love people’s stories and I find that exploring them through my photography gives me so much pleasure. It doesn’t matter whether it is their engagement photoshoot, their wedding, pregnancy session, the birth of their new child or celebrating their family’s growth and development, I always try to make it a personal experience.
Lucy has such a clean, sensitive style of photography and joins us today to impart her wisdom!1. Research. Read online on wedding forums about a photographer’s method/style of work and their results. Ask around on blogs or friends to see if anyone has heard of, or used this photographer.2. Meet with your potential photographer to get a feel for
The first key question to ask yourself is “What would do I want my photos to look like?”– Fun, candid and relaxed, with lots of candid expressions of us with the bridal party enjoying ourselvesChoose a location that is really close to either the ceremony or the reception. Cutting down the travel time means that
Originally published on Polka Dot Bride 29th September 2009Today we’re joined by one of the bubbliest ladies I’ve met! Anni hails from Sydney photography studio Milk & Honey Photography and joins Polka Dot Bride today to share the secrets behind her camera!What was the catalyst for starting Milk and Honey? How did you all meet?I