After witnessed over 270 weddings, I became capable of just being a wedding photographer for the occasion. The well familiar routine and full corporation throughout the entire day gave me an ability of organising an entire wedding all by my own.
Kino & Paris decided to get married with only a 10-days notice, my task is give – a custimised full-packaged wedding was expected by 9th May. What is full-packaged wedding? It means all details are needed to be addressed by the deadline (10days): venue selection, decor ideas, service details, wedding gown sourcing and tailored, wedding car booking, wedding cake idea/design, bouquet idea, live band and music selection, invitation design, pre-wedding photoshoot and image printed, also being a guest/wedding coordinator as well as a professional wedding photographer on the day.
I have to say its alot work within the time frame but I managed to complete every single task with a design element all by my heart.
Time to share some of my work:
Custimised Wedding Cake Design
Pre-Wedding Shoot (from me off-course)
Those are part of Paul & Laura’s romantic, fun wedding session in Leeds. Quick thanks to: Laura & Paul for being great clients and friends; Joe – Videographer (who doesn’t fight with me for the best spot during the day lol) Laura (Laura Laura not Laura the bride) – corporate with me for all day shooting.
My mate Dave came from Sheffield today for a small video production. He recently appeared on the cover of BSA magazine Spring 2014 for his speech. Last time we worked together was over 2 yrs ago so its great to have some old friend reunion in Leeds after a while. The video was for 2 x physiotherapists (Kasia & Damian) to demonstrate the whole body stretch for rehab patients. White seamless with 1 diffused key light.
Time flies, I photographed Jacob back to 2011 when he was 4 weeks old. Now he is happily to welcome Isaac – his 5 weeks old brother to become part of the family. Jacob has transformed from a crying baby to a photogenic star. He is so natural and confident in front of the camera. Everyone knows its so hard to photograph the new born baby nicely, you literately have only 20mins to do it if you are lucky. Over 30mins they start to loose focus and getting tired. Technique-wise, I kept the lighting simple – high key with ring-flash as main. I also always leave enough negative space when I photography baby in case they move around all the time.