Well, after a long few days editing, Photoshopping, and doing things the wrong way, I’ve finished. You’ve heard me talk about this wedding before, a couple of times actually, so I won’t repeat myself. Suffice to say this was my first wedding shoot ever, I was flying by the seat of my pants the whole day, and I lived to tell the tale. Here is a selection of photographs from the day. Once you click the first image, you can use your cursor/arrow keys ← → to move through each image.
Late in 2010, I shot my friend’s wedding. I’d never done it before, but Arnaud trusted me because he liked my photography. I recommended a wedding photographer from Brisbane named Jonas Peterson, but his price was more than Arnaud and Liz budgeted for. Such is the cost of popularity (and great work). (As an aside, Xystros the Cypriot, our favourite KL friend who lives in our apartment building knows Jonas and his partner. Small world.) The task fell on my shoulders at a relatively less expensive price of free.
On my last day in Oz this Christmas, shot the wedding of my ex-boss and friend Arnaud and his fiancée Liz. It was my first ever wedding shoot, and let me tell you, it’s no picnic in the park[1. Flying to Sydney from Melbourne in the morning, driving an hour down to Wollongong, shooting for six or seven hours, driving back to Sydney, flying back to Melbourne, and then flying home to Kuala Lumpur in one day doesn’t help, and is not recommended for your first wedding shoot.]